To kick off the start of the semester, MU Sport has launched its new Group Fitness Timetable. With over 60 classes running every week, we have something that caters to all fitness types. Read More
Announcing: Big Play Day!
27 February 2014
We're excited to announce that on Thursday 13 March, MU Sport will be hosting a free sporting carnival day, where you can explore our facilities, try a game of squash, join a mass Zumba Class, eat at the Food Trucks or challenge your mates on the Mega Inflatable Olympic Obstacle Course! Register now for a $5 voucher for one of the food trucks! Everyone welcome.
Bruce Ward, a stalwart supporter of the MURFC and Victorian Rugby for over 40 years, died last Monday night after a short battle with infection and lymphoma. He suffered from cancer for most of his adult life, and is survived by his wife Inga and his children.
Expressions of Interest called for Student Board Member
14 Feburary 2014
Melbourne University Sport is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from University of Melbourne Students with suitable experience to serve on the MU Sport Board.
On Friday 21 February, Architecture, Building and Planning student Katya Crema will take to the Ski Cross course at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Read Katya’s first-hand account of life in the Olympic Village so far.
Three members of the Melbourne University Cycling (MUcyc) club have been invited to participate in the 8th Meiji Jingu Gaien University Student Criterium (Tokyo), the final race in the 2013 Japanese University Road Race Cup.
While Melbourne experiences another heatwave, three of our University of Melbourne students are in the midst of Sochi Winter Olympic Games. The countdown is also for the Paralympic Winter Games which start on 7 March, with two members of the University’s community in with real medal chance. Read more in the most recent edition of the Voice here.
On World Cancer Day, 4 February, the University of Melbourne is implementing a Tobacco-Free policy on all campuses. Melbourne University Sport and the Sports Precinct spaces (in/outdoors) are all smoke free, effective immediately.
For more information and FAQs for current smokers and non-smokers alike, click here.