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WARWICK Guide 2010-11

Department of Physical Education & Sport

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Department of Physical Education & Sport


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Director’s Welcome

Director’s

Welcome The annual medical report for Warwick Sport finds us in excellent health. The ongoing financial crisis we are all experiencing has been weathered well, even though costs have risen significantly and membership has shown a modest dip, but remains above 10,000. Our success is best judged by performances in sports competitions, by the diversity and number of our courses and the availability of facilities to cater for the aspirations of individuals eager to be active outside of the club structure. We believe that we have been able to expand our offering with respect to all of these areas of our operation. Worthy of particular note is the fact that four of our clubs, rugby, lacrosse (men’s and women’s) and table tennis have all been promoted to the premiership leagues in their chosen sports for next season. Personal success has also been evident this year among our sports men and women.

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Facility provision has also seen improvements. At Cryfield five pitches have had a sophisticated irrigation system installed, permitting a significant improvement in grounds maintenance and a consequent major improvement in the playing surfaces. On the River Avon the patient Rowing Club members have been rewarded, after many years planning, with a new boathouse! Around campus new trim trails are being established, with an outdoor fitness centre and new tennis and netball courts near the Lakeside residences planned. Despite the recession, we are expanding our offering to our University community to make us the most active campus in the UK by 2015. Watch this space as we launch the ‘Warwick Active’ campaign later this year. We are also eager to encourage ever greater use of our sports facilities by our local community. We aspire to be leading the way in our region as the premier centre of sporting activity. Much achieved, but great opportunities ahead. Join us in the exciting future of Warwick Sport!

Terry Monnington Director of Physical Education & Sport


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Sports

Sports Officer’s Welcome

Officer’s Welcome

Hi, I’m George, your Students’ Union Sports Officer for the year ahead. Ahead of you lie some of the best years of your life, and I hope with it some of your best sporting moments. We aim to provide an experience for everyone during their time at Warwick; testament to this aim is the huge number of sports clubs, and the brilliant facilities, we have on offer. With over 75 clubs, I can guarantee there is a sport for everyone. Every club offers a different level of competition, a different atmosphere, and most importantly the opportunity to meet a diverse group of like-minded people who you would have never met otherwise. Clubs all compete at different levels, so whether you want to compete nationally against other universities or just play your sport in a casual manner, it’s possible – and the KPMG leagues give you the opportunity to play sport recreationally!

Warwick also has many brilliant facilities to offer to you, regardless of your sporting experience. With a 13m competition climbing wall, fitness suite, running track, pool and 3G playing field all situated on campus, you’re bound to make use of what we have to offer, especially given the fantastic price which these facilities are available for.

Throughout my three years at Warwick, I have been involved in sport on a daily basis. Whether it was training, competing or socialising in term time, or skiing in the Alps over the vacations, I owe my best memories of Warwick to the sports clubs I joined. With our full calendar of events, from Sports Fair and taster sessions in Freshers week through to the Varsity fixtures later in the year, I hope you make sure you don’t miss out and get involved as soon as you can!

George Whitworth Sports Officer

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As a fresher, I joined the Lacrosse club and it was one of the best decisions I could have made. I had no previous experience of the sport, but like most of the clubs at the University, neither experience nor ability are essential in becoming an active member of a club, opening up your university life to people of different years and courses, and a vibrant social scene (most clubs will hold a weekly social in the Union at ‘Pop!’). The majority of clubs also conduct sports tours throughout the year, which could see you end up on the beaches of Portugal and Spain or the mountains of France and Austria – or further afield! Many clubs don’t just focus on the sport either. Joining clubs often presents opportunities to fund raise for charities, engage with the local community, or earn yourself coaching or refereeing qualifications.

George Whitworth Students’ Union Sports Officer


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Contents

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Contents Director’s Welcome

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Sports Officer’s Welcome

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Contents

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The Sports Facilities Sports Centre (Main Campus) Westwood Sports Facilities Cryfield Bear Rock Climbing Centre

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Running Bear Fitness Suite

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Fitness Class Details

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The Tennis Centre

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Inclusive Fitness Initiative

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Membership Fees

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Warwick’s The Place To Be

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Sports Physiotherapy and Sports Massages

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Sports Development

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Sports Courses Programme

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Sports Scholarships and Bursaries

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Insurance and Warwick Sports Clothing

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Events and Activities

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Achievements

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Warwick Sports Volunteers

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Sports Clubs

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Club Timetables

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Contact Information

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Location of Campus Sports Facilities

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Travel Information

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Inclusive Fitness Initiative at Warwick


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Sports

Swimming Pool

Sports Centre (Main Campus)

There is a 25m, 6 lane indoor heated swimming pool in the main Sports Centre with limited block booking / lap swimming in controlled lane areas. Located at the side of the swimming pool is a Sauna.

Sports Halls

Aerobics Studio

There are two Sports Halls in the Sports Centre, the Main Hall and the Desso Hall; these are available for basketball, volleyball, football, badminton, netball and any other sports as required. Both halls have spectator galleries and electronic scoreboards. The Desso Hall also has four cricket nets for indoor training and a high quality sprung floor.

The Studio provides air-conditioned accommodation for a variety of activities, including martial arts, dance and aerobic exercise. The room has mirrors and a high quality sound system.

Squash Courts Six squash courts are available in the main Sports Centre, one of which can only be booked on the actual day required. Squash court telephone bookings can be made from 8am, earlier bookings must be made in person. Rackets can be hired and balls can be purchased from reception.

Activity Room A multi purpose facility suitable for a variety of activities including martial arts, table tennis, fitness training and yoga. The room contains a sprung maple floor, a large number of floor mats, 2 wall mirrors and 2 punch bags.

Equipment Hire/Purchase Small items of sports equipment, e.g. rackets/towels, etc, and all climbing equipment can be hired at cost from the Sports Centre Reception. Equally small items may also be purchased, e.g. squash balls, shuttlecocks, goggles, chalk, etc.

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Facilities

The Sports Facilities

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The Sports Facilities

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Westwood Sports Facilities

Cryfield

Synthetic Sports Pitches

The Cryfield Sports Pavilion primarily services activities that take place on the adjoining extensive outdoor grass playing fields that Vincent McElvenny stretch out into the Warwickshire Pavilion Steward countryside. It provides 24 team changing rooms, 2 physiotherapy rooms, 2 referee changing areas, large reception area and a social space. Cryfield Pavilion has extensive grass pitches available including: l 8 Football Pitches l 3 Rugby Pitches l 2 Lacrosse Pitches l 2 Grass Cricket Squares with 1 Nottingham Artificial Strip

There are 2 floodlit sand-filled, all-weather synthetic sports pitches available at the Westwood site, suitable for Football and Hockey. The pitches can be sub-divided into 3 playing areas; team dug-outs are on-site and changing and showering facilities are nearby. There is one floodlit Tarkett Sommer Pitch at Westwood, this is a top quality, rubber-based, synthetic grass pitch, suitable for playing football and other contact sports. Changing and showering facilities are available in the Westwood Games Hall.

Athletics Track The 8 Lane Floodlit Mondo* Running Track at the Westwood site, is available during the week and at weekends (with the exception of Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6.00pm onwards when the local Coventry Godiva Harriers Athletics Club has exclusive use). With a built-in public address system, the track is available for school, club and private hire (contact Heather Battersby for more information). Open to the general public. Changing and showering facilities are available in the Westwood Games Hall. *The Italian company, Mondo, are manufacturers of the Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletics tracks.

Westwood Games Hall Westwood Games Hall is a multi-purpose facility with a high quality sprung floor suitable for Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Badminton, Roller Skating and a variety of other sports as required. A viewing area is available, overlooking both the Games Hall and the Athletics Track that also contains a kitchen and serving area - ideal for meetings.

Tennis Courts / Netball Courts

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As well as the Indoor Tennis Centre there are 4 outdoor tennis/netball courts, which are floodlit.

Bookings for all the Facilities can be made in person at any Sports Facility building, or by phone on (024 765) 23011/23039/24734 or through Heather Battersby, Sports Facilities Co-ordinator, on (024 765) 24993.


Featured plywood lead and top roping walls – These 11m high walls range from slabby to vertical/gently overhanging and provide 40 routes from grade 3 to 7a. Bouldering – A dedicated bouldering room with a variety of angles. Includes a 6m, 80degree overhang, and campus board. Approximately 100 regularly changed problems from V0 to V11.

To ensure consistently top quality routes all route setting is done by a team of nationally and internationally accredited route setters that includes, Ian Vickers and Steve McClure. Routes range from grade 3 to 8a and boulders problems from V0 to V11, so whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro we have something for you. Competition wall – Having hosted many national competitions this 13m high, curved resin lead only feature, overhangs up to 6m and offers routes from 6a up to 8a. In-situ quickdraws in place on all lines.

Schools and Businesses – We have a number of regular school groups and local businesses who use our facility We can deliver team building sessions, or rock climbing courses to meet the national curriculum requirements. More details of courses are on our website.

Outdoors – We can provide outdoor instruction in rock climbing and/or mountaineering. This can be a first experience of the outdoors for individuals or groups, development for those who have already tried the outdoors or a mountain leading service for those who require it.

Contact: Climbing Centre Manager, Colin Little Tel: 024765 24880 Mobile: 07876 217974 Email: C.W.Little@warwick.ac.uk www.go.warwick.ac.uk/bearrock

The Bear Rock Climbing Centre is the Midlands best indoor climbing facility. The Bendcrete built facility is open to both members of the University and the general public. The Bear Rock has hosted rounds of the British Indoor Climbing Championships, and regularly hosts rounds of the British Youth Championships.

Lessons and Group Sessions – The Bear Rock and its team of qualified instructors can offer something to suit every need, ranging from tasters and inductions, through to kids birthday parties, lead lessons and performance coaching.

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Curved resin lead and top roping walls – Built using Bendcretes new state of the art curved resin system, these 11m high walls offer 60 routes from grade 3 to 7b, ranging from technical slabs and bridging routes, to powerful overhangs, pockets and cracks. In-situ quickdraws in place on all lines, in-situ top ropes in place on some lines.


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Fitness Suite

The Running Bear Fitness Suite Warwick University has one of the best fitness facilities for a research university and boasts an extensive range of cardiovascular equipment that complement free weights and a selection of specially chosen resistance machines. In 2009 the Fitness Centre became IFI accredited to encourage health and well being amongst all individuals. Having staff that are fully trained to IFI Level 3, GP and Exercise Referral, Gym Instructor Levels 2 and 3, BSC Sport and Exercise Science and UKSCA accreditation, we can offer a full fitness service from the novice to the elite performer. Our highly qualified, experienced staff are always around to offer advice and guidance throughout your workout.

Free Fitness Suite Induction As a member of the Fitness Centre we can offer you a complimentary gym induction. Once you have completed a Pre-Exercise Questionnaire a member of staff will ensure you are aware of our Health and Safety procedures as you are guided and instructed around the Fitness Suite.

Personal Training If you want that little bit extra then we can offer you Personal Training either as an individual session or in blocks of 5, 10 and 20 sessions. Our Personal Trainers are qualified to the highest standard and continually update their knowledge with continuing professional development courses in their specific fields of interest and technique. Whether you want a little bit of motivation, an introduction to exercise or specific sport training we are sure that you will benefit from Personal Training. Details of pricing and availability are available from the Fitness Suite reception desk.

