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Girls, you can get fit with a friend and try a new sport during ‘This KU Girl Can' week at Kingston University (7–13 November 2016)

Girls, you can get fit with a friend and try a new sport during ‘This KU Girl Can' week at Kingston University (7–13 November 2016)

Whether you are curious to try an activity, want to inspire a friend to get more active or simply want to meet people, there is a jam-packed timetable during ‘This KU Girl Can' week where Kingston University female students and staff can have fun and get fit for free.

Kingston University graduate Asha Philip gets a hero's welcome after scooping Olympic bronze as part of  Team GB women's relay squad at Rio 2016

Kingston University graduate Asha Philip gets a hero's welcome after scooping Olympic bronze as part of Team GB women's relay squad at Rio 2016

A former Kingston University student was part of the Team GB women's relay team that raced to bronze medal victory at the Rio Olympics.

Top sailor makes waves at Kingston University after securing place on geology degree through Clearing

Top sailor makes waves at Kingston University after securing place on geology degree through Clearing

Navigating her way through Clearing proved plain sailing for international sailor Georgia Booth who just missed out on the A-level grades she was expecting last year.

Green light for new sports hall at Kingston University's Kingston Hill campus

Green light for new sports hall at Kingston University's Kingston Hill campus

Kingston University has been given the green light to create a sustainable sports hall at its Kingston Hill campus, providing new indoor sporting facilities for students. Councillors on the Malden and Coombe neighbourhood committee approved the proposals for the new building at a meeting on 7 July. Catering for a range of sports including netball, badminton, basketball and five-a-side football, it will become a central hub for the University's indoor students' sports clubs.

Endurance runner Susie Chan enters Guinness World Records' books after verification of 12-hour treadmill distance set at Kingston University

Endurance runner Susie Chan enters Guinness World Records' books after verification of 12-hour treadmill distance set at Kingston University

Ultra runner Susie Chan has officially entered the record books after her 12-hour treadmill attempt at Kingston University was verified by Guinness World Records. The 40 year old, who was supported by a team of sport science and exercise experts in the University's human performance laboratory, set a new women's world record for greatest distance run on a treadmill in 12 hours on 30 January.

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