A number of University of the West of Scotland (UWS) alumni will be heading to Birmingham representing Team Scotland at the 2022 Commonwealth games. Two time Olympian, alumna and Badminton ace Kirsty Gilmour, has...
Commonwealth Games boxing medal hopeful and UWS graduate Stephen Newns is aiming to graduate to top of the podium at Commonwealth Games.
What a few weeks it’s been for former UWS student and football star Erin Cuthbert! After picking up her 50th cap for Scotland, Erin has went on to win the League and cup with Chelsea.
We find out about alumnus Neil Harrow’s globetrotting career as a coach and the recent tournament title win with Troy University Women’s basketball team.
A UWS graduate’s documentary of the remarkable rise of Livingston Football Club has become an online hit celebrated by the team’s manager.
UWS sport graduate Anton McElhone has been appointed as Head of Sports Science at Celtic FC.
UWS alumni Kirsty Gilmour and Callum Hawkins will both be representing Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics.
UWS engineering graduate Isla Mackenzie is hoping to fulfil her dream of being a racing driver by entering the 2021 Formula Woman competition.
Broadcast production graduate, Ailsa Kane, is documenting Scotland’s Euro 2020 campaign as Lead Video Producer for the Scottish Football Association (SFA).
UWS Sport graduate David Fallon has been appointed as Head of Development at scottishathletics, the National Governing Body for Athletics in Scotland.
A University of the West of Scotland graduate, who now runs his own fitness venture after shedding an incredible 12 stone, is gathering a huge following on Tik Tok with his no nonsense views on fad diets and straight talking on how to lose weight safely.
University of the West of Scotland graduate Steven Sweeney has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer at Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire (VASLan).
UWS graduate and Olympian Kirsty Gilmour has announced a social enterprise venture “to give something back to badminton”.
Join University of the West of Scotland (UWS) alumni and sports professionals at the top of their game at a new lunchtime webinar series to get an athletes’ perspective and insight into elite coaching.
Paralympic RaceRunner and sport coaching graduate Kayleigh Haggo’s superb performance at a Scottish Athletics Open event has been ratified by CPISRA as a new World Record.
BSc (Honours) Sport Coaching graduate Chloe Simpson has urged girls and young women to keep on running to improve their mental health and confidence.
Table Tennis star and UWS graduate Martin Perry talks about his career so far, getting back to training and his podcast series PerryPOD, interviewing well known names in sport including Paralympic Champion Will Bayley.
We catch-up with UWS alumnus Michael Gallacher on how continuing his studies at postgraduate level at UWS led to his appointment as Women and Girls’ Performance Analyst at Rangers Football Club.
Gordon Duncan, the voice of Radio Clyde’s Superscoreboard and an established national broadcaster, talks to UWS Lecturer James Mahon and BA 3rd, 4th and MA Journalism students about his career and explains how broadcasting...
Sport Development graduate David Fallon has been appointed as Director of Development to the Scotland Rugby League Board. David, who graduated from UWS Hamilton Campus with a first class honours degree in Sport Development...