Performance Weights and Conditioning Room Designed in 2006 the university offers a weight training facility that meets the training requirements of athletes, sports teams, strength and conditioning trainers and members of the public.

Free Personalised Training Programme

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If you need structure and guidance in your workout then we can offer specifically tailored personalised training programmes to meet your goals, free of charge with regular reviews, subject to availability through the Fitness Suite booking system.

The Fitness Team Russell, James, Rachel and Steve

The Performance Weights and the Conditioning Room features a variety of high performance equipment including: power racks, lifting platforms, a selection of benches, cable station and an extensive dumbbell range from 10kg to 65kg. The Fitness Team can offer full inductions and personalised programmes for these rooms at no extra cost.

For more information and FAQs please visit our website. www.go.warwick.ac.uk/runningbear

The Inclusive Fitness Initiative mark is the quality mark accreditation scheme that recognises the Running Bear Fitness Suite meets their recommended requirement for Disabled users. The University’s Sports Centre has invested in staff training and equipment that can be used by disabled people and non-disabled. The staff have undergone additional training with two members of the fitness team gaining their level 3 awards in programming exercise with disabled people. For more information on how we can help disabled users please contact s.dealtry@warwick.ac.uk or call 02476 574 599.


Fitness

Class Details Fitness Class Details

Absolute Core

There is an extensive class timetable available all year round. From strengthening core workouts to fast pace calorie burning pursuit cycle classes or a fun filled Zumba class Warwick offers something for everyone. All classes can be adjusted to suit all abilities. Copies of the class timetable are available from the Reception Desk, on the Sports Centre Notice boards and the Running Bear website.

A 1 hour conditioning class designed to strengthen the abdominals, the core and back and improve posture.

Popmobility

NB: Pursuit Cycle offers classes for all abilities please check the timetable

A mixed impact aerobic class choreographed to pop music with a finale of floor work to improve your muscle tone.

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Pursuit Cycle An indoor group stationary cycle class designed to take that heart rate to a peak. Choreographed to the latest music you will challenge yourself from fast flat sprints to hitting those hills.

Body Pump Fit and Firm A low impact conditioning class that uses a variety of equipment to firm and tone those muscle groups.

A calorie fat burning class using adjustable resistance bars to tone those muscle groups. Your metabolism will increase as you challenge yourself to some of the hottest tunes around.

Step An aerobic workout using the step platform that is choreographed to high impact music reaching peaks of cardiovascular performance.

Body Balance

Pilates

Zumba

Pilates focuses on building your body’s core strength and improving your posture through a series of low repetition low impact stretching and conditioning exercises. Pilates develops the body uniformly, corrects posture, restores physical vitality, revives the mind and uplifts the spirit.

Latin American fun dance workout to tone and sculpt your body. Excellent fat burning class.

A combination of yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi with controlled breathing to develop flexibility and strength. The class will leave you feeling calm and centred.

Simple boxing moves meet aerobic workout, all choreographed to uplifting music. Working every muscle group especially the core. Non contact.

Please note: Due to health and safety restrictions some classes have a limited number of places. Places are allocated on a pay and play system with tickets being available 15 minutes prior to the class beginning. No entry to any class after the first 5 minutes.

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The Tennis Centre

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Tennis Centre

The Indoor Tennis Centre

The Tennis Club at The University of Warwick

The University of Warwick Indoor Tennis Centre opened in April 2008 and is now a well established and used facility on Campus. It is one of only three purpose-built tennis centres in Warwickshire which is open to members of the general public without requiring membership or signing-on fees. Due to its location on the University Campus, it is also a facility which is well used by students and staff. The University student teams use the facility for practice sessions and matches.

The Tennis Club has both an Adult and a Junior section with a growing membership. The membership benefits include: priority booking on the indoor courts, a reduction on the indoor court fees, weekly coach led social nights, regular club tournaments/events and free outdoor courts. Adult Club night – Fridays 7.30 – 9.30pm Junior Club night – Fridays 5.30 – 7.30pm

The Centre is managed on behalf of the University by ‘inspire2coach’, a Midlands based private company which runs club programmes in Warwickshire, West Midlands and Hereford and Worcester. They also manage a nationwide Coach Education programme working closely with the LTA. In the Coventry area, inspire2coach manages the programme at Beechwood Tennis Club and, in conjunction with Coventry City Council, the War Memorial Park programme. The University, Beechwood , Memorial Park and local schools all fall under the banner of “inspiring Coventry tennis”. The Centre is a recognised Satellite venue which reflects the quality of the performance programme.

The Coaching Team Penny Garbutt and Matt Thomas head up the programme at the Centre under the guidance of the directors, Richard Marklow and Mark Tennant. Penny is Head of the Development Programme and Matt is Head of the Performance Programme. The other full-time inspire2coach coaches who work at the Centre are John Hales, Lead Development Coach and Adult Co-ordinator and Kevin Hoey, Lead Performance Coach. Working alongside the full-time team, there are part-time Coaches and Tennis Leaders who assist in the programmes.

The Programme The tennis centre offers an all-encompassing programme for players of all ages and abilities: l Adult group coaching for players of all abilities l Junior group coaching for children from 5 years upwards l Holiday Camps for children from 5 – 16 yrs l Cardio Tennis for Adults – an aerobic workout to music on a tennis court using heart rate monitors as an exciting alternative to going to the gym l Fit from 50’s – a coaching and social tennis session for all players with a minimum age of 50! l Invitational squads for the better junior players l Club social sessions.

Work Opportunities For students who have a tennis coaching qualification, there may be opportunities to work with the coaching team at the Tennis Centre. The Centre also hosts Coach Education opportunities.

Information at a glance l The Centre is open from 7.30am – 9.30pm l The 4 indoor courts may be booked up to 6 days in advance l There are peak and off-peak time charges and discounts available to staff and students l 4 outdoor floodlit courts which can also be booked up to 6 days in advance l Group and/or individual coaching l Warwick Learning vouchers can be used at the Centre for group sessions only l Court and course bookings can be made at Tennis Centre reception on 024761 50690. Payment must be made at the time of booking

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Penny Harris, Mark Tennant & Richard Marklow

John Hales and Matt Thomas


Inclusive Fitness Initiative

The Inclusive fitness Initiative (IFI) is a programme that supports the fitness industry to become more inclusive, catering for the needs of disabled and non-disabled people alike. The university achieved accredited status in October 2009. The IFI model is driven by developments in four key areas of fitness provision, underpinned by research conducted in 1998, which has led to a holistic approach, ensuring that you should expect a truly inclusive experience when visiting an accredited inclusive fitness facility.

● Inclusive Fitness Equipment

● Staff Training

● Inclusive Marketing

As a consequence you will find accessible facilities, equipment that is appropriate for the vast majority of disabled people, a positive culture and staff attitude and a facility that understands the value of a diverse and inclusive customer base.

Sports Facilities

Opening Hours

Sports Centre, Bear Rock Climbing Centre and Tennis Centre Day Monday to Sunday

Term

Vacation

07:15-21:30

07:15-21:30

Westwood Games Hall, Artificial Pitches & Athletics Track Day

Term

Vacation

Monday to Friday

08:00-21:30

08:00-21:30

Saturday

09:00-21:30

09:00-17:30

Sunday

10:00-21:30

10:00-17:30

Sports Facilities Opening Hours

These four key areas are: ● Accessible Facilities

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Carolyn Quinney Sauna Opening Times Day

Men

Mixed*

Women

Monday

14:30-21:30

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07:15-14:30

Tuesday

07:15-14:30

10:00-19:00

19:30-21:30

Wednesday

14:30-21:30

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07:15-14:30

Thursday

07:15-14:30 17:30-18:30

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14:30-17:30 18:30-21:30

Friday

16:00-21:30

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07:15-16:00

Saturday

07:15-14:30

10:00-19:00

19:00-21:30

Sunday

19:00-21:30

10:00-19:00

07:15-10.00

A further 30 minutes is available at the end of each day for changing. For conditions of use please visit www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/sportscentre/general/conditions

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Membership Fees

Academic Year 2010-2011

Membership Fees Warwick Sport

Bear Rock Climbing Room

£45 per academic year from 4 October 2010 to 2 October 2011. The £45 is a fixed price throughout the academic year.

● Full year price available from 01/09/10 £57 ● 2/3 year price – for memberships taken from 10/01/11 – 26/04/11 £40 ● 1/3 year price – for memberships taken from 27/04/11 – 02/10/11 £30 All memberships expire on 02/10/11.

You must join Warwick Sport before you can: ● join any sports clubs ● become a member of the Fitness Suite, Performance Weights Room, Bear Rock Climbing Centre ● enrol on any Warwick Sport Courses ● take any of the fitness classes (there is an additional fee for fitness classes of £1.10 - term time and £1.60 – vacation ● use of Sauna - £2.25 additional fee

Visiting Students ● 1 term + vacation Warwick Sport £20 ● 1 term + vacation Running Bear Fitness Suite £42 Membership can only be given if a student card ID has been issued.

Pay and Play If you do not wish to join Warwick Sport or take up a membership for any length of time you can take the Pay and Play option.

For £45 you also have unlimited access to swimming, squash courts, badminton courts.

Fitness Suite (including Performance Weights) Membership to the Fitness Suite also gives membership to Performance Weights Room. Full year price available from 01/09/10 – ● Students and staff grade 5 and below £93 ● Staff on grade 5 and above £130 ● ●

2/3 year price – for memberships taken from 10/01/11 – 26/04/11 Students and staff grade 5 and below £63 Staff on grade 5 and above £90

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1/3 year price – for memberships taken from 27/04/11 – 02/10/11 Students and staff grade 5 and below £35 Staff on grade 5 and above £45

This allows you access to the sports centre for one day for the cost of: ● Warwick Sport Daily Rate £2.35 (this must be paid before any additional activities e.g. total for a day pass to Fitness Suite £6.15) ● Fitness Suite £3.80 ● Weights Room £1.40 ● Bear Rock Climbing Room £3.35

Performance Weights Room only ● Full year price available from 01/09/10 £36 ● 2/3 year price – for memberships taken from 10/01/11 – 26/04/11 £26 ● 1/3 year price – for memberships taken from 27/04/11 - 02/10/11 £15 All memberships expire on date 02/10/11.

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Tennis ● Indoor Courts – Peak Time

● Indoor Courts – Off Peak

(Mon-Fri 18:30-21:30)

(Mon-Fri 07:30-18:30 & Weekends 07:30-18:30)

Students

£10.50 per hour

Students

£6.50 per hour

Staff

£10.50 per hour

Staff

£10.50

● Outdoor Courts – Daytime

● Outdoor Courts - Floodlit

Students

Free of Charge

Students

£4.25

Staff

Free of Charge

Staff

£4.25


Warwick’s The Place to Be

The University of Warwick has over the years invested a significant amount of money into a capital development programme that adds value to the student and staff experience. In having this fantastic facility stock and partnership with Warwick Conferences it has enabled the University to capitalise on developing a successful events programme on site. This type of business allows the University to maximise the opportunities to develop strategic partnerships, generate income and create positive regional and national exposure, which in turn has a positive impact on the student and staff experience by reinvestment into our programmes and developing a profile around the Warwick brand.

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The Sport Relief Mile U23 International friendly tournament between England, USA, Sweden & Norway. The Premier League Youth International Tournament.

