Bristol University’s gym will be running women-only sessions on Wednesday afternoons as of next week. The sessions will aim to create a safe, supportive and motivational workout space for anyone who self-identifies as female.
The recent national lockdown has swept a wave of boredom across university students, no meeting friends, no pubs, and no sport. Although it is frustrating to have sports taken away from us just as they were starting to get going again, look at this situation as a chance to get ahead of the curve
The ‘Bristol Uni Boob Team’ are currently partaking in a varsity challenge being held on Strava against other university boob teams across the country. The aim of the challenge is to clock as many kilometres on Strava as possible.
Students at the University of Bristol are developing an app that will make it easier for students to play sport together. The app, named Armago, will be launching next month and aims to increase participation in sport by connecting Bristol students based on their location, ability and availability.
The place of women in football is justified, so why is it still sometimes considered strange for women to show an interest in the beautiful game? For International Women’s Day 2021, it is time to challenge this perception of football being exclusively for men.