President's Welcome

Welcome! to the University of Strathclyde Sports Unions 95th year, which looks like it’s shaping up to be a great one! With the huge success that was the Commonwealth Games held in the City of Glasgow, the fantastic atmosphere and the buzz for sport is still present in the city! I hope that you are all still riding on the wave that was the Commonwealth Games and that it has encouraged you to get involved with sports here at Strathclyde! Whether you are a returning member or getting involved for the first time, I am happy to welcome you to another year of Strathclyde Sport.

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Lacrosse Challenge/Come & Try Session

Strathclyde Lacrosse Club will be running a taster session for new male and female players, no experience required at the CSR tomorrow from 3pm. Along side this there will be a free challenge and prize to whoever is able to score the most goals at the end of the session.

Come and try one of the fastest growing sports in the world!

For more information check out the Facebook event here.

Sports Development Evening - Tuesday 26th January

The Sport Union will be hosting an evening of workshops for clubs, volunteers, committees and any other students at the University of Strathclyde, featuring a key note presentation from Shirley Addison, former Olympic athlete and television celebrity – Battleaxe in the popular TV show Gladiators.

The evening is FREE to attend for all students and will kick off at 5pm on level 5 of the Union building, however you are welcome to pop along for 4:45pm for free food and drink.

Strath Dinghy: Semester 1

Strath Dinghy teams have  had a busy first semester

SSS League 1

After the first instalment of the SSS leagues, the Strathclyde teams all lie in very good positions to qualify make it into Gold or Super gold leagues. Very little wind on the Sunday meant that only 60 races were competed over the weekend, meaning the pool stages weren’t completed.

The Blue team only raced 4 races. Despite a bad start, losing to Edinburgh Blue they won there next 3 races comfortably all in 1,2,3’s