The above are just a few examples of the clients that the University has been working with over the last 6-12months. In working with Warwick Conferences we are looking forward to increasing the number of clients we work with and the ambition is to turn some of them into strategic partners, for some long term outcomes. In delivering and growing this client list we would like to open up the opportunity for members of Warwick Sport who are thinking of pursuing a career in event management or even just have an interest to come and get involved!

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Over the past few months we have had some very positive news around the 2012 Olympics. The University of Warwick has now been confirmed as a training site for the Olympic Football tournament in 2012 and we will during a period of 6 weeks host some of the World’s most talented players here on campus. They will stay in the accommodation on site and will train at Cryfield on the same pitches that you, our members, use for competitions and training. This will see the University linked with the City of Coventry Stadium who have been selected as a host city complex for the Olympic Football tournament. With this news the University has invested in a new irrigation system at Cryfield which will allow us to improve and maintain the pitch standards throughout the year. Looking back over the past year the University has hosted some fantastic events and the list is growing each year, providing opportunity to raise the profile of the University and the facilities we have available. Below is a snapshot of some of the clients we have worked with:

The Football Association England Women’s National U17 Training camps. The NIKE Premier Cup. Doncaster Rovers Football Club. The Football Association England Men’s National U19s Training camps (prior to competing in this summer UEFA European Cup in France). St Johnstone Football Club. The Premier League Referees National Training venue. Host to the Sells Goalkeeping Academy. The Glenn Hoddle Football Training Camp. Kelly Holmes Athletics Camp BUCS National Tennis Finals The Birmingham County Football Development Education Programme.

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Getting involved in the sport event programme

Contact details

In developing this programme of events we would like to share the opportunities they create for personal development and vocational experience. During the year there will be events taking place on campus that we would like you as members of Warwick Sport to be part of. We are looking to develop an event management group that would give us extra capacity in delivering major events on site and would give you the chance to be at the heart of the action. If you would like further details on this please contact James Ellis or Gemma Morris by email on J.A.Ellis@warwick.ac.uk or G.L.Morris@warwick.ac.uk.

To discuss the requirements for your events, more information on getting involved and questions around costs please contact one of the events team:

What’s on offer for your club / department or society? All of the facilities that we maintain and develop here at the University are available for hire throughout the year and we would like to encourage you to utilise them as they are on your doorstep. Below are some examples: l

Social events Such BBQ’s, clubs dinners and halls of residence social events Cryfield Pavilion

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Team building Creating a challenging environment whilst being active Bear Rock Climbing Centre (Sport Centre)

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Meetings & seminars Space for 20 -100 people with break out rooms Cryfield Pavilion

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Vinny McElvenny V.J.B.McElvenny@warwick.ac.uk Tel: 024765 72467 l For events at the Bear Rock Climbing Centre

Colin Little C.W.Little@warwick.ac.uk Tel: 024765 24880 l For major events contact either

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James Ellis J.A.Ellis@warwick.ac.uk Tel: 024765 23100 or

Gemma Morris G.L.Morris@warwick.ac.uk Tel: 024761 50383


Sports

Physiotherapy and Massages

Physiotherapy Assessments / Treatments and Sports Massages are available at the Sports Centre, Central Campus and Indoor Tennis Centre, Westwood Campus for all staff and students of the University to access. In addition Foot Care treatments are available at the Tennis Centre. For a Physiotherapy appointment or any Tennis Centre appointment contact Tudor Physiotherapy: 07974 800651. For a Sports Massage at the Sports Centre contact the fitness team in the Running Bear Fitness Suite: 02476 574599, internal extension: 74599. All Warwick Sport members are entitled to a free 20 minute physiotherapy consultation / advice session (during term time only). This can be booked through the sports centre reception.

Tudor Physiotherapy

Sports and Remedial Massage

Chartered Physiotherapists:

Gisela Payne BSc (Hons), LSSM, MISRM Member of the Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage

Specialising in: l Assessment and treatment of sports injuries l Rehabilitation following surgery l Biomechanical assessment and gait analysis l Treatment of repetitive strain injury l Injury prevention advice / exercise programs Concessionary rates for University of Warwick students, staff and sports centre / tennis centre members - £30.00 per session. Tudor Physiotherapy is approved by all major insurance companies for patients who have medical cover. Companies can be directly invoiced where they have approved payment. In these instances, relevant paperwork should be forwarded to the physiotherapist. Appointments tel: 07974 800651 www.tudorphysiotherapy.com

Gisela Payne has been practicing sports and remedial massage since 2000 and specialises in myofascial and neuromuscular soft tissue techniques, alongside clinical pilates rehabilitation. Gisela teaches in London as a tutor for the London School of Sports Massage and works with GB Women’s cycling and GB Triathlon. l An individually tailored deep form of soft tissue massage that uses specific techniques to treat the stress, tension and fatigue that occurs through occupational, recreational or sporting activities. l Help relieve muscle fatigue, which hinders the achievement of optimum performance. l Reduce the likelihood of injury during exercise. l Speed up the recovery process and aid rehabilitation after injury. l Ensure full range of movement and increase muscle flexibility. l Improve postural and general body awareness. Appointments can initially be made for the following times: Tuesday’s 08:00-14:30 Concessions for Warwick Sport Members and Sports Centre Scheme Members: £24.00 for 30 minutes, £40.00 for 60 minutes.

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Andrew Holbrook BSc (Hons) MCSP HPC reg Hayley Dalton BSc(Hons) MCSP HPC reg Sally Olorenshaw BSc(Hons) MCSP HPC reg Greg Howells BSc(Hons) MCSP HPC reg

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Warwick Sport

What is Warwick Sport? Warwick Sport is a collaboration between the Department of Physical Education and Sport and the Students’ Union, this joint venture enables all members of the University Community to benefit from a more co-hesive, cost effective and user friendly approach to sport. The key ideas behind the collaboration is to increase opportunities for every University member to engage in sport at their choosen level.

What is the cost? Warwick Sport invites all University members to apply for membership of Warwick Sport at a flat annual rate of £45. Warwick Sport members can then benefit from a significantly enhanced range of classes, treatment, training and club memberships, taking advantage of services provided by the Students’ Union and the Department of Physical Education and Sport. Each individual Sports Club membership is £5 (excluding Pick and Mix which is free). University members who elect not to join Warwick Sport can still have unlimited access to Sports Centre facilities by buying a £2.35 ‘pay and play’ day pass. More than 20 ‘pay and play’ visits a year will lead to an automatic upgrade to full Warwick Sport membership for that year.

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Unlimited access to all facilities except the premium facilities (Fitness Suite, Bear Rock Indoor Climbing Centre, Performance Weights Room and Indoor Tennis Centre) will include membership to Warwick Sport within their annual charge. Access to Sports Development advice for Sports Clubs and individuals from a Sports Development Co-ordinator. Advice on health and well being, including diet and nutrition, from a specialist member of Sports Centre Staff. Access to a Sports Development Programme, with professional support and advice on becoming involved in sport, both within the University and in the wider community. Subsidised coaching, refereeing, safety and first-aid courses. Access to the low cost Sports Courses Programme and Exercise to Music Classes. Access to Sports Physiotherapy & Sports Massages. Access to purchase Warwick Sport official clothing. Insurance for all members.

The majority of money accrued from Warwick Sport membership charges will be ring-fenced to improve sporting opportunities for University members. This income will supplement, not replace, the funding from the University and help to kick-start long-term development.

Joe Barr

Peter Parker

Sports Administrator

Sports Administrator

Representative Sport - BUCS The University of Warwick is one of 157 higher education institutions across the UK to compete in BUCS. The BUCS sporting programme is available to the 2.3 million students across the UK. Over 100,000 students regularly compete in BUCS competitions, leagues and events. BUCS delivers 50 sports to these students and universities and organises 150 individual final or championship events each year. The seasonal programme begins at the start of the academic year in October with the National Surfing Championships in Newquay; and continues until the following July with the final events including, cricket, archery and athletics competitions. Over 70 Warwick teams compete in BUCS team sports and competitions each year and the finale for many is the BUCS Championships. There really is no better feeling than donning your Warwick kit and representing your university. We had a great deal of success in the 2009/10 season with, amongst others, men’s rugby, men’s & women’s lacrosse getting promoted into the premier league. Currently ranked 21st, the University has ambitions to become a top 15 sporting institution.

Right To Play Right to Play are the official Warwick Sport Charity; and throughout the year clubs and individuals raise money for this very deserving and worthwhile charity in a number of different ways. Over the past two years thanks to initiatives such as the Right to Play naked calendars, skydiving’s Great Warwick Jump and Trampolining’s ‘Bounce-athon’ to name but a few, Warwick Sport has raised in excess of £10,000. To recognise this success, alumni Leo Matlock won Right to Play’s inaugural ‘Red Ball Award’. Warwick Sport plans to continue this relationship with Right to Play over the coming year and help raise even more money to help support the fantastic work they do. For more information please see www.righttoplay.co.uk or email info_UK@righttoplay.com


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Development The Sports Development Programme is open to all Warwick Sport members and the aim of the programme is to “provide the opportunity for anyone and everyone who wants to take part in, or improve at any sport at any level�. Here at Warwick we want to allow all members of Warwick Sport, whether an elite athlete or a beginner, to be able to take part and advance in whatever sport or number of sports they wish.

Lisa Infantino Sports Development Co-ordinator lisa.infantino@warwicksu.com Tel: 024 765 75112

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Here are just some of the opportunities that are open to all Warwick Sport members as part of the Sports Development Programme: l Opportunities to receive information on coaching, umpiring and referee courses with funding to help undertake these courses and develop skills. l Links with National Governing Bodies and County Sports Partnerships. l Information and advice on following a sport based career. l Opportunities to take First Aid and Lifeguard qualifications. l Information on sports volunteering and how to take your skills into the local community, schools and sports clubs. l Subsidised Sports Physiotherapy and Sports Massages. l Seminars and advice on healthy eating and leading an active lifestyle. l Support for athletes that are playing to a National Standard or International Standard. l An increased Sports Courses Programme with a full fitness programme as well as coaching in Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Golf, Swimming and Climbing. l Expanded Intra-mural Leagues and Casual Ladders for casual but competitive fun.

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l Access to a fitness development programme.


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Courses Programme

Get active, improve a technique, meet new people and have fun by joining in on one of the many sports courses on offer at Warwick. Each term a Sports Course Programme is organised for members of Warwick Sport. These are 4, 5, 8 or 9 week courses that run each term in a variety of sports and activities. The courses are run by experienced and qualified coaches to allow members high quality coaching at a hugely subsidised cost The courses that are run during term time are: l Beginners Squash - 9 weeks £25 l Improvers Squash – 9 weeks £25 l Advanced Squash – 9 weeks £25 l Beginners Racketball – 9 weeks £25 l Beginners Swimming – 9 weeks £25 l Improvers Swimming – 9 weeks £25 l Intermediate Swimming – 9 weeks £25 l Beginners Golf – 8 weeks £30 l Improvers Golf – 8 weeks £30 l Intermediate Golf – 8 weeks £30 l Advanced Golf – 8 weeks £30 l Beginners Rock Climbing – 4 weeks £30 l Continuation Rock Climbing – 4 weeks £30 l Boot Camp – 4 weeks 2 sessions per week £30 l A full programme of tennis lessons is also run at the Tennis Centre, please contact the Tennis Centre for more details.

