Two Winning Students football scholars have achieved lifelong ambitions after signing their first professional contracts.
Winning Students swimmers were in fine form at this year’s Scottish Short Course Swimming Championships as they won 42 medals.
Winning Students hockey scholar, Charlotte Watson, has joined the Great Britain women’s programme on a full-time basis.
Winning Students badminton scholars, Adam Hall and Alex Dunn, made history as they became the first Scots to win the Scottish Open men’s doubles for 36 years on a thrilling final day at the championship.
Winning Students swimming scholars made a lasting impression at the BUCS Short Course Championships this past week as they won 57 medals at Ponds Forge, Sheffield.
University of Edinburgh rowing scholar, Josh Armstrong, became a triple world champion this past summer as he won gold in the men's quad at the World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Sarasota, USA.
Armstrong spoke to us about the challenges of securing another world title and what's next in his flourishing sporting career.
Following a bumpy season, University of Edinburgh rowing scholar, Lucy Glover, enjoyed an excellent summer, culminating in gold in the women's quad at the World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Sarasota, USA.
We caught up with Glover to hear more about winning gold with her GB teammates and her aims for the new season.
There was global success for our scholars over the last period, with a number of scholars representing the programme at World Championships and other international competitions.
Find out more in our latest round-up…
University of Stirling triathlon scholar, Sophia Green, is set to take on the world’s best later this month after qualifying for the ITU Junior World Triathlon Grand Final in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Four University of Edinburgh and Winning Students rowers enjoyed global success this past week as they won gold at the 2019 World Rowing Under 23 Championships concluded in Sarasota, USA.