The Oxford University Sports Review 2013 is now available online.
Current Oxford University Sports Federation President, and editor of the review, Madeleine Sava said on its launch today,
“I am extremely proud to present to present the Oxford University Sports Review 2013.
It has been a pleasure to put together and to see what Oxford has been up to in the world of sport over the past year!
I hope you enjoy reading this year’s annual review and are as impressed as I by what sports people of Oxford have achieved this year.
Good luck to all teams for the 2014 season!”
The review contains information about the Dark Blue sporting achievements from 2013, fixtures, results, club round-ups and some topical articles.
It really has been the year of the girls here at Oxford. Netball, women’s basketball, women’s rugby, women’s lacrosse and women’s rowing, along with many others, won their Varsity Matches, reflecting the nationwide demand for wider inclusion, and recognition of female athletic prowess.
Former Dark Blue rower, multiple Olympic medallist and World Champion Pete Reed speaks about his experiences for Great Britain and his thoughts on the future.
Andrew Willet, former rugby union Dark Blue, speaks of the loyalty, determination and passion that comes with and will always stay with you once you become achieve a Blue.
The magazine receives a limited print run but is available to all online free of charge. Browse the magazine below or view the online version on Issuu here.
Printed copies will be sent to partner bodies, colleges and senior members of the University in the coming week.