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...

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...

Pair of Gaels sport maple leaf, compete internationally over reading week

Kingston and Trinidad and Tobago have two very different climates, especially in February.Continue...

Brant Stachel named Coaching Coordinator of Athletics Ontario, NACAC Team Coach

According to Brant Stachel, a positive culture defines an athlete’s success. If his career is any indication, that philosophy holds credence.Continue...

Miles Brackenbury signed by cross country

The men’s cross-country team’s roster will see no shortage of local talent next season.Continue...

Men's and women's cross country eye podium on home soil

Going into this weekend’s U Sports National Championships, cross country head coach Steve Boyd said it’s no secret: they can win everything.Continue...

Cross country win big at OUA Championships

Things didn’t go as planned for Head Coach Steve Boyd’s cross country teams at the OUA Championships last Saturday. They went better.Continue...

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