Zoe Evans Secretary to the Director of Physical Education and Sport

Weekly games of Volleyball and Basketball are also offered free of charge, throughout term time and vacations for players wanting a casual game without the commitment of joining a club, no enrolment is needed. l Play Volleyball - Friday 12.30-1.30pm at the Central Campus Sports Centre, Desso Hall l Play Basketball - Monday 12.30-1.30pm at the Central Campus Sports Centre, Desso Hall

Sports Courses Booking Information Enrolment for all the Sports Courses will be during the first week of each term in the Secretary’s Office in the Sports Centre. Priority booking will be given to Warwick Sport members during the first week and there after it will be opened to non members and external users.

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**NEW this year – Hula Hooping, Bellydance Fitness and Bollywood fitness. For details of the times and days of all the Sports Courses please check the Warwick Sport Website at the beginning of each term.

All bookings must be made through Zoë Evans in the Secretary’s Office, Ground Floor, Sports Centre. Payment must be made at the time of booking and may be made by cash, cheque or credit card.

Due to the high demand of these courses a reduced programme is also run through vacation time for those staff and students that are still on campus.

Please note that if insufficient numbers enrol on the course, then the course may be cancelled and the fee will be reimbursed in full.

Some of the Sports Coaches also offer individual lessons for those wishing to further improve their skills, for more information on individual lessons please contact the Sports Development Co-ordinator.

WLA VOUCHERS

The Sports Coaches also offer individual lessons for those wishing to further improve their skills, for more information on individual lessons please contact the Sports Development Co-ordinator.

Members of University Staff can use there Warwick Learning Account Vouchers towards payment for the Sports Courses Programme. For more details on using WLA vouchers please contact the Sports Development Co-ordinator.


Sports Scholarships and

Bursaries As part of the programme athletes also receive: l Discounted Sports Physiotherapy and Massage (Scholarship holders only) l Free membership to the Fitness Suite (Scholarships and Bursary holders only) l Performance mentoring l Access to a sports science programme, nutritional advice and workshops. Warwick Sport Assistance Bursaries are also available for those athletes that are competing at a Regional Level to assist with entry fees and transports costs. Bursary holders are expected to: l Fulfil all requirements of degree programmes. l Perform at the highest level possible in their sport and display the commitment needed to improve and progress. l Compete for the University when desired. l Fulfil the requirements of the scholarship including attending workshops, development training and fitness training. l Represent the University in a professional manner at all times. l Termly progress updates for the Department to use for publicity purposes.

SPONSORED SPORTS SCHOLARSHIP Sponsored Sports Scholarships are also available to those Students competing at a high level in their Sports. The Scholarships that are available are: University of Warwick Swimming Scholarship As part of the Swimming Scholarship the recipient will receive membership to the Coventry Elite Swimming Squad who train at The University of Warwick, a Warwick Sport Bursary and all the benefits that Bursary holders receive.

Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) TASS is a Government funded programme that represents a unique partnership between sport and higher and further education. TASS bridges the gap in sports talent development pathway between junior representative sport and world-class levels for our most talented 16 to 25 year old sportspeople. It will enable young talented athletes to maintain the right balance between academic life, training and competition by providing scholarships up to the value of £3000 for students. The programme awards Scholarships to talented athletes that are committed to combining their sport and education. It aims to reduce the drop out of talented athletes from sport and supports and develops the talent of today for sporting success in the future. All TASS Scholars and bursars are mentored throughout the year by Warwick Sport Staff. Advice and support is offered to all athletes and opportunities are available to take part in athlete workshops to help individuals reach their potential. To apply for a Sports Scholarship or Bursary or for more details on TASS please contact the Sports Development Co-ordinator.

“For the past few years I have

received a TASS scholarship, which has helped me greatly financially with clothing, equipment and travel for my sport. After starting Warwick this year they have helped increase the value of my scholarship to help me get as much benefit as possible by bringing core services such as Strength & Conditioning and Physiotherapy and making them available to me on Campus as well as organising nutrition workshops and dealing with any other issues I had.

Sarah Jayne Perry – Squash >

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Scholarships of up to £500 are available to individuals who are competing at the top level in their chosen sports. These Scholarships are awarded to athletes performing at a senior national or international level. Bursaries of up to £300 are awarded to athletes competing at a Junior National or International Level and Awards of up to £100 are awarded to athletes competing at a Senior County Level or who are ranked in the top 3 in British Universities in individual Sports

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Insurance and Warwick Sport Clothing

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Insurance

for Warwick Sports Members

DETAILS OF COVER OPERATIVE PERIOD OF COVER - Whilst participating in and travelling to and from organised matches, training and practise sessions at both home and away venues. GEOGRAPHICAL LIMITS - World-wide

SCHEDULE OF BENEFITS: ACCIDENTAL DEATH - £10,000 is paid to help with things such as funeral expenses if death occurs as a result of an accident. PERMANENT DISABLING INJURIES - This provides a scale of benefits depending on the extent of injury. For instance, loss of sight in both eyes is covered for £100,000 whereas loss of thumb is £25,000. NOTE - the benefit shown includes the two “top-up” units at £25,000 each. TEMPORARY TOTAL DISABLEMENT - A benefit payable of £30 per week for up to 52 weeks (after a deferment period of 7 days) if you are unable to fully attend your course. HOSPITAL CONFINEMENT - £10 is paid to you for each 24 hours spent as an in-patient, up to a maximum of 90 days. ADDITIONAL TRAVELLING EXPENSES - Additional expenses when travelling to and from hospital for outpatient treatment could be incurred. A franchise (rather than an excess of £25 exists, i.e. once your claim has exceeded £25 the full amount up to £100 is refunded to you. DENTAL TREATMENT - Subject to a £25 excess, teeth or dentures can be repairs or replaced at a cost of up to £100. REPATRIATION (UK ONLY) - Cost of a private ambulance to a local hospital is covered, with an unlimited cash benefit.

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Travel costs to home address following discharge from hospital are also covered, subject to a limit of £100.

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Spor t Clothing ADM Leisurewear Ltd are the preferred clothing supplier of Warwick Sport. ADM manufacture and supply a comprehensive range of bespoke and branded leisurewear and sportswear. Major brands that include Nike, Canterbury, Gilbert, Grays, Prostar Henbury and Jerzees. ADM have provided clubs at Warwick Sport with excellent customer service, delivery dates of between two or three weeks from confirmation of order and a competitively priced product range for over 7 years. ADM also guarantee to beat any other like for like quote that your club receives from any other supplier. ADM can offer your club its own unique online club shop within a newly created Warwick Sport section of the ADM website. The online club shop will allow members to order their club merchandise via a secure e-commerce facility. For more details please contact ADM on 01942 498120 or email matt@admdirect.co.uk ADM’s comprehensive range of clothing can be viewed at www.admdirect.co.uk


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Events and Activities

Events and

Activities

Sports Fair With 77 different sports clubs, how will you decide which one’s are for you? Head down to the Sports Centre on the first Tuesday of term (5th October), and check out the Sports Fair where you can visit all of the club’s stalls and chat to the people who run the clubs. With many clubs performing live demos and providing the chances to sample the sports right there and then this event kicks off the sporting year with a bang.

Varsity Series One of the competitive highlights of the year sees the sporting might of Warwick take battle against bitter rivals Coventry University in a variety of sports, with only one University able to take the varsity shield back to their respective campus. With last year’s varsity culminating in the final event, the pressure will intensify once again. Help Warwick retain their undefeated title by participating and/or supporting the mighty Warwick. Wednesday 16th March is a definite date for your diary!! Check out the Warwick Sport website for dates and times of all fixtures. Summer of Sport Sport at Warwick isn’t all about winning and as an antidote to the intense cauldron that is Varsity, over the final few weeks of the 3rd term, the Summer of Sport provides a laid back approach. Each event is all about what Warwick Sport stands for – getting active and getting involved. Countless activities and tournaments all over campus allows you to do just that, getting house/hall mates, colleagues, course and team mates together to do battle in small sided team games and other fun activities.

Sports Ball A great part of being a member of a sports club is the social life. Your sports mates become your best friends. Sports ball is a night of celebrating the year’s sporting achievements, along with plenty of banter. A superb dinner, guest speaker, a live band, all you’re best mates and everyone looking fabulously dressed in their smartest clothes. Sports Ball is one of the best nights throughout the year. KPMG leagues Throughout the year these football, netball and cricket leagues provide weekly fixtures and a chance to stay active, meet great friends and really enjoy sport. Teams are generally based around flatmates, course mates or just complete randomers. Just ensure you sign up online early in term 1 and these games will be the highlight of your week. Tours One of the highlights of being a member of our many sports clubs are the tours that they embark on throughout the year. Each club has a unique tour experience and you are always guaranteed to have a great time as well as get to know your team mates just a little bit better. Some clubs will take part in organised multi sports tournaments in the UK and abroad in which you get to play Universities from across the country, others such as the cricket club look further a field to South Africa or India in search of a new challenge whilst Warwick Snow organise huge trips to ski resorts for in excess of 600 students. Wherever the tour takes you, for however long, they will give you memories that will last a lifetime. Student Sports Committee Want to get involved with running sport at Warwick, with great opportunities to meet people, to have responsibility for projects and budgets, gain vital experience in management and have a great time in the process. If so then why not look into joining Sports Committee, the committee responsible for helping run most of the above events and much more. Email sports@warwicksu.com if you are interested.

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Festival of Sport The year starts with a week of sporting fun, this is your opportunity to try our facilities for free, sample numerous taster sessions, meet the clubs and attend team trials. This is a great chance to use the fantastic sports facilities including; pool, gym, sports halls, synthetic pitches, tennis courts and much more.


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Achievements Achievements 2009-10 We celebrate all who participate in Sport and activities at Warwick at every level; it is amazing to have over 50% of the campus community who are members of Warwick Sport. From our very own awards to International medals join with us in congratulating all of the amazing achievements that our staff and students accomplished in 2009-10. Here are just a few of the success stories for the academic year 2009-10.

Warwick Skydiving Takes Bronze at National non-student Championships Warwick University Skydiving Club took bronze at the National Championships up against teams with tens of thousands of jumps and budgets a different order of magnitude to theirs. Through dedication and determination, they walked away with bronze medals, and were awfully close to silver. This is potentially the first time an all-student team has won a medal at the National Championships, and so it is a great achievement.

Joanna Honey Team GB dominate at The Student Riders Nations Cup World Finals 2009 Joanna Honey beat 42 students from 14 nations to take team dressage and combined titles. Competitors came from as far afield as Egypt, Canada and the USA. As well as the two gold team GB medals Joanna added to her tally with silver in the dressage and gold in the combined event.

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Rebecca Griffiths Represents England in TriNations Tournament Rebecca Griffiths (Polo President 2009/10) represented English Students at the annual SUPA Tri-Nations Polo Tournament in Ireland. Despite being the long term captain of Wales, attending Warwick qualifies Rebecca to play for both countries. Having been awarded the Most Valuable Player award at the recent National Universities Arena Polo Championships and included in an up and coming players’ feature in the Polo Times, Rebecca was asked to play for England. Rebecca converted a 15 yard penalty against Northern Ireland in the last 10 seconds to complete a thrilling chukka and take England into the final, where they dominated and England were announced as the overall winners.

