Sports

Gaels demolish the Varsity Blues in season opener

The Gaels met the Varsity Blues at Richardson Stadium on Aug. 27.Continue...

Looking ahead to sports this fall

This fall, it’s time for students to fill the stands.Continue...

What happens to graduated Gaels?

When athletes graduate from Queen’s, they’re not only leaving Kingston, but also leaving behind an integral part of their identity.Continue...

Women’s Rugby dominated in Garnet & Gold Classic Tournament

The Queen’s Gaels Women’s Rugby team took to the pitch in Ottawa on July 17 and 19 to take on the United States U20 and U23 teams.Continue...

‘This year could be pretty special’

Due to COVID-19, the past few years have seen limited capacity and reduced Athletics and Recreation (A&R) programming.Continue...

Professional tennis deserves more love

If you want some strange looks to come your way around the dinner table or at a party, confess that your favourite professional sport to follow is tennis.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Does MLB need robot umpires?

Home-plate umpires have a straightforward job on paper: call balls and strikes.

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Women’s sports demonstrate the power of LGBTQ+ representation

Sports are often stuck in the past.Continue...

Professional wrestling shows humanity through its LGBTQ+ stars

Professional sports are, before anything else, entertainment. This idea becomes clearer as teams and leagues constantly look for new ways to attract fans.Continue...

Queen’s Ultimate Frisbee athletes go international

Tyler Gunasekera, Thomas Oyhenart, and Taige Tomlinson are heading to Poland in August to compete at the World Junior Ultimate Championships.Continue...

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