June 2023 news
Abbey Hateley and Doris Greenwood Retained For The New Season
Abbey Hateley and Doris Greenwood have been retained for the new season
Loughborough Lightning Football have made a number of staff updates for the upcoming season.
Loughborough athletes shine at Under 20/Under 23 National Championships
Loughborough students enjoyed a hugely successful Under 20/Under 23 National Championships as six athletes secured automatic spots on the upcoming GB&NI European teams.
Kevin Lock and Issy Martin Depart
Kevin Lock & Issy Martin have left the Loughborough Lightning Football coaching team.
Loughborough alumnus takes on charity swim challenge
Andrew Donaldson, the Loughborough University alumnus, has taken on the ‘Ocean’s Seven Swim Challenge for Mental Health’, which involves the seven toughest and most iconic channel swims in the world, equating to a total of almost 200km.
King's Birthday Honours: Three sporting Loughborough alumni recognised
Three Loughborough University sporting alumni have been recognised in the King’s Birthday Honours.
Understanding Sweating and Optimising Hydration
With the weather finally warming up for summer in the UK, many of us will be noticing the effects of exercising in a hotter environment, particularly with how much more we sweat! It’s generally well understood that we need to drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and replace what we have lost while exercising, but as an athlete there are several other things you should consider to ensure you stay properly hydrated. Could refining your hydration strategies be the secret to your sporting success this summer?
The UK Sports Institute makes bold commitment to Para sport with Loughborough University
The UK Sports Institute (UKSI) and Loughborough University have pledged to collaborate in a broad range of areas and projects that ultimately seek to enhance Great Britain’s future Paralympic performance ambitions.
Loughborough Lightning claim their second Netball Super League title over London Pulse at the Copper Box Arena
Loughborough Lightning won a second Netball Super League title with a 57-48 win over London Pulse at a sold-out Copper Box Arena.
Superb Lightning win historic Super League title
Loughborough Lightning won an incredible second Super League title after coming from behind to beat London Pulse 57-48 at the Copper Box Arena.
Lightning strike and take an emphatic win over the reigning champions Manchester Thunder in front of an electric home crowd
Loughborough Lightning make this year’s Netball Super League Grand Final following an impressive home display against last year’s champions Manchester Thunder, beating them 65-59.
Lightning strike twice with their second league victory over Team Bath
Loughborough Lightning celebrated an 82 – 57 victory over Team Bath at the Sir David Wallace Arena in both team’s final league game of the season.