Taxis Cup



Glasgow Taxi Cup preview

12th March 2020

Dylan Tuck Sports Editor With the Taxi Cup set to return this month, here’s all you need to know about the tournament.  If you’re an avid follower of sporting events on campus, you may be hearing a fair bit about the Glasgow Taxi Cup this month. The tournament is one of the most prestigious and ...


Glasgow University win eighth consecutive Taxis Cup

14th March 2018

Max Kelly Sports Editor Glasgow University have won the Glasgow Taxis Cup for the eighth consecutive year. Their win of the intervarsity tournament in which the University’s teams compete in sixteen sports against city rivals Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian (GCU) was announced at Scotstoun following the conclusion of the Badminton tournament. Strathclyde won events such ...


Strathclyde dominant on a controversial day at Garscube

30th March 2017

Megan Brass Writer There was no shortage of excitement at Garscube where Strathclyde snatched the win for both Men’s and Women’s Hockey in the Glasgow Taxis Cup 2017 much to the disappointment of Glasgow. Despite winning their games against Glasgow Caledonian, both the men’s and women’s clubs from Glasgow had tough matches against Strathclyde and ...


GU Athletics win in dramatic fashion

30th March 2017

Dora Pongracz Writer The Glasgow University Athletics Club continued their longheld dominance at the Taxis Cup as they fought back from the brink to secure the Athletics title. With Strathclyde looking on course to win, Glasgow turned things around and overcame a dropped baton in the women’s 4x100m relay to win the event by a ...


As it Happened: Taxis Cup 2017 Live Blog

15th March 2017

Welcome to the complete Glasgow Guardian Sports Live Blog for The Taxis Cup! All of our Taxis Cup coverage is available here. ...


Taxis Cup 2017 Preview: Swimming Team

13th March 2017

Jack Haugh Sports Editor The Glasgow University Swimming Team head into The Glasgow Taxis Cup determined to regain their title having surprisingly failed to win last year’s Swimming competition, the first time they have ever failed to do so. However, having enjoyed a good year and with Olympian Camilla Hattersley in their ranks, club captain ...


Taxis Cup 2017: Strathclyde hopeful of finally breaking Glasgow’s streak

12th March 2017

Jack Haugh Sports Editor Strathclyde University are heading into this year’s Taxis Cup with high hopes as they look to end their six year drought at the inter-city event. Having reached a record high 24th in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) standings and with a number of teams winning titles throughout the year ...


Taxis Cup 2017 Preview: Women’s Hockey Club

10th March 2017

Megan Brass Writer Glasgow Uni Women’s Hockey look like they are in a strong position to continue their reign at The Glasgow Taxi’s Cup this year. Being a BUCS league above Glasgow Caledonian University and having won against Strathclyde twice this season, Club Captain Rebecca Boyle is confident that the 1st XI have the title ...


Taxis Cup 2017 Preview: Athletics Club

10th March 2017

Dora Prongracz Writer The Glasgow University Athletics Club head into the Taxis Cup full of expectation having enjoyed a hugely successful year.  The club is Scottish Indoor Champions for seven years in a row and triumphant in last year’s competition, the club are hoping to continue their success.   Heading into the event, the club’s ...


Taxis Cup 2017 Preview: Trampoline Club

10th March 2017

Emma McKenzie Writer Glasgow University Trampoline club have had a highly successful year in the Scottish Student Sports league and so are heading into the Taxis Cup full of confidence that they can defend their title. They are currently in joint third position, ahead of local rivals Strathclyde University and Glasgow Caledonian University, in the ...