Danielle Stewart Continues To Build On Her Successes As A Member of Staff Danielle Stewart studied at Warwick University and then became a member of staff. Danielle is a Triathlete who has also recently started competing in Duathlon events. Overcoming her fear of open water swims and by working exceptionally hard on her weakest aspect of Triathlon event, Danielle has gone on to win and place in event after event. This year’s achievements include; Bronze medal at the European Age Group Triathlon Championships (Ireland), Bronze Medal at the European Age Group Championships (France), Gold at the British Age Group Sprint Triathlon Championships, Overall winner of the National Age Group Duathlon Ranking Series, these are just an example of Danielle’s successes. Later on this year Danielle will be competing in the World Duathlon in Edinburgh and the World Triathlon in Budapest.

University of Warwick Judo Club Take Silver at International Competition University of Warwick Judo club won a silver medal at Sheffield University’s International University Judo Tournament, narrowly losing to a combined London Universities team; which is made up of the best Judo fighters from twelve different London Universities in the final.

CLUB AWARDS Warwick Sport Club of the Year: The club that has involved every member in both a competitive and recreational nature to further the ideals of Warwick Sport LACROSSE Cecil Angel Trophy: The club which has performed most successfully within the spirit of Warwick Sport MENS RUGBY Most Improved Club of the Year: The club that has increased involvement for its members in both a competitive and recreational nature to further the ideals of Warwick Sport CLASSICAL & MODERN DANCE Warwick Volunteers Community Award: The club that has contributed the most innovative project working with the local community MENS & LADIES HOCKEY Warwick Sport Exec of the Year: ATHLETICS & CROSS COUNTRY


INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

BUCS League Winners 09-10

Sportsman of the Year: Reached a particularly outstanding level of sporting achievement in at least one discipline TOM RIDINGS

Women’s Badminton 2nd – MIDLANDS 2A Men’s Basketball 1st – MIDLANDS 1A M’s Football 2nd – MIDLANDS 4A Golf 1st – MIDLANDS 1A Women’s Hockey 3rd – MIDLANDS 4A Women’s Lacrosse – MIDLANDS 1A - PROMOTED TO PREMIERSHIP Men’s Rugby 1st – MIDLANDS 1A - PROMOTED TO PREMIERSHIP Men’s Rugby 3rd – MIDLANDS 3A Men’s Squash 1st – MIDLANDS 2A Men’s Volleyball 1st – MIDLANDS 2A

Sportswoman of the Year: Reached a particularly outstanding level of sporting achievement in at least one discipline JOANNA HONEY Colin Brummitt Award (MALE): Outstanding contribution to sport at Warwick in terms of developing sport and encouraging participation by others WILLIAM JONES

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BUCS Cup Winners 09-10 Men’s Squash 1st - Conference Cup Champions

Colin Brummitt Award (FEMALE): Outstanding contribution to sport at Warwick in terms of developing sport and encouraging participation by others DEIRDRE LYNCH Most Improved Player (MALE): Improvement in performance within a club through hard work, commitment and effort MARC VAN HUIZEN

Varsity 2010 Warwick retained the Varsity Shield in one of the closest Varsity series in history. Coventry caused some major upsets in cricket, netball and rugby league. All was to play for in the finale match at the home of Coventry Rugby, Butts Arena. Our newly promoted Men’s Rugby Union team did not disappoint beating Coventry 21 – 12 and ensuring that the Varsity shield remained with Warwick for another year. Final overall score Warwick 36 – 34 Coventry.

Most Improved Player (FEMALE): Improvement in performance within a club through hard work, commitment and effort SOPHIE COX

National level or higher Name Chloe Bensaid Pippa Canlan-Shaw Emily Maclennan Amy Martin Tom Ridings Annie Swan Rebecca Griffiths Joanna Honey Natasha Ferrier Gregory Lucas Sarah-Jane Perry Claire Soullier James Freeman Joanna Rowbury Lucy Hawkes Simon Smiley-Andrews Tom Abrams

Club Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Lacrosse Polo Riding Shotokan Karate Skydive Squash Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate Frisbee Ultimate Frisbee

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FULL COLOURS 2009-10


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Volunteers Do something you enjoy linked to your club’s interests or activities and share your passion with the local community! Warwick Volunteers offers the opportunity for sports clubs to volunteer together and share their skills and experiences with the local community through both regular and one off events. We can help to support you by providing school and community contacts, covering travel expenses, organising training sessions and processing CRB checks. Over the last academic year many sports clubs have been active in the local community, taking part in a diverse range of activities: Warwick Netball Club organise Primary School Tournament Coaching and skills workshops American Football set up a sports club for the Sydni workshop on the science of parachutes to make the subject Stompers youth group in Leamington. Men’s and Women’s more fun, appealing and accessible. Hockey combined to develop the Hungry for Hockey coaching initiative and hosted a tournament on campus. One off opportunities The Lacrosse club ran PE classes at a secondary school, The Women’s Netball Club took part in a painting and offering a new experience for pupils who had never had the decorating project at Bath Place Community Venture. The opportunity to play the sport. centre suffered a major fire at the start of the academic year and needed help to complete renovation work in their new Events premises to get it ready for use. Taekwondo delivered a demonstration at Willowbrook, home to older people and people with disabilities, as part of Volunteering not only allows you to give something back a Fun Day providing a range of new and exciting activities to by providing great benefits to local schools, sports clubs the residents. The Skydiving Club ran an interactive science and community centres; there are many advantages for you afternoon for local primary school children, delivering a and your sports club too: l You gain the chance to expand or develop new and diverse opportunities to offer your club members l You can enter the Warwick Volunteers Society and Sports Awards to win a prize of £200 for your club or society l Voluntary work is a great addition to your CV as it helps develop skills to boost your employability, as well as providing valuable work experience. In many cases, this experience can help you to achieve coaching qualifications. If you are interested in volunteering or have an idea for a project please contact Kim, Volunteer Co-ordinator at kim.waite@volunteers.warwick.ac.uk For more information visit: www.warwick.ac.uk/volunteers Warwick Skydiving Club makes science fun at local primary schools


Clubs

Canoe canoe@warwickcanoe.co.uk http://www.warwickcanoe.co.uk/ Warwick Canoe caters for all levels of paddlers from beginners to pros. We go away frequently for weekends; the club has all the equipment you need except for swimming kit.

Cheer Leaders Aerobics aerobics@warwicksu.com http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/socs/su100/ Keep fit in a fun way!! The Aerobics club covers cardiovascular, body toning workouts; along with more upbeat routines, helping improve or maintain fitness. All instructors are fully qualified using state of the art equipment to help anyone with any level of fitness.

Aikido aikido@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/aikido/ Aikido’s philosophy is to neutralise your opponents attack without causing injury, using a combination of pins, controls, and throws using the attackers own weight and strength against them. If you wish to build self-confidence by learning self defence, then Aikido is the club to join.

American Football american.football@warwicksu.com http://warwickwolves.co.uk/ American Football is a competitive team sport involving speed, agility, brute strength as well as skill. With constant physical contact throughout any match, this is your chance to be part of Warwick’s very own ‘Greatest Show on Turf’.

Archery archery@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/archery/ Archery is a club that caters for all levels of ‘archers’. Despite being one of the smaller calmer clubs on campus, while still maintaining a high level of success each year. So if you think you can shoot a bolt of arrows into a boss better than Robin Hood ever did, then give Archery a go.

Athletics, CC & Orienteering athletics@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.warwickathletics.com/ Athletics, Cross Country & Orienteering is a friendly club, catering for runners of any ability. With different training sessions every day, including a women’s-only jogging club on certain days. Orienteering adds an adventure element to the club, where competitors are equipped with a map and compass, and must navigate a course in the best time possible to give people a mental and physical workout.

Badminton su106@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.badmintonclub.co.uk/ The club provides frequent access to badminton facilities, by providing six sessions a week, each lasting at least two hours catering for all levels of ability.

Basketball basketball@warwicksu.com The Warwick Basketball Club is one of the most diverse on campus, with members from all over the world. They cater for players of all standards, whether you’re experienced or just want to come along and play casually at our weekly open sessions.

Canoe Polo canoepolo@warwicksu.com http://www.warwickcanoe.co.uk/ Canoe polo is a high tempo water sport which mixes canoeing skills with competitive sporting rules. The rules are loosely similar to football but on the water. If you want to come and have a go then all you need is a swimming costume, t-shirt and towel, we provide the rest.

su249b@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.warwickdevils.co.uk/ Cheerleading is a mix of dancing, stunting and gymnastics. Regularly entering competitions and supporting different sporting events, Cheerleading is a great way for girls and also boys to keep fit and have fun.

Classical & Modern DANCE su280@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.cmdance.co.uk/ Classical and Modern Dance offers classes in an extensive range of styles from classical ballet to hip hop. If you’re a complete beginner or you’ve danced since you could walk, there’s a class for you. They perform in the annual dance shows on campus and choreograph for a variety of performances.

Climbing mountaineering@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.wucc.co.uk Climbing is a popular club, with top quality facilities being based on campus with an excellent indoor wall, as well as a separate bouldering wall. The club organises trips right across Britain and Europe, to fulfil anyone’s climbing needs.

Cricket (Men’s) cricket@uwmcc.co.uk http://www.uwmcc.co.uk/ Get ready to be hit for six by the men’s cricket club. Training not only takes place in the summer, but also in the winter too; also playing indoor matches against Coventry as part of Varsity. So if you think you’re the new Andrew Strauss, or just want to have some fun in the nets, join men’s cricket, who cater for all levels.

Cricket (Ladies) uwlcc@hotmail.co.uk Ladies’ Cricket is the perfect club to join if you’re looking for a new sport to try out. With winter indoor tournaments geared towards beginners; every level of player is welcomed, and everyone is guaranteed a game. Make sure you pop along to one of our tasters in the Desso Hall!

Staff & Graduate Cricket Club P.L.Wilson@warwick.ac.uk www.warwickuniversitystaffcc.org.uk Open to all staff, graduate students, and any member of the Warwick Graduate Association; the club enters three league and cup competitions yearly, as well as numerous ‘friendly’ matches giving any level of cricketer the chance to enjoy their cricket.

Dodgeball warwickdodge@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Many have seen the film, but now is your chance to take part is a sport that is fun, fast paced, and thrilling to watch. Dodgeball is highly competitive and a fun way to play sport and work on your fitness whilst constantly enjoying yourself.

Fencing fencing@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://fencing.uwcs.co.uk/ Fencing is an exciting, skilful sport; that requires a mixture of reactions, intelligence, and physical fitness. The club offer expert tuition to give the most novice of players a chance to become an experienced fencer. So if you’re looking for a sport that balances physical and mental wit then fencing is for you.

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Ice Hockey

Five-A-Side@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.uw5.co.uk/ The Five-A-Side Football Club last year comprised of over 160 teams and over 1100 members. The Club runs six ladder leagues during the year meaning players of all abilities can get involved. Opportunities provided for Club members include futsal sessions and tournaments.

icehockey@warwicksu.com http://www.warwickpanthers.com/ Ice hockey is the world’s fastest game, full of skill, tactics, speed and grit! The club provides training for everyone from complete beginners to the most experienced players who can play for either of our competitive league teams.

floorball.warwick@googlemail.com http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/floorball Known to many as unihockey, innebandy or salibandy, depending on where in the world you come from, it is a fast paced high energy sport that is played indoors. Played competitively, the club cater for all levels of ability be it men or women. All you need to do is turn up and pick up a stick.

Jitsu

Floorball

Football (Men’s) su119@warwicksu.com http://www.uwmfc.com/ With four Wednesday teams and two weekend teams, mens football caters for all levels of football, with over 60 players attending training sessions. So if you’re footballing skill is on a par with David Beckham or David Brent, UWFC will give you the chance to compete in the nations favourite sport.

