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...

Former Gaels Cross-Country Star Branna MacDougall wins debut marathon in Muskoka

On Oct. 3, former Queen’s Cross-Country athlete Branna MacDougall ran and subsequently won her debut marathon in Bracebridge, Ontario, finishing the 42 Kilometer race in just 2 hours, 33 minutes, and 40 seconds.Continue...

Internal emails reveal backlash among alumni, donors over Boyd firing

The University and A&R received dozens of emails from alumni expressing concern over the decision to fire cross country coach Steve Boyd. The alumni’s concerns appear to have gone unanswered.Continue...

Mark Bomba named Queen’s new cross country Head Coach

After Steve Boyd was controversially dismissed back in February and pleas for his reinstatement were rejected, top runners left Queen’s due to the firing. Mark Bomba is Queen’s answer for those who stuck around.Continue...

Incoming Queen’s cross country recruit to run at UBC

More bad news was dealt to the cross country team at the end of April when top recruit Mackenzie Campbell announced she will run at the University of British Columbia (UBC) next year.Continue...

Top runners leave Queen’s cross country after controversy over coach's firing

The Queen’s cross country team was dealt a blow last week when two of the top performers on the women’s team announced they will be running elsewhere next year.

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Becoming a world-class athlete in six races

Makenna Fitzgerald looked around, trying not to let the imposter syndrome take over—“What am I doing here?” she thought to herself.Continue...

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