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As it happened: BUCS Gatorade Nationals 2015

Throughout the two day event, Burn FM brings you live coverage of the BUCS Gatorade Nationals from the English Institute of Sport, Sheffield where several Birmingham athletes are competing to win and retain medals after a highly successful time last year. Follow us for all the latest updates.


Pre-Season Testing underway in Formula 1

The first pre-season test has finished in Jerez for the new Formula 1 season, and it proved to be extremely interesting for many different reasons. One of the surprise performances in Spain came from the sport’s most famous team, Ferrari. After another disappointing season, the recruitment of four-time world champion, Sebastian Vettel, will help turn …Read More


Premier League Transfer Round Up

Premier League Transfer Round Up   There was a huge, £130 spent in the Premier League this January, and there were some big movers in this window, despite the fact it seemed fairly low key compared to Januaries of the past.   Arsenal Arsene Wenger again wasn’t as active as his fans would probably like, …Read More


Football: January Transfer Window Premier League Review by Will Poyser

January Transfer Window Premier League Review by Will Poyser I think we can all safely say that the transfer window was rather disappointing with there being very few big transfers, there were no shock mega moves that were similar to Fernando Torres’s transfer to Chelsea a few years ago. Probably the two biggest transfers in …Read More


Cheltenham Preview and Tips

Cheltenham Trials: What Did We Learn?! With just six weeks till the big week kicks off, and several bookmakers offering a money back concession for non runners, now is a great time to expand, or indeed begin, your Cheltenham ante post portfolio. Alex Miller gives us an idea of what to expect at Cheltenham in …Read More


Birmingham Dominate BUCS Cross Country Championships

The University of Birmingham’s Cross Country teams held trophies aloft as they were crowned BUCS Men’s and Women’s Team Champions for the first time in eight years in Sussex on Saturday. Jonny Hay also reclaimed the trophy he won three years ago in the Men’s race in a Birmingham 1-2 ahead of teammate Johnny Davies, after …Read More


Meet the Teams: BUAC

Meet the Teams: BUAC (Birmingham University Athletics and Cross Country Club) As we look forward to a busy few months ahead with the BUCS Cross Country Championships and Gatorade National Finals in sight, Cross Country captains Molly Riglin and Will Gray sat down with Burn FM Sport’s Alex Seftel to preview the event and tell …Read More


Men’s Rugby 1sts vs York 1sts

Men’s Rugby 1sts vs York 1sts At the Bournbrook pitches, the Men’s first XV got 2015 off to a flying start, claiming a 33-5 victory, though the game was over by half time against York. The opening period was a very one-sided affair, as Birmingham controlled both possession and territory to take a 28-0 lead …Read More


Same old Arsenal?

Same old Arsenal? Apparently not. The Gunners emerged victorious from Sunday’s trip to the Etihad – an uncharacteristic conclusion for Arsene Wenger’s side in a fixture against one of the Premier League’s big teams. However it wasn’t just the three points that were a welcome surprise for Arsenal fans – it was the manner in …Read More


Pardew returns to Palace as Manager

Crystal Palace have seen in the New Year by sacking previous manager Neil Warnock for ex-Palace player Alan Pardew. Warnock’s return to Palace had seen him only manage to get 3 wins out of 16 games leaving them struggling in the relegation zone. After his sacking on 27th December 2014 talk began about the man …Read More