Football (Women’s) su120@warwicksu.com UWWFC is a vibrant and friendly club catering for all abilities. We have 2 teams competing in the BUCS leagues, a Sunday League team and a development squad so “I can’t kick a ball” is not an excuse, as there truly is something for everyone!

Gliding gliding@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.warwickgliding.co.uk Fancy playing in the clouds at 3000 feet above the ground? Warwick Gliding fly nearly every weekend at local gliding centres, providing fully instructed courses for beginners and experienced pilots alike. So if you fancy the chance to ‘ride the skies’ then why not give gliding a go?

Golf warwick_golf@yahoo.co.uk Want to hit that ball for four? Warwick Golf offers discounted beginners and improver’s lessons with a PGA Pro so you can do just that. Playing in the BUCS leagues on a Wednesday for the more experienced Pro, the golf club are also highly active in the Student Matchplay Golf tournament held each year. So why not pick up your clubs and take a swing at the golf club.

Handball janosch.ortmann@gmail.com A fast indoor contact sport, Handball is very popular with many international students; with it being so popular across Europe. Catering for players of all ability, Handball is a vastly exciting game played with a high tempo and quick reflexes.

Hockey (Ladies) su127@warwicksu.com http://uwlhc.co.uk/ If you want to guarantee an unforgettable time at Warwick join Ladies hockey. The club caters for all abilities, with three teams competing in the BUCS leagues and two in local Saturday leagues, there is no better way to keep active, make friends and get involved in Warwick Sport.

Warwick Sport

Hockey (Men’s) exec@uwmhc.co.uk http://www.uwmhc.co.uk/ Men’s Hockey is one of the biggest clubs at Warwick, entering 4 teams in both the MRHA and Inter-university BUCS leagues. The club caters for all abilities from complete beginner to national U21s. We run indoor and outdoor charity fundraising tournaments with Ladies Hockey.

Hockey (Mixed) UWMXDHC@Hotmail.com http://www.warwickmixedhockey.com/ Mixed Hockey welcome all-comers whether you’ve played county or never picked up a stick before, so this is the perfect club to join with your housemates. Hosting numerous other universities at our own massive tournament and have also now set up our own inter-university mixed hockey league.

exec@warwickjitsu.co.uk http://www.warwickjitsu.co.uk/ Jitsu is based around throwing, locking and striking an opponent when required. You don’t need to be the biggest or strongest, with the instructor teaching you how to deal with many types of situations in the form of self defence. With the chance to compete in regional and national competitions, Jitsu is a great way to get fit and learn how to protect yourself.

Judo judo@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/judo/ Judo means “The Gentle Way.” A Japanese art of self-defence and mainly focuses on throwing and grappling. Sessions are coached by experienced instructors. Everyone is welcome from absolute beginners to the more experienced.

Kali Jeet Kune Do su116@sunion.warwick.ac.uk This is a martial art that teaches hand to hand and weapons combat on an equal basis. Techniques from Filipino boxing, along with strength, flexibility, and stamina training are taught within this martial art; creating a well balanced mix of fitness and self defence.

Kempo su130@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.wkjj.co.uk/ Kempo Ju Jitsu is a mix of traditional Japanese martial arts with modern combat sports, designed to be an effective method of self-defence. The club teaches throwing, grappling and locking techniques, along with punches, kicks and sparring in a very varied style. For anyone looking to improve their fitness and confidence, Kempo is the ideal club.

Kung Fu su173@warwicksu.com http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/socs/su173/ Kung Fu (based on Taoist philosophy) is designed to create a state of mental and physical excellence, allowing one to move in harmony with an opponent’s strength. Unlike many martial arts Kung Fu is completely conceptual, so if you wish to try a more gentile martial art Kung Fu is for you.

Lacrosse su131@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://lacrosse.uwcs.co.uk/ Lacrosse is the best kept secret in sport in the UK. It has everything: speed, agility, physicality! Here at Warwick we offer three types of the sport. Men’s, Women’s and Mixed. They are all governed by different rules. Men’s is full contact, Women’s game only allows sticking checking and in Mixed there is no contact at all. If you fancy a go feel free to come and try it!

Latin & Ballroom Dance latin-ballroom@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.warwickuniversitydancesport.co.uk/ Ever watched Strictly Come Dancing and wish you could dance like that?? Ever want to learn the waltz or jive? If so Latin & Ballroom is your chance to dance away. Catering for all levels, Latin & Ballroom give everyone a chance to not only learn to dance but compete on a regular basis, be it in interuniversity competition or in the clubs social dances. Latin & Ballroom will get you up on your feet.


Lifesaving

Riding

lifesaving@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.warwicklifesaving.co.uk/ Looking for a unique sports club? We offer something for everyone – from keeping fit, to qualifying as a lifeguard, to competing in a growing British university league. Compete in a rewarding and challenging multi-discipline sport. Exciting team competitions at universities all over the country test lifesaving skills on land and in the pool.

riding@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.warwickriding.moonfruit.co.uk/ The riding club offers equestrian lessons for all levels on a weekly basis at a local riding school. The club organise trips on a regular basis, meaning you not only get to enjoy riding the horse, but also see some beautiful scenery at the same time. The club also competes in inter university competitions.

Motorsport

rifle@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/rifle/ Rifle shooting is an open gender sport meaning both men and women can compete on an equal footing. Using small-bore rifles fired from around 25 metres. Very different to most other sports clubs on campus, anyone who is permitted and able to use a weapon safely is encouraged to join.

Mountain Bike club@warwickbike.co.uk http://www.warwickbike.co.uk/ Catering for all types of mountain biking be it cross-country or downhill, the mountain bike club offers anyone the chance to cycle off road however they wish. Offering trips to see super series events also, mountain bike offers a social side on top of the participation side for all willing to taste it.

Roller Hockey su154@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Roller Hockey maintains a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where our coach and experienced exec do their utmost to aid personal development of every player. Even those who have never even skated before can learn quickly and safely, and be playing in matches in next to no time.

Rowing

exec@warwickmountains.co.uk http://www.warwick-mountains.co.uk/ Love the outdoors? Be it for bimbling in the woods, epic treks across mountains, scrambling or traditional climbing, then Warwick Mountains is the club for you.

president@uwbc.org.uk www.uwbc.org.uk A highly active club on campus the Rowing club is known for its well organised regimes and its member’s commitment to the club. For beginners an introduction into Rowing ran by the club, with a chance to compete at Henley Regatta for those more experienced rowers, offering competition against other high level crews.

Netball

Rugby League

netball@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Netball caters for any ability, with a total of three teams competing in the weekly BUCS league and an on campus intramural league. As one of the most active clubs on campus, they give people the chance to not just play, but also volunteer in local schools teaching netball. Warwick Netball will help to make sure that every member never has a dull moment at university.

rugbyleague@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Warwick University Rugby League offers something for everyone, and whether you are Andy Farrell, or new to the sport, we will welcome you to our club. Coached by an ex-Australian international RL player, meaning everyone can learn the game quickly and safely.

Netball (Mixed)

su144@sunion.warwick.ac.uk University of Warwick Rugby Football Club provides an all encompassing University experience. It offers both a variable level of rugby, so whether you ‘pack down’ regularly, or have never passed a ball; an unrivalled club identity and experience awaits.

Warwick Mountains

su136@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.mixednetball.tk/ Mixed Netball is a perfect combination of competitive sports and socialness. A friendly bunch of folk who welcome members throughout the year. You don’t need to have played netball before to join, anyone of any skill level can: whether you’re the David Beckham or Dane Bowers of the netball world: you’re welcome to join!

Pick ‘n’ Mix su391@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Can’t decide which sport is for you? Want to try out something new in a fun, non-competitive and friendly atmosphere? Then Pick & Mix Sports is for you! So whether a beginner or a pro, come along to a session and see what you’ve been missing out on!

Polo su358@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://www.wix.com/warwickpolo/club Warwick Polo enables students to play the ‘sport of kings’. Based around 15 minutes off campus, the club has seen many players with little or no experience improve to achieve recognition at a national level. Polo is played all year round, indoor and out; so there is plenty of chance for you to play a team sport with a difference.

Pool pool@warwicksu.com www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/pool/ Warwick Pool offers students the chance to compete in a very sociable atmosphere. Catering for both 8 and 9 ball pool and having their own Pool ladder running all year; this club gets you participating in sport in a more genteel fashion.

Rugby (Mens)

Rugby (Women’s) su145@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Women’s rugby is a physical game on the pitch, but a very social team off it. With a vast range of players from beginners all the way to high level, Women’s rugby gives every member of the club a chance be trained by a highly experienced coach and an opportunity to play rugby weekly in the BUCS leagues. So if you fancy ‘boshing’ someone women’s rugby maybe the sport for you.

Sailing sailing@sunion.warwick.ac.uk An eclectic mix of some of the country’s most exciting young sailors and brilliant young fraternisers makes Warwick sailing club truly the club where dreams are made. With a plethora of trips to get you off dryland and into a yacht; Sailing offers something for everyone.

Shotokan Karate su149@warwicksu.com www.kugb.org/ Karate is a form of self defence that literally means ‘empty handed’. Instructors teach a whole range of styles including Kumite and Kata. The club tries to not only improve physical strength, but also mental strength and self confidence, creating an eclectic mix of sport and self discipline.

www.warwick.ac.uk/go/sportatwarwick

warwickmotorsport@hotmail.com www.warwickmotorsport.co.uk Warwick Motorsport is dedicated to promoting, enjoying and participating in any and all forms of motorsport for all its members. Over the course of the year we will host a lot of karting events, indoor, outdoor and off-road!!

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Sports Clubs S - U

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Taekwondo

info@skydivewarwick.co.uk www.skydivewarwick.com The skydiving club is a highly active team known for its Great Warwick Jump where over 400 members of the club go Skydiving for Charity. The aim is to get as many people as possible to experience the thrill of skydiving.

su159@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Originated as a Korean military martial art of self-defence, Taekwondo is a quick powerful method of fighting with hands and feet. Taekwondo is a good way to stay fit for any member, plus non-compulsory gradings every term for those more serious.

Snooker

T’ai Chi

warwicksnooker@hotmail.com www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/snooker With its own snooker ladder, as well as numerous tournaments throughout the year, the snooker club caters for all abilities on a social and competitive level. Professional coaching is also provided for those wishing to improve their game in hope of becoming the next Rocket Ronnie.

su305@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/taichi Practicing ‘Lee’ or ‘Yin’, T’ai Chi is based on the gentle form of exercise from ancient Chinese Philosophy Taoism. T’ai Chi is a great way to combat the stresses of university life, as well as improving flexibility relaxation and mental focus.

Warwick Snow

Tennis

su152@warwicksu.com www.warwicksnow.net With massive events such as Avalanche, the Snow Ball and ski tours to Europe, Warwick Snow is one of the largest clubs on campus offering something for all levels of skiers and boarders. From beginners lessons to tours to some of the toughest mountains in Europe Warwick Snow caters for all.

su161@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.tennisclub.uwcs.co.uk The tennis club offers opportunities for players of all standards to get involved with tennis at Warwick. For social members, the club runs weekly social play sessions, a ladder system, coaching and tournaments throughout the year. For competitive players, we provide opportunities to represent the University and offer top-level coaching.

