One Student’s Journey in Memory of Her Grandmother
She struggles to pace her breathing—each lungful cutting shorter than the last. The self-awareness only makes it worse. Is the treadmill getting faster? Ten kilometres. She feels like her lungs are going to collapse. How is she ever going to run 42?
Concordia Student and Sprinter Joel Jacobs Turned Away From 2016 Summer Olympics
It’s not a stretch to say that every competitive athlete’s goal is to make the Olympics. Years of training and hard work are required. Sacrifices have to be made to progress in your athletic career.
Ottawa Wins 3-1 in Quiet, Not for Public, Preseason Game at Olympic Stadium
Pressure was high in FC Montreal’s last game before the start of the 2016 United Soccer League season, as the team lost 3-1 against the Ottawa Fury of the North American Soccer League.
Late Pre-Season Game Against Rochester Ends in Scoreless Draw
As FC Montreal’s pre-season winds down, the team was tested against the defending United Soccer League champions, the Rochester Rhinos. If there was one word to describe the match at Olympic Stadium, it would be defensive as the game ended in a 0-0 draw.
Alexandros Kouvakas on Weightlifting and Ambitions to Represent Greece at Olympic Games
A weightlifter waits for his turn to compete. He rubs the church’s holy oil on his knees and elbows, praying to the archangel, Michael. It’s time. Stepping centre stage on the mat, he grabs the 210-kilogram barbell, lifting it over his broad shoulders.
Quebec’s Two Professional Women’s Soccer Teams Forced to Shut Down in 2016
When the W-League announced it would shut its doors in 2016, it meant the Laval Comets and Dynamo de Québec would have to find a new place to play.
Alouettes Legend Holds Second Edition of Leadership Academy for Quarterbacks
Eight quarterbacks and four wide receivers from the RSEQ participated in the second edition of Calvillo’s Leadership Academy for Quarterbacks at the Complexe Sportif Terrebonne this past weekend.
CWHL Commissioner Doesn’t Deny Expansion Talks with NWHL
Canadian Women’s Hockey League commissioner Brenda Andress’s goal has always been to grow women’s hockey, and it appears that expanding the league is not off the table.
Calgary Inferno Dominate Montreal in 8-3 in CWHL Championship Game
The Calgary Inferno scored early and often as they defeated the Montreal Canadiennes 8-3 in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League Clarkson Cup championship game at Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre Sunday afternoon.
McGill Continues Championship Streak on Home Court
The McGill Martlets captured a fifth consecutive Réseau de Sport Étudiant du Québec championship by defeating the Laval Rouge et Or by a score of 71-56 yesterday afternoon at the McGill Love Competition Hall.