Sports

  • Ed Meagher Arena to Get $6.5 Million Facelift

    Concordia Matches Government Donation

    The Stingers’ skating rink will be getting an overhaul, slated to be done by the start of next year’s hockey season.

  • Hi, Rollers

    Bones Break and Teams Grow in Montreal’s Derby League

    The girl in the gold booty-shorts means business. She knocks down the other team’s small, point-making jammer, who goes by the name “Saucisse.” The jammer smacks into the middle of an eight-skater clump—careful to keep her fingers tucked in as the…

  • Sport Transcending Borders

    But How to Get People Interested in the Impact?

    The European Football Championship is more than just an ordinary soccer tournament. It generates unity not only for the countries participating in the event, but also for local ethnic enclaves here in Montreal.

  • Running to the Top

    Ryan Noel-Hodge Running up the Cross Country Ranks

    Whether you grew up amid the skyscrapers in the big city or the stalks in the cornfields, you’re a product of your environment.

  • Beginning the Quest

    Concordia Quarterback Trains with Alouettes in Off-Season

    When the 2012 Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec football season kicks off in August, Concordia Stingers second-year quarterback Reid Quest will be ready—perhaps more ready for a football season…

  • Gym-On-The-Go

    Workouts Meet Social Media with Training Mobs

    Its not everyday that you hear about two young men leaving high-paying jobs by choice, but for fitness entrepreneurs David Sciacca and Jonas Caruana, their jobs were merely an obstacle in their quest to answer the million-dollar question.

  • Flying High

    Concordia Student Heads to Red Bull Paper Wings World Championship

    Concordia student ZSean Qureshi will be representing Canada at the Red Bull Paper Wings World Championship, taking place in Salzburg, Austria May 4-5.

  • Concordia Skis

    Inexperienced Club Gels Despite Poor Finish

    The Concordia Ski Club consider themselves a family, what with the extensive hours spent training in the gym and the two nights spent on the slopes together.

  • The Mario Lemieux of Women’s Hockey

    Ex-Stinge Lisa-Marie Breton-Lemieux on Her Hockey Career

    Hockey Renaissance woman and ex-Concordia Stinger Lisa-Marie Breton-Lebreux lapped a life goal last weekend, winning the Clarkson Cup—for a third time.

  • Barrette the Alouette

    Former Stingers Lineman to Dress for Montreal

    Like many young Canadians, ex-Concordia Stinger Anthony Barrette’s first passion was hockey. But a chance meeting helped spur his move from the ice rink to the gridiron.