Tuesday, 23 October 2018

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  • Mahamed Mahamed has sights set on gold! - Solent University student Mahamed Mahamed is one of the rising stars in British Athletics. After emigrating from Ethiopia in 2011, the 21-year-old has made a name for himself after competing in cross country competitions at both 5000m and 10000m. The British runner is on the high-performance scholarship at Solent University...
  • Solent’s New Sports Building - Solent University are halfway through the build of their new £28 million sports building. Located at the city centre campus, Solent’s newest facility has been built with the intention of ‘improving and modernising’ the university, as their £100 million development plan to transform the East Park Terrace campus continues. Will...
  • Positivity surrounds the Solent Kestrels, but where does the state of the sport lie nationally? - Team Solent Kestrels start their season with a 100% record, the only side in the Western 1A division to do so, so far. The Kestrels however want to go one better than last season’s second place finish and Head Coach, CJ Lee, expects his side to be competing with the...
  • UEFA funding could be vital for young women - Solent ladies first team football manger Rafa Citron believes that the increase of funding from UEFA will have a beneficial impact on young women’s development. UEFA recently released a statement revealing that there will be a 50 per cent increase in financial backing to its 55 members through the Women’s...
  • Fuller: ‘Unlikely’ that top tennis players fix matches - BBC Sport tennis correspondent Russell Fuller says it is “unlikely” that professional players inside the world top 50 would be involved in match-fixing. Fuller’s comments come in the wake of Ukrainian twins Vadim and Gleb Alekseenko being handed life bans after being found guilty of several corruption offences. This raises...