November 2022 news
Loughborough Sport extends partnership with Computacenter
Loughborough Sport are delighted to confirm that its long-standing partnership with Computacenter has been extended.
Lightning Wheelchair Basketball announce fixtures for 2023 season
Loughborough Lightning Wheelchair Basketball will open their 2023 campaign at home on the 29th January as they host Worcester Wolves in the Women’s Premier League.
Loughborough welcomes UK Athletics new Performance Innovation Centre
Senior colleagues at Loughborough University have welcomed the announcement of UK Athletics’ new Performance Innovation Centre, a move that will help cement Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games legacy.
Wiffen breaks Irish record as Loughborough dominate BUCS Short Course Championships
Current student Daniel Wiffen stormed to a new Irish record in the men’s 800m freestyle as Loughborough swimmers dominated the British Universities & Colleges (BUCS) Short Course Championships in Sheffield.
Glasspool appears at the end of year ATP finals in Turin
Lloyd Glasspool, tennis player and current Loughborough student, has appeared at the ATP finals in Turin, Italy.
Heartbreak for England in World Cup final
England suffered heartbreak in the Women’s Rugby World Cup final as New Zealand edged a thrilling encounter 34-31 in front of a world-record crowd in Auckland.
Loughborough University extends its partnership with premium sportswear brand Kukri
Loughborough University is thrilled to announce a multi-year contract extension with premium sportswear brand Kukri.
Nicholls selected to represent Great Britain for the Billie Jean King Cup Finals
Alumna and Loughborough-based tennis player Olivia Nicholls has been selected to play in the Billie Jean King Cup Finals as part of the Great Britain team.
Lightning football Head Coach steps down for new role at the FA
Loughborough Lightning Women’s Head Coach Issy Martin will step down from her current position to take on a new challenge with the FA.
Hansson wins silver at FINA World Cup
Loughborough swimmer Louise Hansson continued her fine recent form to take silver at the FINA World Cup in Toronto.