Rowing

Rowers compete at under-23 worlds

While it felt like any other race, it definitely wasn’t for the three Queen’s rowers who showcased a summer of hard work on the international stage this past weekend.Continue...

Queen's rowers receive funding for training

After an impressive 2017 season on the water, the efforts of several Queen’s rowers are being rewarded with opportunity—both athletically and financially.Continue...

Season grades for fall varsity teams

This report card followed a highly unscientific grading formula.Continue...

Rowing coach wins local Citizenship Award

During Canada’s sesquicentennial, former Queen’s rowing coach John Armitage stood outside City Hall as one of Kingston’s five outstanding citizens for 2017.Continue...

Women’s rowing takes silver medal in OUA championships

The women’s rowing team had a strong weekend at the OUA Championship Royal Canadian Henley Rowing Course in St. Catharines, locking in a silver medal.Continue...

Abusow dominates in Philadelphia

After a year of disappointment and bad luck, Queen’s solo heavyweight rower Danielle Abusow needed a reminder of how far she had come.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...

Rowing captain chosen for U-23 World Championship

Bulgaria isn’t usually considered a summer hot spot for university students. But for Larkin Davenport Huyer, it’s exactly where she wants to be.

The current Gaels rowing captain...Continue...

Slight slide in stature

The rowing teams returned from the Canadian University Rowing Championships (CURC) with medals in two events, but without an overall podium finish.Continue...

Podium performances

The rowing team returned from the OUA championships with two gold medals and a pair of overall podium finishes.Continue...

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