It’s going to be bleating brilliant.
How is Cambridge doing in the struggle against the dark side?
Light Blues taken apart with ruthless efficiency by an Oxford side who secured their fifth straight Varsity win on a cold afternoon at Twickenham
Join the Tab Sport team live from Twickenham this Thursday from 2:30pm for coverage of this year’s Varsity Rugby match.
Animal rights campaigner Lee Culley has pledged to protect birds from harm during the upcoming May Bumps.
The Athletics Team are offering £150 of champagne to the fastest 4x100m team. Who knows, maybe you can beat the Athletics Blues as well…
BETH SWORDS previews the Women’s Boat Race in the last crew-cial hours before the big day on Sunday.
Cambridge rowers will be confident ahead of this year’s Boat Race in pursuit of the BNY Mellon Boat Race, after weighing in at over 2kg more per man.
The Hockey Blues are on form for the third year in the row. FELIX STYLES reports.
£1500 are at stake for Cambridge’s varsity Cheerleading squad, the Cambridge Cougars, and Engineers Without Borders, a humanitarian organisation, help them win it!
The Blues adapt well to life a league up, winning 3-0 against Warwick.
HOCKEY: It was a good old-fashioned Varsity thriller as Cambridge took home the trophy for the first time in four years.
FOOTBALL: The Blues cap off a perfect season with victory against The Other Place, and Lemar loves it.
FOOTBALL: The Blues’ second-team take on The Other Place as the squad warms up for Varsity.
HOCKEY: The Blues take on The Other Place this weekend in a bid to win their first Varsity match in four years.
SWIMMING: Oxford prove too strong for the Light Blues in the Varsity Swimming, TOMMY BAJOREK reports.
The Cambridge Men’s and Women’s Water Polo teams settled their arguments with Varsity victories in Oxford.
MICHAEL ALHADEFF previews the glut of Varsity Matches to come this term.