Students Win by Getting Active With UNIversal Sport

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Two lucky students have been awarded prizes as part of their commitment to sport and physical activity through the University of Gloucestershire’s new UNIversal Sport Programme launched this year.
First year students Jordan Barnes and Kim Hardwick were recently selected to receive the awards.

Jordan who studies Sports Therapy at Oxstalls Campus recently won the prize draw of a brand new Ipad 2 and a free ‘Get Active’ T-shirt for successfully completing three lots of 30 minutes of physical activity for six weeks in this year’s UNIversal Sport ‘Get Active’ promotion.
Jordan said: “I’ve loved being a part of UNIversal this year, I don’t play in any team sports but like to keep fit and the Oxstalls fitness suite is perfect for me to do just that.”

Kim, who studies at the University’s Centre for Art and Photography was our lucky prize draw winner of the £30 Prezzo vouchers after completing the recent UNIversal Sport ‘Online Feedback Survey’.
‘I’ve been to lots of classes delivered by UNIversal this year, Pilates is probably one of my favourite classes and I have just started Zumba with Lucy Heath which is great fun. I would recommend UNIversal Sport to any student looking to have some fun whilst keeping active at University’.
UNIversal Sport is delivering a condensed sport and physical activity session post Easter, all details can be found online on the UNIversal Sport pages alternatively for all the latest news and information follow UNIversal Sport on Facebook and Twitter(@UNIversalSport_)

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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