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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...

Gaels weekend road roundup: week 4

This weekend, the men’s rugby team won their 2017 OUA Championship rematch, while the men’s cross country team won their annual NCAA invitational. Meanwhile, rowing had a strong start to their season and men’s soccer lost both of their matches in Toronto.Continue...

Gaels weekend round-up: week three

This weekend, the football team held on after Guelph mounted a monumental comeback, while the men’s and women’s cross country teams medaled at the Western Invitational.Continue...

Cross country dominates podium at Queen’s invitational

It was hard to be pessimistic about the cross country team's return this weekend at the annual Queen's Invitational.Continue...

Men's and women's cross country boasting new-look teams

In times of athlete turnover, most teams suffer from one to two-year lulls in performance. But this year’s men’s and women’s cross country teams are hoping to buck that trend.Continue...

Brant Stachel gains national recognition for work in Kingston

Most of Brant Stachel’s young coaching career has been spent in the shadows. The cross country team’s assistant coach has often found the time for others—but now, he’s finding it for himself.Continue...

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