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Emily Bell, Colette Russell, Laura Vass and Robyn Halcrow starred as Cambridge retained the Varsity trophy
Felix Craig-McFeely and Zuhri James were on the men’s team that beat Oxford by five lengths
The coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown period brought a premature end to intercollegiate sport at the University of Cambridge, which has enabled Fitzwilliam College to enjoy a full trophy cabinet.
Alastair Hignell (History 1974) was the second man to captain the University of Cambridge at both rugby union and cricket.
Judoka Reda Arab returned from the British University Championships with a silver medal earlier this year.
Fitzwilliam’s men’s rugby team remain on course for the League and Cup double after reaching the Cuppers final for the first time in 15 years.
Fitzwilliam’s netball team have added to the College’s sporting success in 2019-20 and are setting their sights set on further glory.
Professor Michael Potter and Dr Ashton Brown were honoured for their contribution to rowing at Fitzwilliam College in a boat naming ceremony at the Bo
Medical student Kaesi Opara is making rapid progress at Fitzwilliam College and will compete in the British Indoor Athletics Championships this weekend.
For the first time in 38 years, Fitzwilliam’s men’s rugby union side have won the College Division One title.
Craig Rogers (Biology 2018) has been busy on the road over the summer.
Fitzwilliam’s cricketers celebrated a fourth successive Cuppers win with an eight-wicket victory over Emmanuel at Fenner’s on Thursday.