Squash

Ten Pin Bowling

squash@sunion.warwick.ac.uk This challenging, dynamic and social sport has 3 Men’s and 1 Ladies team competing in both the local and inter university leagues and twice weekly club nights, we cater for every ability. So whether you’re our new Superstar, want to try something new or are simply ‘game’ for a laugh and meeting new people, join the Squash Club.

enquiries@warwickbowling.co.uk http://m-kenny.co.uk/warwickbowling.co.uk/ Strike!! Catering for the best players in the country right down to those who haven’t bowled since primary school, ten pin bowling offers a natural social side; along with a competitive nature with their internal university league.

Sub Aqua

su163@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/thaiboxing Also known as Muay Thai, Thai boxing is the martial art of eight limbs combining kicks, punches, knees and elbows with a no-nonsense attitude. For those who wish to improve their self-confidence, fitness and also learn a feared martial art, then why not try Thai Boxing.

SubAqua@sunion.warwick.ac.uk http://wusac.co.uk/ Diving with Sub Aqua will bring unique and memorable encounters with some of the world’s most beautiful animals in their natural environment. Also, fielding an underwater hockey (octopush) team who regularly compete in national university tournaments. Octopush is a team sport played on the pool bottom in snorkelling kit. An extraordinary chance to get fit, have fun and challenge yourself in a brand new way.

Surf info@warwicksurf.com www.warwicksurf.com Warwick Surf is a dynamic club that offers something a bit different. With trips to Cornwall’s best beaches and professional tuition, giving everyone a chance to learn how to surf from beginner to hardened surfbum.

Swimming & Waterpolo wuff@warwicksu.com www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/wuff A club that gives people the chance to play two sports in one club. With dedicated sessions for beginners of both swimming and waterpolo, to national level swimmers, all is encompassed within the one club; creating a great blend of young athletes of all levels training together.

Table Tennis

Warwick Sport

tabletennis@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/socs/su158 Table Tennis is a club that caters for all standards. So if you want to have a fun game against your mates; or whether you play at a high standard and seek to improve your play our club will be right for you. The club provide all the equipment, so just turn up ready to play.

Thai Boxing

Trampolining su167@warwicksu.com http://warwicksport.warwick.ac.uk/clubs/trampolining The club is fun, friendly and definitely the one to join for all you high flyers out there. We have great coaches who cater for all abilities – from beginner’s right up to the more experienced trampolinist. With training up to three times a week the trampoline club is definitely the most fun on campus. Come bounce along and see for yourself

Triathlon & Road Cycling su168@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www2.warwick.ac.uk/sunion/triathlon Triathlon offers a combination of swimming, cycling and running together, but is a club that offers to help anyone in each event individually. The club have a good mix of staff and students creating a strong mix of youth and experience to help any level of athlete improve. Taking part in numerous events throughout the year, this club offers everything from attempting an Ironman to a bike ride in the countryside.

Ultimate Frisbee su169@warwicksu.com www.warwickbears.co.uk Seen as a cross between Netball and American Football, Ultimate Frisbee is very much inclusive of all, with indoor, outdoor men’s, women’s, and mixed tournaments played all year round. One of the longest running clubs at Warwick in its 34th year as a club, Ultimate Frisbee offers plenty of fitness and fun for all who join.


Volleyball general@warwickvolleyball.co.uk The Volleyball Club is a popular, multi-cultural club. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, welcoming players of all standards and backgrounds, from those who have never played, to those who dig, set and spike for a living! The Club runs regular training and matches to improve abilities and give as many people as possible a chance to play competitively.

Weight Training weighttraining@sunion.warwick.ac.uk www.sunion.warwick.ac.uk/socs/su178/default.htm Offering advice and information to those who join, the weights training club offers a helping hand to improve fitness and strength to those who are new to weight training, whilst supporting the sport of weight training in its own right. Opening doors to make weight training more accessible to all in a safe environment, is a key part of this clubs philosophy.

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Department of Physical Education & Sport

Windsurf su172@warwicksu.com A vibrant club that offers qualified coaching to all levels of windsurfers. Based at Draycote water 20 minutes from main campus, the club provides the chance for beginners to learn, and the more advanced to compete against other universities; creating a great experience for all who are part of the club.

Yoga yoga@sunion.warwick.ac.uk Yoga can be practiced by anyone! No matter what your shape, size or level of fitness. With its wide ranging physical and mental benefits Yoga is a perfect all round exercise that can be done on its own or as a perfect compliment to other forms of exercise. So when the workload starts piling on and you need that extra bit of relaxation to get you through, Yoga will relax you to help tackle those essays.

ZSK kickboxing su176@warwicksu.com www.zskchinesekickboxing.com If you are thinking about trying a martial art whilst at University then ZSK Chinese Kickboxing is definitely worth a go, whether you are advanced or a total beginner. Classes are perfect for anyone looking to improve their fitness and learn practical self-defence techniques whilst also experiencing the traditional aspects involved in martial arts.

Medics Sport Sport at Warwick Medical School fields strong teams on a weekly basis, creating opportunity for medics students to join a large number of clubs that are involved in the leagues and NAMS (National Association of Medical Schools) tournaments. These include Men’s and Womens Rugby, Men’s and Women’s Football, Cricket, Netball, Mixed Hockey, Pool, Tennis and a Squash ladder that runs throughout the year. Medics Sport is integrated with Warwick Sport, giving the clubs more opportunities for all Clubs to both grow and develop in number and reputation.

www.warwick.ac.uk/go/sportatwarwick

For even more information on each club please visit: http://warwicksport.warwick.ac.uk/clubs/


Club Timetables

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Club

Terms 1 & 2

Timetables Aerobics – Monday 2:30 – 4:30pm (Studio) Wednesday 1:30 - 3:30pm (Studio) Thursday 3:30 – 5:30 (Studio) Friday 2:30 – 4:30pm (Studio)

Please note that those clubs that are not listed as having training times are either trip based clubs, or clubs that train off campus. Please contact the Club Exec for more details of training sessions and trips. These sessions are subject to change throughout the year, especially during Term 3.

Floorball – Tuesday 2 – 4pm (Main Hall) Thursday 3 - 5pm (Main Hall) Saturday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Main Hall)

Aikido – Wednesday 8 – 9:30pm (Activity Room) Friday 5 - 7pm (Activity Room)

Football (Mens) – Tuesday 5:30 - 8pm (Tarkett Pitch) Thursday 6:30 – 8:30pm (Tarkett Pitch)

American Football – Wednesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Tarkett Pitch)

Football (Womens) – Tuesday 8 – 9:55pm (Tarkett Pitch) Friday 6 – 7:30pm (Tarket Pitch)

Archery – Monday 2 – 4pm (Westwood Games Hall) Tuesday 9 – 11am (Westwood Games Hall) Wednesday 1 – 2pm (Westwood Lecture Room) Wednesday 2 - 5pm (Westwood Games Hall) Friday 2 - 4pm (Westwood Games Hall) Sunday 1 - 3.30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Athletics and Cross Country Monday 5 - 6pm (Activity Room) Tuesday 5pm (Cryfield) Wednesday 2pm (Cryfield) Wednesday 2 – 4pm (Westwood Games Hall) Thursday 5 - 6pm (Activity Room) Friday 5 – 7pm (Westwood Games Hall) Sunday 10:30am (Sports Centre)

Futsal (5-a-side club) – Thursday 11 - 12pm (Main Hall) Golf – Tuesday 5.45pm (John Reay Driving Range) Thursday 5.45pm (John Reay Driving Range) Handball – Sunday 8:00 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Hockey (Ladies) – Monday 5:30 - 7pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Monday 5:30 - 7pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Thursday 5:30 – 8:30pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Saturday 11am – 12:30pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Saturday 11am – 12:30pm (Artificial Pitch 2)

Badminton – Monday 9:30 – 11:30am (Desso Hall) Tuesday 5 – 7:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Main Hall) Wednesday 7 – 9:30pm (Main Hall) Thursday 10:30am – 12:30pm (Desso Hall) Friday 8 - 10am (Westwood Games Hall) Friday 6 – 9:30pm (Main Hall) Saturday 9:30 – 11:30am and 1:30 – 3:30pm (Desso Hall) Sunday 4:30 – 6:30pm (Desso Hall) Basketball – Monday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Monday 8 – 9:30pm (Main Hall) Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Thursday 7 – 9:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Friday 6 - 9.30pm (Main Hall) Saturday 3:30 – 5:30pm (Desso Hall) Sunday 3 – 5pm (Main Hall) Canoe – Monday 8:30 - 9:30pm (Swimming Pool) Thursday 3 - 4pm (Swimming Pool) Friday 7.30 - 8.30pm (Swimming Pool) Canoe Polo – Tuesday 7:15 – 9:30pm (Swimming Pool) Friday 9:45 – 11:15am (Swimming Pool) Cheerleaders – Monday 6:30 -8pm (Studio) Wednesday 8 - 10am (Westwood Games Hall) Sunday 3:30 – 8:00pm (Westwood Games Hall) Classical and Modern Dance – Monday 11:30am – 2:30pm (Studio) Tuesday 3:30 – 5:30pm (Studio) Wednesday 3:30 – 5:30pm (Studio) Thursday 1:30 – 3:30pm (Studio) Friday 10:30am – 2:30pm (Studio) Climbing – Tuesday 4 - 6pm (Bear Rock Climbing Centre) Thursday 4 - 6pm (Bear Rock Climbing Centre)

Warwick Sport

Cricket (Ladies) – Tuesday 4 - 5:30pm (Desso Hall) Thursday 6:30 - 8pm (Desso Hall) Cricket (Men’s) – Tuesday 5:30 - 7:30pm (Desso Hall) Thursday 8 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Friday 1:30 – 3:30pm (Desso Hall) Sunday 12:30 – 2:30pm (Desso Hall) Dodgeball – Monday 2:30 – 3:30pm (Desso Hall) Thursday 3 - 4pm (Westwood Games Hall) Friday 5 - 6pm (Main Hall) Fencing – Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Wednesday 7 – 9:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Five-A-Side – Matches booked through clubs website.

