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With the BBC Sports Personality Awards set to take place in Birmingham tonight, our own LincSport reporters gave their thoughts on who deserves to win one of the most prestigious awards in British sport.
WATCH the LincSport Show. We discuss Lincoln City’s and Lincoln United’s upcoming fixtures, as well as looking at the top national stories. (NOTE: LincSport reporter Kieran Hymus disagreed with the decision of FIFA and not the FA. Sorry for any confusion.)
The University of Lincoln’s Men’s Tennis team suffered a heavy 12-0 defeat by Leicester on Wednesday.
Written by Liam Ray The Australian Open ended with the most unlikely winner. Stanislas Wawrinka, the new Swiss no.1, ending Roger Federer’s 13 year reign there, lifted the men’s singles trophy.
2013. The year that had the task of living up to the Olympic year of 2012. As tough acts to follow go, it’s as hard as Moyes after Sir Alex Ferguson, the next Alien film in the 80’s or to be after Peter Kay in the running order of a comedy show.
This article was written by Mathew Shaw Rafael Nadal has climbed to the top after the world rankings after only returning from injury in February.
Be he predominantly Scottish, British, or European, the Andy Murray Story is a human triumph. Murray’s heartbreak history with tennis goes back way before last year’s Wimbledon, having lost 3 previous slam finals, set-less I might add.
Will Andy Murray’s Grand Slam win boost the popularity of tennis in Britain? Andy Phillips serves up his opinion.
Another great week for the university’s sports teams, with the men’s hockey and women’s football teams carrying on their great early-season form. Also, individual honours went to Jamie Powell, who excelled in golf.
It was a mixed bag of results for the University’s Sports and Societies teams this week, with highlights from the rugby and golf teams.