Cambridge has a depth of sport clubs and athletes that rivals any university in the world. Currently there are over 50 sports clubs at Cambridge and all levels of performers are welcomed from recreational games players to elite international athletes.

Amongst our alumni we have reigning double world champions in long distance duathlon Emma Pooley, British National Time Trial Champ Hayley Simmonds, and 2016 Olympic Gold medal rowers George Nash and Tom Ransley.

The Sports Service is the hub for all sport at the University, working with sports clubs and athletes, maintaining an array of world-class facilities across the city and offering everyone the chance to enjoy sport during their time in Cambridge.

Within the University Sports Centre there is an impressive strength and conditioning room, which is where many of our high level athletes train on a day to day basis. The Centre also boasts a Team Training Room, which has a custom designed training rig, a competition sized permanent boxing ring, a turf area for speed and agility drills as well as prowler work and a full array of free weights.

Many of our current TASS athletes are coached here privately for their strength and conditioning sessions on a 1-2-1 basis with their coach. As well as strength and conditioning support a range of services such as physiotherapy, sports nutrition and sports psychology advice can be facilitated by the Sport Service so that no aspect of performance is left unturned and we help you to be the best athlete you can be.

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For more details about TASS at Cambridge please contact Fitness & Strength and Conditioning Manger Tristan Coles: