cross country

Men’s rugby above and beyond

Ranking the fall Varsity teamsContinue...

All for a cause

If there’s a group of carolers on your doorstep this year, it might just be the cross country team.Continue...

For varsity squads, the time is now

Previewing Queen's 2013 fall seasons.Continue...

Women get third

Cross country coach Steve Boyd thought the women’s season would be a rebuilding year. Then the Gaels posted a third-place finish at the Guelph Open last weekend.
Boyd said he expects similar results from the women at the OUA championships on Oct. 29.
“They have a better-than-outside shot of making the podium,”
he said.Continue...

Homecoming for MacDougall

The last few months have been a homecoming for Branna MacDougall.Continue...

Gaels make strong first impression at Queen’s Invitational

Every year, running the hills of Fort Henry signifies the start of the cross country season and often sets the tone of what’s to come for the season ahead.Continue...

Looking for one last podium finish

Julie-Anne Staehli is heading into one of her last competitive racing events for Queen’s, but her career is far from over.Continue...

Sumner wins national gold in Quebec

After spending the last three years trying to hold on as long as she could in a race, Claire Sumner has made a name for herself in the running community.Continue...

Sumner wins gold in provincial cross country Championship

The 2016 regular season has been one to remember for Gaels’ cross country runners Claire Sumner and Julie-Anne Staehli.Continue...

Gaels on top at historic run

At typical races, Gaels’ cross country runner Claire Sumner sprints the last few-hundred meters to the six-kilometer mark, ending her race. At the Queen’s Invitational this past weekend, she held her pace with the front pack. With two additional kilometers to go, Sumner knew she could finish strong.Continue...

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