We will be open this bank holiday Monday with amended opening hours. Monday 27th May 10:00 – 16:00 All group exercise classes will run as normal between theses times with an extra Advanced Step at 10:00am
Parent and Toddler will start at 10:00am Thanks The SportsPark Team
Estates and Facilities - Sport and Recreation Services
♦ phone: 0118 378 6088
We will have University Exams in the Sports Hall from Wednesday 15th until 24th of May. The good news is no classes have been cancelled and we have only had to make the following amendments.
Wednesday 15th May 12.30-1.15pm Bhangra Fitness Thursday 16th May 12.30-1.15pm Zumba 1.15-1.55pm Ashtanga Yoga Friday 17th May 12.30-1.15pm Spin 1.15-1.55pm Body Conditioning Monday 20th May 12.30-1.15pm Spin 1.15-1.55 Step Tuesday 21st May 12.30-1.15pm Pilates 1.15-1.55pm Spin Wednesday 22nd May 12.30-1.15pm Bhangra Fitness Thursday 23rd May 12.30-1.15pm Zumba 1.15-1.55pm Ashtanga Yoga Friday 24th May 12.30-1.15pm Spin 1.15-1.55pm Body Conditioning
All other classes are running as normal!
We wish everyone the best of luck in their exams!
Berkshire U20s overcame Cheshire 30-17 in an extremely competitive final at Twickenham on Saturday 4th May 2013. Outside the professional game this would represent the highest level of competition for players of this age group. Reading University has 8 players in this squad, Conor Diplock, Alfie Brierley, David Ison, Ollie Mann, Tomas Owen, Grant Merhjou, Issac Kibirige & Jack Harrison. Berkshire RFU are the smallest of all the rugby playing counties in England and it is to the credit of this group of university rugby club members that they have made a significant contribution to reaching such a prestigious final.
The popular School’s Out! multisport scheme is back for an exciting May half term, so don’t miss out on the chance to give your children a fun-filled, action-packed holiday they won’t forget!
School’s Out is delighted to inform you that it is now taking bookings the May 2013 programme for 5-13 year olds. The programme starts on Tuesday 28th May and runs until Friday 31st May 2013.
Plus book Tues, Wed and Thursday to get Friday Free Saving you £24.50!
For more information and booking forms click here
To meet demand we have added a new Wednesday circuits at 19:10 this will replace Bokwa!
RUBC alumni Charles Cousins had a great win at the GB final trials beating favourite Alan Campbell. Other strong performances came from: · Current PhD student Adam Freeman-Pask, who finished 2nd overall in the lightweight men’s event. · RUBC coach (and alumni) Sam Townsend who finished 5th overall in the heavyweight men’s single. · Also competing well in their first senior GB trials were RUBC’s Lucy Cruxton & Andrew Dowty who came 11th and 27th respectfully. Congratulations to everyone!
On Sunday 21st Berkshire under 20s defeated Lancashire 52-22 in the semi-final of the County Championship.
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RU students can now purchase SportsPark memberships online or at reception.
Membership options include:
Choose your ideal membership here To purchase online click here
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Well done to Stenton Pirate Weasels for winning the Campus Sport 11-a-side Cup Final and Unathletic Madrid for winning the 3G 5-a-side tournament.
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University of Reading Student Adam Freeman-Pask has won gold with Richard Chambers seen below, in the lightweight men’s double sculls in Sunday’s World Cup event in Sydney.
They dominated the race to see off their Chinese and Portuguese rivals. The display was a strong indicator that Chambers and Freeman-Pask are worthy successors to Mark Hunter and Zac Purchase as the Great Britain pairing.
As well as Adam picking up gold, GB won an historic gold in the men’s quad pictured left from three Reading University Alumni; Charles Cousins, Bill Lucas, Sam Townsend as well as Graeme Thomas – it’s a first ever for GB at world cup level.
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