Entries by Sophie Johnson Read

Social sport on campus, Move for your Mind.

Move For Your Mind is the social sport programme that takes place right here on campus every single week throughout the academic year. The programme is led by our sports development team and we are excited to share that new sessions have been added to the timetable this semester...   What does it include? Move…

University of Hull 5k Running Event

Join us on Saturday 15th July at the 5k your way event were you can walk, run, skip, jog around the beautiful grounds of the University of Hull campus and meet a special guest from Team GB, the official partner of the University of Hull. The event is completely free and is a family fun…

Hull Sport Netball Tournament – Save the date!

Hull Sport would like to invite you to the Hull Sport Netball Tournament that is due to take place on Friday 21st April, 12-4pm at the Allam Sports Centre. Teams can be mixed and you can have up to 10 players per team. The event is all about having fun which is why we are…

Hull Sport Participation Grant – apply now

At Hull Sport, we believe that all students should be able to participate in sport. The Hull Sport Participation Grant helps students participate in extra curricula activities, for example sports, societies or Give it a Go sessions led by Hull University Students’ Union as well as Hull Sport led sessions. To apply for the Hull…

Indoor touch rugby league coming to Hull Sport

Indoor Touch Rugby league is starting at Hull Sport! Touch Rugby is a mixed gender, non-contact version of rugby. Our league is open to all abilities and is a great way of keeping active in a relaxed and inclusive environment. Also because the league is indoors, whatever the weather, you'll still be able to play!…

Great news for the Keep It Moving Programme!

Keep it moving is an exercise programme that has been specifically designed for amputees and is based on pioneering research led by the University of Hull to improve mobility and reduce falls for people who have had a lower limb amputation. The programme started in 2020 with just one session a week on a Wednesday for…

University’s new partnership with Hull KR

The University of Hull is celebrating a new partnership with Super League Club Hull KR. As part of the partnership, the University will feature on the kits of all playing levels, including the club’s Academy side, Women’s, Learning Disability Rugby League (LDRL) and Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) as well as first team jerseys, next…