News Archive, Category: Features

Customer notice regarding bike racks at Sports Training Village during November 2017

01 November 2017

Maintenance work will be taking place at the front approach to the University of Bath Sports Training Village during November 2017, which means that the bike racks will be out of use. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience while this essential maintenance work is completed. There are numerous other bike racks and shelters on campus that are available for customers, students and staff to use. Among the alternative locations...

Calling all University of Bath staff – join our new free weekly squash league

21 October 2017

Anyone for squash? A new squash league open to all members of University of Bath staff is starting this week, with the courts and equipment provided for free. Eight courts will be available every Thursday afternoon - four from 12.15-1pm and four from 1-1.45pm - and all abilities are invited to take part. Simply challenge another member of staff to a game and, after playing, input the scores through squashpoints.com. The competition will be run...

Supporting student-athletes – 2018/19 scholarship and Dual Career applications now open

03 October 2017

The new academic year may have only just begun at the University of Bath but already we are planning for how to support our student-athletes in both their educational and sporting careers during 2018-19. Applications are now open for both the sporting scholarships, with funding generously provided by alumni and businesses, and the Team Bath Dual Career programme, which provides lifestyle support plus free access to the Team Bath Gym and Sports Training Village facilities....

Aerial Views of the University of Bath Campus showing buildings, landscaping, new developments and surrounding areas. Main focus STV, Sports Training Village. Running track. Athletics pitch. 3G pitch. Taken October 2016

Customer notice – telephone outage on Saturday, October 21st

29 September 2017

The telephone system across the University of Bath is being upgraded on Saturday, October 21 2017. This essential work means the telephones in the Sports Training Village will not be working - incalls, outcalls or voicemail - between 8am and 6pm on that day. Could any customers planning to book facilities or classes please bear this in mind and either call at an alternative time or use the online booking facility. Thank you for your...

A first-hand account of how University of Bath can provide student-athletes with vocational and coaching skills

07 September 2017

The University of Bath has a proud history of helping student-athletes achieve their potential in both the competition and academic arenas. But did you know we also offer the chance to learn practical skills like coaching, sports massage, personal training and first aid through Team Bath Training & Development? The vocational courses, delivered by a team of elite practitioners and educators in the University’s world-leading training environment, are ideal for those who combine study with...

University of Bath student Jake Samuel (second from left) and his colleagues who took part in the Zambia 5050 charity challenge in August 2017

Zambia 5050 blog – reflecting on a wonderful week and an unforgettable summer of sport

20 August 2017

University of Bath student Jake Samuel is part of the organising team for the Zambia 5050 charity challenge, a fundraising campaign led by Olympian Mel Marshal and Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty to create sporting opportunities for some of Africa’s poorest children. Marshal and Peaty, along with their team, are undertaking ten hours of sport with children each day for five days at five different locations in the capital city of Lusaka and its surrounding communities...

Zambia 5050 blog – football, friendship and the chance to pick an Olympic champion’s brain

19 August 2017

University of Bath student Jake Samuel is part of the organising team for the Zambia 5050 charity challenge, a fundraising campaign led by Olympian Mel Marshal and Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty to create sporting opportunities for some of Africa’s poorest children. Marshal and Peaty, along with their team, are undertaking ten hours of sport with children each day for five days at five different locations in the capital city of Lusaka and its surrounding communities...

Zambia 5050 blog – Zamtime delays can’t stop a great day of netball and networking

17 August 2017

University of Bath student Jake Samuel is part of the organising team for the Zambia 5050 charity challenge, a fundraising campaign led by Olympian Mel Marshal and Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty to create sporting opportunities for some of Africa’s poorest children. Marshal and Peaty, along with their team, are undertaking ten hours of sport with children each day for five days at five different locations in the capital city of Lusaka and its surrounding communities...

Zambia 5050 blog – how I helped Adam Peaty swap swimming for basketball

16 August 2017

University of Bath student Jake Samuel is part of the organising team for the Zambia 5050 charity challenge, a fundraising campaign led by Olympian Mel Marshal and Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty to create sporting opportunities for some of Africa’s poorest children. Marshal and Peaty, along with their team, are undertaking ten hours of sport with children each day for five days at five different locations in the capital city of Lusaka and its surrounding communities...

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Applications now closed for these exciting posts

20 July 2017

We've been looking for people to join the Blue and Gold family in a variety of posts recently. The Sitec-sponsored Blue and Gold will soon have news on just who has been recruited to the posts of  Netball Manager, Academy Head Coach and an Assistant Netball Coach. Team Bath delivers one of the finest netball programmes in the country ranging from beginners through club and student activity to our National Premier League team. In addition Team...

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