QJ Sports

Striking a balance at Homecoming

Whether you’re talking about school spirit or pure celebratory ecstasy, Homecoming (Hoco) is one of the most important dates of the year for the Queen's community. This year’s iteration, to be held on Oct. 19, is hoping to strike
a balance between the two.Continue...

Varsity highlights

Through the trials and tribulations of grueling seasons, early mornings at the gym, and strict diets, there has to be something more than wanting the tracksuit to motivate somebody to stick with a varsity program.Continue...

The benefits of Queen's intramural sports

Earlier this month, with five minutes to spare before my first philosophy lecture of the year, I was sprinting down University Avenue to make it to class on time.Continue...

Why I hate sports but love the Olympics

On the morning of Feb. 9, I ran downstairs from my bedroom to the living room and eagerly awaited the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics.Continue...

Women’s Hockey lands pair of transfers from down south

When deciding where’s the best fit for a student athlete, one of the biggest questions is whether to cross the border or not. For two of Queen’s newest women’s hockey players, the decision to go to the United States has brought them back home.Continue...

QJ Sports: Critiquing QBs

Championship Sunday is an annual tradition for many NFL fans.

Just four teams remain and two games are played back-to-back, with the winners of each conference advancing to the...Continue...

QJ Sports: Toronto Raptors’ hot start

After an inspiring return to the playoffs last spring, it seems like everyone on this side of the U.S. border is ready to make the Toronto Raptors their new favourite team.

Despite their...Continue...

QJ Sports: Manning vs. Luck

For 13 years, quarterback Peyton Manning was the face of the Indianapolis Colts, winning four MVP awards and a Super Bowl in 2006.

But following a neck injury and a series of...Continue...