2017/18 was another successful year for the Winning Students programme, supporting 155 student athletes combine their academic studies with competing and training at a world-class level.
Our latest Annual Report highlights the programme’s key activity over the past 12 months, the impact its had on and off the field and a review of the scholars' many successes.
Click the link below to access the report.
Five Winning Students curling scholars booked their tickets to World Championships next month after winning the women’s and men’s Scottish titles at the weekend.
There has been European success, international tournaments and GB call-ups for our scholars over the past few months with a number of new athletes making their mark.
Find out more in our latest round-up…
Winning Students’ badminton scholars dominated this year’s Yonex Scottish National Championships as they featured in every major final at the event in Perth.
Five Winning Students curlers will compete at the highest level of student sport next month after being named in the GB squad for the 29th World University Winter Games in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
VIDEO: After an impressive 2018, which saw her win the British Universities and Colleges Order of Merit in her first year, Hazel MacGarvie is aiming to progress her golf career whilst studying at the University of Stirling.
Watch our interview with MacGarvie as she spoke to us about her golfing journey and long-term ambitions.
Video by Rob Eyton-Jones.
University of Stirling tennis scholar, Maia Lumsden, finished 2018 in style with victory at the Scottish National Championships in Edinburgh.
Winning Students’ swimmers lived up to their reputation this past weekend as they claimed over 40 medals at the Scottish Short Course Championships in Edinburgh.
Five Winning Students have been called up to the senior GB orienteering squad for 2019.
VIDEO: Heriot-Watt University and Judo Scotland scholar, Alex Short, claimed his first international senior medal after winning the men's -66kg title at the European Open event in Glasgow.
The Edinburgh-born athlete spoke to us about his success and how he plans to continue his studies whilst progressing in his sport.