Tuesday 23rd May 2017,

Sports Headlines

Kickoff Euro 2016 with the help of WhereTheTradeBuys

Kickoff Euro 2016 with the help of WhereTheTradeBuys

As regular readers at Young Academic will know, we just love to get into the spirit of things and that is most definitely the case with the Euro 2016 festivities! Join in the fun and add some noise to your message with Where The Trade Buys Euro 2016 promotional items! With the UEFA EURO 2016 kick off [...]

June 9, 2016 Charles Whitworth Sports Headlines 0

Reputations Again Hanging By a Thread Following Outrageous FIFA Poppy Ban

Reputations Again Hanging By a Thread Following Outrageous FIFA Poppy Ban

I feel like finishing with a swear word, but out of respect for Young Academic I wont. But let us all agree once more, that Sepp Blatter and FIFA are total w*****s! [...]

November 9, 2011 Charles Whitworth Columns, Features, Opinion, Politics, Premier League Football, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, Student Portal, UK News, World News 11

British IndyCar Star Dan Wheldon Killed at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

British IndyCar Star Dan Wheldon Killed at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Young Academic can bring tragic news regarding the death of British IndyCar driver Dan Wheldon. The sport’s 2011 Indianapolis 500 winner and one of the most popular drivers in open-wheel racing died yesterday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. An awful multi-car crash on Lap 11 of the IndyCar Series season finale unfortunately inflicted ‘unsurvivable’ [...]

October 17, 2011 Charles Whitworth Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, UK News, World News 1

Seventh Rugby World Cup Finals One Day Away!

Seventh Rugby World Cup Finals One Day Away!

The 7th Rugby World Cup is just around the corner and in true Young Academic style, we have our finger right on the pulse of everything that is going on in New Zealand. The hosts kick proceedings off tomorrow evening against Tonga and we will be bringing you match reports and features on every stage [...]

September 8, 2011 Charles Whitworth Rugby Union, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, UK News, World News 9

Facebook Takes it First Step Towards Live Premiership Football

Facebook Takes it First Step Towards Live Premiership Football

Facebook has taken the next step in its bid for world domination with its announcement that it is to stream its first live professional football match. Young Academic has learnt that the social networking platform will demonstrate its growing social power following the revelation earlier in the week that students across the country will soon [...]

August 19, 2011 Charles F.H. Whitworth Entertainment, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, Technology 5

Ruthless England Seal First Test Victory In Style Against Wobbly India

Ruthless England Seal First Test Victory In Style Against Wobbly India

Young Academic brings you a match report come opinion piece on England’s brilliant win over India in the first test today. Editor Charles Whitworth has his say on the game and his view on how the rest of the series could pan out. [...]

July 25, 2011 Charles Whitworth Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, UK News 6

Student Owned Racehorse Tae Kwon Do Claims First Victory

Student Owned Racehorse Tae Kwon Do Claims First Victory

Some fantastic student news from the horseracing industry this Bank Holiday Monday as Tae Kwon Do romps home to claim a first victory. Young Academic has learnt that the horse, being ridden by top jockey Richard Johnson, is owned by a student syndicate called 'Students Love the Races'. [...]

May 30, 2011 Charles Whitworth Campus News, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News 1

Watch England Take On the Barbarians at Twickenham with Young Academic | Young Academic Sports News

Watch England Take On the Barbarians at Twickenham with Young Academic | Young Academic Sports News

England fans can now take advantage of a 2-for-1 ticket offer for the upcoming visit of the Barbarians to Twickenham Stadium on Sunday May 29 kick off 2.30pm. The game is part of a Bank Holiday weekend of high class rugby being played at Twickenham. At Young Academic we understand that you have all been [...]

April 21, 2011 Charles Whitworth Freebies, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News, UK News 4

Best of British Student Sports Teams are revealed at Saloufest | Young Academic Student Sports News

Best of British Student Sports Teams are revealed at Saloufest | Young Academic Student Sports News

Last week Saloufest, known as “the festival for every student”, saw over 8000 British and Irish students swarm to Salou for the biggest university sports tour of the year. Today Young Academic brings you all the results from the week’s events along with all the relevant information to make sure you’re there next time! [...]

April 15, 2011 Rachel Deer Campus News, Sport, Sports Headlines, Student News 2

Wales clash make or break for Capello as Terry’s captaincy comes under scrutiny | Young Academic National Sport

Wales clash make or break for Capello as Terry’s captaincy comes under scrutiny | Young Academic National Sport

The decision by England manager Fabio Capello to reinstate John Terry as England skipper raised eyebrows across the land, sent the country’s tweeters into overdrive and gave Capello’s critics more ammunition to fire in the Italians direction. A year after being stripped of the armband for his off-field antics, it remains to be seen the [...]

March 23, 2011 Bobby Gant Columns, Features, Opinion, Sport, Sports Headlines 4