Track and field

Track team struggles after demotion

One of Queen’s oldest athletics programs has lost over half its members in the span of a year.
In September 2010, the track and field program was officially demoted to a Varsity Club. Since then, the team has shrunk from 91 athletes to 44, the coaching staff has dropped from four to two and the field portion of the program has been abolished.Continue...

Hugh Fraser: a trailblazer on the oval and in the courtroom

When he was seven years old and new to the country, Hugh Fraser had the Canadian right of passage of experiencing his first snowfall. 17 years later, he was entering Montreal’s Olympic stadium for the 1976 summer games donning red and white. He was just getting started.

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Mark Bomba named Queen’s new cross country Head Coach

After Steve Boyd was controversially dismissed back in February and pleas for his reinstatement were rejected, top runners left Queen’s due to the firing. Mark Bomba is Queen’s answer for those who stuck around.Continue...

Looking for one last podium finish

Julie-Anne Staehli is heading into one of her last competitive racing events for Queen’s, but her career is far from over.Continue...

Galasso’s quest for change ongoing

Unsatisfied with the current condition of the athletics program, Queen’s first Director of Athletics, Pat Galasso, is pushing hard for change on campus.Continue...

Sports in brief

Gaels excel on the track, rugby pitch and in quidditch.Continue...

Track captain ends career

After five seasons with the track and field team, co-captain Michael Nishiyama is hanging up
his sneakers.Continue...

Running for gold

Five Queen’s track and field athletes are competing for national medals at the University of Manitoba
this weekend.Continue...