Karate kid praises university
Sports Coaching student Paul Lineham has secured three medals at an international karate tournament while studying for his master’s degree.
Student help sparks growth for electric bike business
Student consultants from Northumbria University, Newcastle, say they are open for business after developing a range of solutions and growth plans for scores of companies across the UK.
COMMENT: Great North artwork by Northumbria students at World’s most famous half marathon
Pop up art from two of Northumbria University’s Fine Art graduates will be installed along the route of this year’s Great North Run.
International rugby ace inspires entire family to study at Northumbria University
With more than 60 caps for his country in major international competitions, it’s little wonder that Scottish rugby hero Scott Hastings’ two children followed in their father’s footsteps.
Northumbria student selected for England Rugby World Cup squad
Rugby ace Rob Webber - who is a student at Northumbria University - has been selected to represent England at this year’s Rugby World Cup.
Inspirational African experience for new sports president
Northumbria University’s new student sports president has returned from a six-week trip to Africa inspired to get more students involved in sport at every level.
Northumbria University plays important role in developing sport in Zambia
Staff from Northumbria University have attended the first ever conference discussing how to develop sport in Zambia this week.
Football ace Alice Harkness scores first class degree from Northumbria University
Goalkeeper Alice Harkness has hit the back of the net after graduating from Northumbria University, Newcastle, with first class honours.
North East athletics star aims for Olympic glory after graduating from Northumbria University
International athlete Alan Toward is throwing his weight behind winning a coveted team place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after graduating with first class honours from Northumbria University, Newcastle.
COMMENT: The Ashes: sledging is ‘OK as long as you realise where the line is’
On the eve of The Ashes, Dr Paul Davis, Senior Lecturer and Research Lead for Sport Coaching and Psychology at Northumbria University writes for The Conversation on how cricketers ‘sledge’ to get under the skin of opposing teams
Gym steroid use has impact on memory
People using anabolic steroids to improve muscle growth and sporting performance are far more likely to experience issues with their memory, according to new research from Northumbria University.