On Monday 16th October a number of famous names from the footballing world spent a day learning at Loughborough University as part of their UEFA Pro Licence qualifications.
England internationals Beth Cobden, Ella Clark, Hannah Joseph and Nat Panagarry have all signed on the dotted line to extend their stays with Loughborough Lightning Netball ahead of the 2018 Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL) season.
Red Roses Head Coach Simon Middleton has named an extended training squad to take part in a three-day camp in Bisham this weekend, which includes five Lightning ladies.
This week Stephen Bayley will leave Loughborough for pastures new after an outstanding spell as part of the Loughborough Swimming coaching setup.
Everyone has heard of Adam Peaty. But how many can tell you the name of the woman behind his success. Mel Marshall is her name.
Loughborough Lightning Rugby celebrated their second victory of the season on Saturday after a thrilling 30-19 win over visitors Firwood Waterloo.
On Saturday 7 October Loughborough Lightning Rugby will be looking to return to winning ways as they take on Firwood Waterloo at home in a 3pm kick off.
Loughborough’s badminton players were on top form at the Polish International at the end of September, with every player returning to the East Midlands with a medal of some sort.
Loughborough University student-athlete Sam Cook has been rewarded for his fine form on the cricket field by signing his first professional contract with Essex Country Cricket Club.
Loughborough Students Rugby Football Club (LSRFC) secured an emphatic 36-15 victory in their opening game of the 2017/18 BUCS Super Rugby competition, beating defending champions and rivals Hartpury RFC in front of a brilliant home crowd.