Food for Thought: What Fuels our Athletes

Writes Ronan Maloney The role of nutrition in sport has grown to become a diverse and fundamental conversation, with particular emphasis landing on the food market. With more consumers turning to food businesses in search of the newest and most on-trend products to help them to exceed in their given field, scientific and technological advancements…

Want to Join UCC Sport’s Best Kept Secret? Then Get Inline

Writes Liam Grainger, Sports Editor Boasting over sixty individual sports clubs, UCC has well established itself as one of the top Irish universities in the number of extra-curricular activities it has on offer. A handful of these clubs require no introduction and are as old, and often as celebrated, as the university itself. Some more…

We Need to Talk About Boxing

Writes Sam Curtin, Deputy Sports Editor Welcome to the biggest story in sport right now. This might be an unusual way to start an article as for many, boxing and Daniel Kinahan are not topics discussed over the dinner table or Zoom. This story however is bigger than boxing. Who is Daniel Kinahan? He is a…

2021 Crystal Ball: Sports Predictions

With a massive sporting year ahead, which includes the postponed European Championships and Tokyo Olympics, the University Express Sports Team give their not so expert predictions for 2021. Six Nations Sam Curtin: Deputy Sports Editor At the beginning of the tournament, I fancied England but with their surprising no show at home to Scotland, I’m…

A History Of Dominant Teams

Dublin’s recent dominance in the Leinster and All-Ireland football championships have opened up conversations on funding, viability of provincial structures and a potential split of the county to make the competition more competitive. Dublin, however, are not the first team to monopolise their sport. Compared to their professional counterparts across the world, it is actually…