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The Caesareans and Green Monsters met yesterday for the pre-C-Sunday weigh-in. Find out which side carries a huge weight advantage into Sunday’s fight.
Last weekend the Light Blue cyclists pedalled their way to multiple Varsity victories, capping off a spectacular season and reiterating their current dominance in university cycling.
Cambridge win their third straight Varsity Football match on penalties after a exciting 0-0 draw. Fergus Kent proved the hero by saving Oxford’s fourth penalty to send the Cambridge support wild.
PHD student Seb Falk is running the London Marathon in unusual fancy dress. ED SMITH finds out more.
Edward Smith from the Cambridge University Athletics Club is the Tab’s first sports columnist of the year. He looks back upon a hugely successful season for the club.
College second team skipper, Danny Chips, gives us the pre-season installment of his take on life in football Div 5.
The 2012-13 season saw some of the sports teams in Cambridge enjoy success on a unparalleled level while others came unstuck in the heat of competition. TOM BENNETT has a look at some of the best and worst performances of the past year.
Cambridge University Boat Club suffer disappointment Down Under, coming last in the annual Great Race.
Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club announce Esther Momcilovic as their president for the 2013-14 season.
Cambridge University Boat Club announce Steve Dudek as the new president for the 2013-14 season.
JACK ANDERSON had the opportunity to catch up with Sir Jackie Stewart ahead of his appearance at the Union last night.
Football’s coming home in the form of a 6ft7 statue of a Subbuteo referee to celebrate the 150th anniversary of football rules.
Fitzwilliam College round of the college football season in style with a 3-1 win against Cuppers finalists Jesus, reports JACK ANDERSON