Olympics

International sporting events bring fame or shame

Perspectives on the value of international athletic competitions.Continue...

Let the games begin

You’re not the only one wondering what time to watch the Olympic opening ceremonies.Continue...

Gold medal for attendance

There has been a frenzy for Canada (and the US) to boycott the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, in protest over laws that ban “homosexual propaganda”.Continue...

Issue 7: Darts & Laurels

Darts and laurels for issue 7Continue...

Sergeant’s national ambition

Three years ago, Mattie Sergeant burst onto the Canadian gymnastics scene by winning a national championship.Continue...

Olympic hopefuls flock to Queen’s

Dreams of becoming a Canadian Olympic athlete aren’t as lofty as they once seemed.

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Once in a lifetime experience in Rio

It’s often believed that one of the many roles of coaches is to help inspire athletes.

Due to concussions and shoulder surgery, Rose LaBreche was forced to retire from rugby in 2010 while...Continue...

Olympics not worth the asking price

The Olympic Games create historical memories, writing the world’s best athletes into sports folklore. But after the final ceremony, when the athletes have left and people flock to their outbound flights, what’s left for the host?Continue...

Former Queen's rugby player is Rio bound

As Rugby Sevens makes its inaugural appearance at the fast approaching Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janerio, former Gael Rose LaBreche (BSc. ’10), will make history as one of 12 women’s rugby match officials.Continue...

Sailing their way to Rio

While many will spend their summer watching the 2016 Olympics on TV, three Queen’s students have the chance to represent their country in the Rio de Janeiro Games in Brazil this summer.Continue...

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