cross country

Gaels on top at historic run

At typical races, Gaels’ cross country runner Claire Sumner sprints the last few-hundred meters to the six-kilometer mark, ending her race. At the Queen’s Invitational this past weekend, she held her pace with the front pack. With two additional kilometers to go, Sumner knew she could finish strong.Continue...

Ranking the fall varsity teams

With three OUA championships and two national silver medals, the 2015 fall season at Queen’s was one to remember. As none of the teams had losing seasons, The Journal had a tough time deciding the final rankings.Continue...

Wilkie adds another win

A standout since his first season in the OUA, Queen’s third-year runner Alex Wilkie had the privilege of standing at the top of the podium this past Saturday at the Western Invitational.Continue...

Repeat bronze

Julie-Anne Staehli’s silver-medal run led Queen’s women to their second straight national bronze medal
last Saturday.Continue...

Cross country races to CIS berths at the Fort

Home-field advantage helped the Gaels gain extra ground at the OUA cross country championships on Saturday.Continue...

Sports in brief

Soccer, Hockey, Rugby and Cross Country in action Thanksgiving weekendContinue...

Running solo

When Jeff Archer takes part in cross country events this year, it won’t be as a Gael.Continue...

National recognition for fall Gaels

Ranking Queen's fall varsity teams.Continue...

Can’t catch the Lancers

Steve Boyd thought this was going to be the year for men’s cross country.Continue...

Not an uphill battle

Cross country runner Julie-Ann Staehli’s potential is materializing, and she’s still fresh out of the gate.Continue...

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