Purple Wednesday's Flashback

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It's the end of the year, so it's time to take a look back on what has been an incredible few months of sport! This year saw the launch of 'Purple Wednesday's', which is a new weekly sports show broadcast on RGU:TV. Each week, you're given a run down of everything that has been happening with our sports teams, with a regular 'Star of the Week' and winners and losers. 

The show was created by RGU:Union's President (Sport and Physical Activity) GianPiero Franchi, with support from a wide range of students including Courtney Valentine, Gavin Rittoo, Gabriel Antoniazzi and more. Take a look back on this year's sporting achievements with our Purple Wednesday's Flashback!

Week One 

 

Week Two

 

Week Three

 

Week Four

 

Week Five

 

Week Six

 

Week Seven

 

Week Eight

 

Week Nine

 

Week Ten

 

Week Eleven

 

Week Twelve

 

Week Thirteen

 

Week Fourteen

 

Week Fifteen

 

Week Sixteen

BONUS: Blues Dance Video

 

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