Athletics

A craving for competition

Whether we strive to be the smartest, the fastest or the beer pong champion, it can be a rare thing to find oneself in a social context completely devoid of any contest.

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Sport meets school

This fall, over 200 new students will burst onto the Queen’s athletic scene. First year is a guaranteed challenge, but toss in daily training plus weekly travel to games, and first-year...Continue...

Student clubs hindered

Student clubs under Athletics and Recreation may not be getting the support they need.Continue...

Cycling named top club

Queen’s has a new top athletics club for the first time in three years, with cycling taking the highest honour at Monday night’s Club Awards banquet.Continue...

Rugby reigns supreme

Women’s rugby dominated the annual varsity team Colour Awards Tuesday night, snagging three of the six major awards.Continue...

There and back again

Caitlyn Lahonen was fed up with the NCAA.Continue...

Attendance furies, not worries

Another school year means another debate about sporting event attendance at Queen’s. While it would be ideal if Queen’s athletes could look to full stands during every contest, ultimately, there are good reasons why this doesn’t happen.Continue...

Student athletes deserve more

A former Bishop’s University football player has sued the school after they refused to pay his medical bills following a concussion sustained during a football game two years ago. The 23-year-old’s entire right side was paralyzed as a result of the incident and he’s only just recently regained the ability to walk. During the game in question, the player was allegedly sent back out onto the field after complaining of concussion-like symptoms.Continue...

Gaels career reaches full time

After five years, being a varsity athlete becomes such an integral part of your self-identity that it can be hard to let go.Continue...

Official club status denied

CrossFit Queen’s is still in limbo.Continue...

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