Newly crowned British Judo Champion Sally Conway is looking forward to tucking into a well-earned Christmas dinner following a hectic finish to the year.
Promising triathlete Marc Austin has been named Scotland’s Young Sports Person of the Year – picking up his award at a star-studded ceremony in Glasgow just hours after completing a university maths exam.
Law, geography, mathematics, physics. You name it, Robert Blair has studied it. And fresh from his badminton mixed doubles success at the Scottish Open Grand Prix, the 32-year-old former world silver medallist is enjoying the opportunity to broaden his horizons.
Two University of Stirling students have been shortlisted in the running for the Young Sports Person of the Year at the Scottish Sports Awards.
Scotland’s colleges and universities are brimming with sporting talent preparing for Commonwealth, Olympic and Paralympic success.
Athletes across more Scottish colleges and universities than ever before are now accessing Winning Students support.
World U23 silver medallist Iona Riley is one of seven students to gain scholarship support after rowing was confirmed as a Winning Students core sport.
University of Stirling English student Amber Maslen does it. Now so can you.
Canoeing is a nationwide search for fit, powerful, and competitive female athletes. This is a golden opportunity to develop your potential and become part of Britain's sporting elite to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Have you got what it takes?
A college course and a sports scholarship is providing gymnast Amy Regan with the perfect balance in her bid to medal at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Winning Students has received a glowing report card from Scotland’s student athletes in a recent study.
Nominations have now closed for the Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards 2013.
Nominations are now open for the Sunday Mail sportscotland Scottish Sports Awards 2013.
The recent World Orienteering Championships in Finland featured a plethora of talented graduates from the Edinburgh Centre of Excellence.
Scotland Hockey international David Forsyth will take a brief pause from his new career with sporting giants Adidas to compete at the EuroHockey Nations Championship II next week.
It’s been a winning July for Winning Students, with nine swimmers competing at the top levels of swimming competitions at both the FINA World Championships and the World University Games.
Robert Gordon University rower Iona Riley led the Scottish charge at the World Rowing U23 Championships in Linz, Austria, by claiming a silver medal.
It’s been a rocky two years for Judo player Samantha Clark who has been off the mat after rupturing her knee in a competition in 2011, specifically her ACL, MCL, and LCL.
Swimmer Joseph Welstead signed off from his studies in style receiving a First Class Honours Business Management degree.
Scottish school pupils discovered the winning combination of sport and study at a trio of athlete visits in June.
From winning her first Scottish Junior U17 Doubles tournament to competing for an unbeaten Scotland at the 2013 European Mixed Team Championships, Caitlin Pringle has been on the fast track for success in her short badminton career.
Forrester High School pupils were treated to a physical education lesson with an added kick as five-time British Karate champion Chloe MacLean returned to her former school.
There was a great weekend of racing in Glasgow for Winning Students at the Scottish Gas National Open Swimming Championships.
Marc Austin completed his university maths exams then changed into his tri-suit and collected a brace of medals at the European Junior Triathlon Championships in Turkey.
Women's U19 captain Siobhan Hunter has been handed her first senior Scotland call-up.
Psychology student Gordon Reid completed a marathon May by becoming the first British player to win the International Tennis Federation's Male Player of the Year Award for players on the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Tour.
Gifted runner Eilish McColgan is on course for an excellent career beyond sport after completing her university degree.
Scotland's best badminton players recorded a fantastic four wins out of four to finish atop their group at the 2013 Sudirman Cup World Mixed Team Championships.
Swimmer Danielle Huskisson looks set to be selected for the 2013 FINA World Championships in Barcelona after a brave display in her first ever 10k open water event.
Law student and badminton star Robert Blair is aiming to qualify for his second Commonwealth Games – but his first competing for Scotland.
Record numbers of current and prospective students applied to receive Individual Scholarship support from Winning Students.
Badminton star Kirsty Gilmour helped launch Commonwealth Games Scotland’s Go Scotland campaign today.
Scots swimmer Hope Gordon is hoping to make a splash at a Paralympics.
A University of Stirling student has enjoyed a winning start to the season claiming a play-off victory in the opening Scottish Golf Order of Merit event.
Weightlifter Haris Ansari has started 2013 in sublime form clinching two golds and a silver in a tightly packed 20 days of action.
Rising star Kimberley Reed used to do ballet and swimming but is now bidding to qualify for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games – throwing the hammer.
Winning Students athletes met school pupils from across Scotland throughout March at the Lead 2014 conferences.
Scotland hockey international Holly Cram believes the move to full-time training this summer will be a major boost as the side prepares for major tournaments on the horizon.
A fluke strike for Scotland U19 international Kirsty Smith has given the Edinburgh College student the confidence to repeat the feat in next month’s UEFA Women’s U19 Championship qualifiers.
World Junior Curling champion Kyle Smith believes the sport in Scotland is enjoying a golden period.
Gifted athletes studying at college or university in Scotland can apply now for a national sports scholarship.
Commonwealth swimmer Ryan Bennett is on course for Glasgow 2014, but not before a shot at World Championship qualification.
Curler Kyle Waddell is hoping to heat up the ice at the World Junior Curling Championships as part of a student-led Scottish men’s team.
Rising judo star Conall McGregor is hoping to floor the competition in European and World Judo Championships later this year.
University of Glasgow vet student Laura Muir has been called up to the Great Britain & Ireland team for the European Indoor Championships in Sweden next month.
Modern Pentathlete Rebecca Wain is a bundle of energy…and it’s just as well as the University of Aberdeen student is honing her skills in not one sport, but five.
Two Winning Students athletes have received a further boost in their bid to compete at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Teenage triathlete Marc Austin continued his impressive rise through the ranks with a bronze medal at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival (AYOF).
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