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McGill student lights up the Olympic Games

Most footage of the Olympic Torch Relay showcases celebrity athletes or political figures dutifully passing the Olympic flame in front of hundreds of cameras. While Olympians may be the only ones allowed to light the cauldron at the opening ceremonies, the Torch Relay consists of over 12,000 torchbearers, most of them non-athletes.
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Redmen raze Stingers behind raucous Carnival crowd

The stellar play of the men's hockey team is bringing the legitimacy of the McGill Athletics advertising department into question. Wednesday's annual Winter Carnival Game against Concordia looked and felt like anything but a rivalry match. A pair of hat tricks from centre Guillaume Doucet and left-winger Evan Vossen punctuated a night of absolute dominance, as the Redmen steamrolled the visiting Stingers 12-3 on before more than 1,000 spectators at McConnell Arena.
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THIRD MAN IN: An open letter to Manny Pacquiao

Dear Manny, When you retired Oscar De La Hoya in 2008, how long did it take for the media to start downplaying your victory? A day? He was old, drained, and unfit. You had to win. When you ended Ricky Hatton's career with one of the most devastating left hooks in boxing history, the haters still refused to crawl back into the woodwork.
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Martlets come alive late to dispatch Gee-Gees, keep streak alive

Midway through the third period of women's hockey action at McConnell Arena on Friday night, the McGill Martlets found themselves having to tune out the chants coming from the seats directly above the Ottawa University bench. With the game tied at two apiece and the momentum seemingly on the visitors' side, McGill's monumental winning streak seemed on the verge of collapse.
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Martlet Miracle: Gabrielle Smith rebounds from traumatic accident

Almost everyone who gets run over by an 18-wheel truck is either dead or severely injured and not able to walk for a long time. Every doctor and nurse I saw was floored by the fact that I'm doing as well as I am. Gabrielle Smith waited four years for the chance to be the starting goaltender for the McGill Martlets women's hockey team.
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Third man in: Rooting for Rex

In the world of professional sports, it's easy to find athletes whose behaviour is unpredictable, bizarre, or downright obnoxious. In the NBA, MLB, and NFL, it is commonplace to witness multimillionaire athletes doing and saying outrageous things. It's a little more challenging to find that same type of individual in the professional coaching ranks.
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Redmen return to McConnell Arena, roll over Ottawa

For the better part of an hour on Saturday night, it looked as if the McGill men's hockey team's vaunted offensive play had failed to carry over into the new decade. But the Redmen reminded everyone in attendance why they are ranked fifth in the nation as they turned on the jets late in the game, scoring twice in the final three minutes to stun the visiting Ottawa Gee-Gees, 3-1.
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