Sophie Hahn stole the show at the 2017 Loughborough International Athletics (LIA) match as she streaked to a new T38 100m world record. Tearing out of the blocks the Paralympic champion raced clear of a
Loughborough men’s and women’s squads comfortably retained their respective outdoor team titles at Bedford, to complete a successful year of BUCS team competition – 5 of the 6 titles coming the way of the purple machine.
With the 2017 edition of the Loughborough International Athletics meeting drawing ever closer, tickets for the annual curtain raiser are now on sale. Taking place on the Sunday 21st May, the event will see Loughborough
Spring arrived just in time for the third edition of the annual Alan Bertram Spring Memorial hammer competition on Sunday the 9th of April at the Paula Radcliffe Stadium, with temperatures reaching 22°C. The competition
Jess Judd secured an brilliant English National Cross Country title with her win at nearby Woolaton, Park Nottingham. The 21 year old , whose third place finish in the BUCS Xc championship help LSAC win
Loughborough University students Morgan Lake and David Omoregie have been named on the British Athletics team for the forthcoming European Athletics Indoor Championships in Belgrade, the first major championships of 2017.
Loughborough led from the start as strong team performances in Sheffield saw them retain the BUCS Indoor athletics titles for a further year, winning comfortably on the men’s side whilst the women did enough to keep
Morgan Lake took a share of the High Jump spoils at the British National Indoor championships in Sheffield, tying with training partner Bethan Partridge for the gold at 1.89m. After a protracted and delayed jump off,
After clear cut victories in the opening three fixtures the Men’s Birmingham the men duly retained the Division 1 title, their fourth triumph in five years, at the final fixture in Warwick. Solid team scoring
LSAC’s Women’s team took their (and the clubs) first BUCS XC team title for six years with a stirring performance at Graves Park Sheffield. Spearheaded by a great individual bronze medal for Jess Judd, Loughborough’s