Hockey (Men’s) – Monday 7 – 8:30pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Monday 7 – 8:30pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Friday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Friday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Saturday 2 – 5pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Hockey (Mixed) – Sunday 1 - 3pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Jitsu – Wednesday 5 - 7pm (Westwood Games Hall) Friday 5 - 7pm (Westwood Games Hall) Judo – Monday 5 – 8:30pm (Cryfield Pavilion) Wednesday 6.30 – 8.00pm (Activity Room) Friday 5:30 – 7:30 (Desso Hall) (Term 1 Only) Sunday 5 – 7:30pm (Activity Room) Kali-Jeet Kune Do – Monday 8 – 9:30pm (Activity Room) Saturday 2 - 4pm (Activity Room) Kempo Ju Jitsu – Tuesday 6:30 - 8pm (Activity Room) Thursday 6:30 - 8pm (Activity Room) Saturday 11am - 2pm (Activity Room) Kung Fu – Wednesday 8 – 9:30pm (Westwood Dance Studio) Thursday 8 – 9:30pm (Westwood Dance Studio) Sunday 11 - 12.30pm and 4:30 – 6:30pm (Studio)


Latin and Ballroom – Monday 6 - 8pm (Westwood Games Hall) Thursday 6.30 – 9.30pm (Cryfield Pavilion) Friday 6 – 9:30pm (Westwood Dance Studio) Saturday 2 - 5pm (Westwood Dance Studio) Sunday 12:30 - 5pm (Westwood Dance Studio)

Wednesday 2 – 4.30pm (Squash Courts, Main Sports Centre) Thursday 7 – 9.30pm (Squash Courts, Main Sports Centre) Friday 3 – 6pm (Squash Courts, Main Sports Centre)

Thai Boxing – Wednesday 5 – 6.30pm (Activity Room) Friday 7 - 9pm (Activity Room) Sunday – 12 - 2pm (Activity Room)

Sub Aqua – Thursday 7 – 9:30pm (Swimming Pool) Sunday 7 – 8.30pm (Octopush) (Swimming Pool)

Lifesaving – Monday 5 - 7pm (Swimming Pool) Wednesday 1:30 – 3:30pm (Swimming Pool) Tuesday 5 – 7pm (Westwood Lecture Room) Friday 11.15am - 12.15pm and 2 – 3pm (Swimming Pool) Saturday 10:30am – 12.30pm (Swimming Pool)

Medics – Medics Hockey – Monday 8:30 – 9:55pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Medics Netball – Monday 8 – 9:30 (Westwood Games Hall) Medics Football – Wednesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Medics Football (Womens) – Thursday 8:30 – 9.55pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Medics Football – Friday 9 – 9.55pm (Tarkett Pitch) Medics Rugby – Thursday 8:30 – 9:55pm (Tarkett Pitch) Medics Badminton – Sunday 6:30 - 8pm (Desso Hall)

Swimming and Waterpolo – Monday 7:20 - 9:20am (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Monday 4 - 5pm (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Monday 7 – 8:30pm (Water Polo) (Swimming Pool) Tuesday 7:20 – 9:20am (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Tuesday 4 – 5:15pm (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Wednesday 3:30 - 5pm (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Wednesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Waterpolo) (Swimming Pool) Thursday 4 - 6pm (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Thursday 6 - 7pm (Waterpolo) (Swimming Pool) Friday 7:20 - 9.20am (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Friday 4:30 - 6pm (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Saturday 8.30 – 10am (Swimming) (Swimming Pool) Saturday 10 – 11am (Swimming) (Weights Room, Sports Centre)

Volleyball – Wednesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Thursday 7 – 9:30pm (Main Hall) Friday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Desso Hall) Saturday 4 - 6pm (Westwood Games Hall) Sunday 10:30am – 12:30pm (Desso Hall)

Netball – Tuesday 6 – 7:30pm (Main Hall) Wednesday 1:30 – 3:30pm (Westwood Courts) Thursday 5 – 6:30pm (Desso Hall) Pick and Mix Sports – Friday 3:30 – 5:30pm (Desso Hall)

Pool – Weekly Competitions in Union or Riley’s (Coventry) please contact the Club for more information. Roller Hockey – Thursday 5:30 - 7:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Saturday 12 – 2pm (Westwood Games Hall)

T’ai Chi – Thursday 6:30 - 8pm (Westwood Dance Studio) Table Tennis – Monday 6 – 8pm (Activity Room) Tuesday 8 - 9.30pm (Activity Room) Wednesday 2 - 5pm (Activity Room) Friday – 2 - 4pm (Activity Room) Sunday 10am - 12pm (Activity Room)

Rowing – Monday 6:30 – 7:30pm (Desso Hall) Rugby (Men’s) – Monday 6:30 – 8:30pm (Tarkett Pitch) Friday 7:30 – 9pm (Tarkett Pitch)

Yoga – Monday 3:30 - 5pm (Cryfield Pavilion) Thursday 4:30 – 6pm (Cryfield Pavilion) Friday 3 – 5pm (Cryfield Pavilion)

Rugby (Women’s) – Monday 4:30 – 6:30pm (Tarkett Pitch) Thursday 4:30 – 6:30pm (Tarkett Pitch)

Zhuan Shu Kuan – Tuesday 5 – 6:30pm (Activity Room) Thursday 8 – 9:30pm (Activity Room) Sunday 2 - 4pm (Activity Room)

Rugby League – Monday 8:30 – 9:55pm (Tarkett Pitch) Friday 5 - 6pm (Tarkett Pitch) Shotokan Karate – Tuesday 7:30 – 9:30pm (Studio) Thursday 6:30 - 8pm (Studio) Friday 6:30 – 8:00pm (Studio) Squash – Monday 7 – 9.30pm (Squash Courts, Main Sports Centre) Tuesday 7 – 9.30pm (Squash Courts, Main Sports Centre)

Triathlon and Road Cycling – Monday 5 - 7pm (Swimming Pool) Wednesday 6:30 – 8:30pm (Studio) Thursday 7:30 – 9am (Swimming Pool) Friday 7:30 – 8:30pm (Studio) Sunday 9:30 -11am (Studio) Sunday 6 - 7pm (Swimming Pool) Ultimate Frisbee – Tuesday 4 – 5pm (Main Hall) Monday 4 - 5pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Friday 3 – 5pm (Main Hall)

Mixed Netball – Monday 7 - 8pm (Main Hall) Wednesday 1:30 – 3:30pm (Westwood Courts) Sunday 14:30 – 16:30pm (Westwood Courts)

Polo – Lessons offered at various times during the week at Offchurch Bury Polo Club, for more information please contact the club.

Trampolining – Monday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Desso Hall) Wednesday 12:30 – 2:30pm (Desso Hall) Friday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Desso Hall) (Term 1 Only) Saturday 5:30 – 7:30pm (Desso Hall)

Taekwondo – Tuesday 6:30 – 9:30pm (Cryfield Pavilion) Friday 7 – 9:30pm (Westwood Games Hall) Ten Pin Bowling – Wednesday 2pm (Meet at Rootes Reception to travel to Bowling Alley in Nuneaton) Tennis – Sessions at the Tennis Centre please contact Club for more information.

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Lacrosse – Monday 8:30 – 9:55pm (Artificial Pitch 2) Tuesday 4 - 5.30pm (Tarkett Pitch) Tuesday 5 – 7pm (Artificial Pitch 1) Thursday 6 - 9pm (Artificial Pitch 2)

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Contact Information

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CONTACT

Information PHONE NUMBERS

Sports Centre – 024 765 23011/23039 Westwood Games Hall – 024 765 24734 Cryfield Pavilion – 024 765 72467 Fitness Suite – 024 765 74599 Tennis Centre – 024 761 50690/50687

POSTAL ADDRESS

Sports Centre University of Warwick Coventry CV4 7AL

Warwick Sport

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT STAFF

Terry Monnington Director of Physical Education and Sport Tel: 024 765 24639 Email T.Monnington@warwick.ac.uk

James Ellis Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sport Tel: 024 765 23100 Email J.A.Ellis@warwick.ac.uk

Zoë Evans Secretary to the Director of Physical Education and Sport Tel: 024 765 23008 Email z.evans@warwick.ac.uk

Carolyn Quinney Operations Manager Tel: 024 765 24733 Email C.Quinney@warwick.ac.uk

Heather Battersby Sports Facilities Co-ordinator Tel: 024 765 24993 Email H.M.Battersby@warwick.ac.uk

Hugh Edwards Finance Assistant Tel: 024 765 72848 Email H.G.Edwards@warwick.ac.uk

Vincent McElvenny Pavilion Steward Tel: 024 765 72467 Email V.J.B.Mcelvenny@warwick.ac.uk

Rachel Riley-Rheeders Fitness Development Supervisor Tel: 024 765 74599 Email R.Riley@warwick.ac.uk

Steven Dealtry Fitness Development Co-ordinator Tel: 024 765 74599 Email S.Dealtry@warwick.ac.uk

Colin Little Climbing Centre Manager Tel: 024 765 24880 Email C.W.Little@warwick.ac.uk

Penny Garbutt Tennis Centre Tel: 024 761 50688 Email Penny.Garbutt@warwick.ac.uk

General enquiries: fitness@warwick.ac.uk

Fax Number: 024 7652 8231 (International +44 24 7652 8231)

Website: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/sportscentre/


STUDENT SPORT REPRESENTATIVES

Gemma Morris Warwick Sport Manager Tel: 024 761 50383 Email G.L.Morris@warwick.ac.uk

George Whitworth Sports Officer Tel: 024 765 72776 Email sports@warwicksu.com

Lisa Infantino Sports Development Co-ordinator Tel: 024 765 75112 Email Lisa.Infantino@warwicksu.com

Kimberley Robinson Student Sport Committee Chair Email studentsportcommittee@warwicksu.com

Joseph Barr Sports Administrator Tel: 024 765 75115 Email J.N.Barr@warwick.ac.uk

Peter Parker Sports Administrator Tel: 024 765 75109 Email pparker@warwicksu.com

Colleen John IT Officer Tel: 024 761 50040 Email Colleen.John@warwick.ac.uk

Fax Number: 024 7657 5113 (International +44 24 7657 5113)

Website: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/warwicksport/

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Location of Campus Sports Facilities

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LOCATION OF CAMPUS

Sports Facilities Westwood Sports Facilities l l l l l l

2 Floodlit Sand Filled All Weather Synthetic Pitches 3G Rubber Crumb Synthetic Grass Pitch Athletics Track Games Hall Indoor 4 Court Tennis Centre 4 Outdoor Tennis Courts

Westwood Sports Facilities and Tennis Centre

Games Hall

Sports Centre Main Campus

Cryfield Sports Facilities

Cryfield

Warwick Sport

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8 Football Pitches 3 Rugby Pitches 2 Lacrosse Pitches 2 Cricket Pitches Pavilion with Social Space and Changing Facilities

l Main Hall l Desso Hall l 6 Squash Courts l Swimming Pool l Aerobics Studio l Activity Room l Fitness Suite l Performance Weights Room l Indoor Climbing Centre

Design/Artwork/Repro: gary.davis@petrelporpoisedesign.co.uk

Sports Centre


TRAVEL

INFORMATION From the North

From the South

From the M69/M6 interchange (M6 Jct 2) take A46 towards Warwick and Coventry S & E.

From M40 Jct 15 take A46 towards Coventry. After approximately 8 miles leave A46 at junction signposted ‘University of Warwick and Stoneleigh’.

After approximately 3.5 miles you will reach Tollbar End roundabout (junction with A45). At the roundabout, follow signs for A45 Birmingham. After approximately 3 miles you will cross the A429 (Kenilworth Road). half a mile after this junction take the lefthand turn signposted ‘University of Warwick’. Follow signs for University of Warwick (and Warwick Arts Centre) across two roundabouts. You are now approaching the University of Warwick from Kirby Corner Road.

After a further 1.5 miles you will cross the A429 (Kenilworth Road). You are now approaching the University of Warwick from Gibbet Hill Road.

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From the West From M42 Jct 6 take A45 towards Coventry. After approximately 9 miles you will pass a large Sainsbury store on your left. At the next roundabout (Fire Station on right) take the right-hand exit, signposted ‘University and Canley’.

From the South East From M45 Jct 1 take A45 towards Coventry. After approximately 7 miles you will reach Tollbar End roundabout (junction with A46) follow signs for A45 Birmingham.

Follow signs for University of Warwick (and Warwick Arts Centre) across two roundabouts. You are now approaching the University of Warwick from Kirby road corner.

Now follow directions as for arriving from the North

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Sports Centre University of Warwick Coventry CV4 7AL Telephone: Sports Centre Westwood Games Hall Tennis Centre Pavilion Fitness Suite -

024 765 23011/23039 024 765 24734 024 761 50690/50687 024 765 72467 024 765 74599

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