Sports

No ice, no dice

Outdoor rinks are suffering this winter and a lack of cold weather may be the culprit.Continue...

Love in the curve of a bow

Three evenings a week, students make arrows fly across the Duncan McArthur Hall gym on West Campus, practising a skill that’s been around since the Stone Age.Continue...

Athletic education also belongs in the classroom

Athletes deserve their own sort of college education, both on the field and in the classroom.Continue...

Combat camaraderie

Among fluorescent lights and punching bags, fighters touch gloves and start sparring.Continue...

Off the field

Queen’s women field hockey team has been suspended indefinitely for an off-field incident.Continue...

Making the cut

I was 14 when the tendonitis in both my knees began to ruin my grand pliés.
Forced to acquire a new exercise regime, I began playing for my high school’s field hockey team. I cherished the sport, but upon my entry to Queen’s realized the lowprofile field hockey and other competitive sports seemed to have.Continue...

Team struggles to move forward

A Queen’s-imposed sanction means the men’s baseball team will play this season with only six returning players.Continue...

Miraculous March

As the weather dropped below freezing, the Gaels turned up the heat in courts and arenas both home and away. Journal photographers Justin Tang and Balpreet Kukreja followed the action throughout the term.Continue...

The Journal Tries Fencing

 

This week, The Journal’s Sports editors teamed up with Queen’s Fencing to try out one of the swankiest combat sports around. While they didn’t transform into pros after one lesson, they...Continue...

Psychoanalysing Don Cherry’s divisive language

Amidst the recent news that long-time Canadian sports broadcasting personality Don Cherry has been fired over his controversial rant on live TV, fans and critics alike have interpreted the meaning of his remarks in a number of ways.Continue...

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