Find out about the experiences of two students who have been involved in Kingston University's Volunteers Inspiring People via Sport programme.
Varsity is the day that teams of Kingston Cougars take on Surrey Stags in many different sports; from rugby and cheerleading to canoe polo! There is also a tug-of-war that takes place at the end of the day.
Kingston's Sports Performance Awards were kicked off in inspirational style with a talk from Martine Wright.
During Health Week 2013 we will be holding a series of free activities to promote good health and wellbeing.
We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Energy Fitness professionals (EFP) to manage Kingston University Fitness Centre.
Celebrating the achievements of atheletes on the Sports Performance Programme at our awards ceremony. To mark such an exciting year for sport the athletes and invited guests were treated to an inspirational talk from Sally Gunnell.
Kingston University faces Surrey University at Varsity 2012, on Wednesday 30 March.
The University will be holding its second alumni sports day on Saturday 17 March 2012 at Tolworth Court sports ground.
Kingston University's sports and recreation service has raised the bar in the lead up to London 2012 with the launch of a new 'Kingston University elite' level of its Sports Performance Programme.
Gain a level 1 basketball coaching award as part of the VIPS scheme (Volunteers Inspiring People via Sport) – for free.
A new era for Kingston University hockey as it establishes a partnership with Surbiton Hockey Club.
We have recently launched a sports volunteering scheme called Volunteers Inspiring People via Sport (VIPS).
Surrey Archery held their annual archery weekend competition at Tolworth Court sports ground.
We introduced a recreational tennis tournament for the first time, with Alex Trainor crowned as the winner.
After a close season, the top teams from each league met in a play-off to crown the overall winner.
Join our tennis tournament at Tolworth Court sports ground from 9 April to 28 May 2011. Funded by British Universities & Colleges Sport and their official tennis partner, Barclays.
We are proud to announce a 'feel good' evening of dance on 16 April.
Kingston University faces Surrey University at Varsity 2011, held on 30 March.
The finals night from 2010 held on 1 February 2011 brought plenty of action and desire among the finalists despite the long delay due to the Christmas break.
Join us for our free Health Week activities between 14 and 18 February to improve your health and wellbeing.
The University will be holding its first alumni sports day on Sunday 6 March 2011 at Tolworth Court sports ground.
The new Tolworth Court sports pavilion and upgraded sports ground was officially opened on Wednesday 6 October 2010 by the Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kingston, Councillor Chrissie Hitchcock.
The hotly-anticipated Kingston University Intramural five-a-side football league finals saw four new teams go head to head in a very closely fought set of matches.
Kingston University's Boat Club (KUBC) entered more crews than ever before for the BUCS Beginner's Head. And they did the University proud!
Join us for our free Health Week activities from 8–12 February and set your heart on the right track. If you join the Fitness Centre between 8 February and 8 March, you'll even get a free month.
Reigning five-a-side champions Compensated Pass were joined by two new sides – the Outsiders and Dynamo Kingston – for the Autumn 2009 final.
Kingston University is constructing a new sports pavilion at its sports ground at Tolworth Court.
Kingston University Boat Club's ladies' squad have progressed from rowing novices to the quarter finals of Henley Royal Regatta.
April 2009 saw the Kingston University Intramural five-a-side football league, held at Tolworth Court sports ground, come to a dramatic conclusion.
18 year old Tenesha Williams won her fight in the women's 60 kg category by beating favourite Jade Mellor at the British University and College Sports Championships in Sheffield.
The Kingston University Boat Club teams' commitment paid off at the British University and College Sport (BUCS) event that took place this March.
The Kingston University five-a-side league goes from strength to strength, with this term seeing the maximum number of teams enrolled and more on the waiting list.