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In conversation with McGill bodybuilder Josh Diamond

For Diamond, the preparations immediately before the competition were gruelling. He chose to go on a low-carb, “keto diet,” and ate almost no carbohydrates for two weeks leading up to competition day. To ensure he’d be in peak condition for judging, he also cut water 24 hours before stepping on stage. Once the competition rolled around, though, Diamond treated himself to a day of relaxation. Keep Reading

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McGill Redmen hockey dominates Brock Badgers in penalty-filled contest

The struggle of the first period was followed by the Badgers’ attempts to throw the Redmen off their game by starting fights. As McGill continued to pull away with a wide lead, multiple ejections ensued in the second and third periods as instances of roughing and fighting erupted in the corners. Brock racked up more ejections and penalty minutes from these aggressions than McGill and the resulting penalties only expanded the five-goal lead that the Redmen held to the end of the game. Keep Reading

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Quidditch teams at McGill are more than just flightless brooms

The McGill Quidditch Club was created in 2008, becoming the first muggle Quidditch team in Canada and the only co-ed team at McGill. The sport has grown significantly since coming to McGill and competition to get on the team has increased along with the popularity of the sport. A second team, Canada’s Finest Quidditch Club, followed in 2012 due to high student interest in the sport. Keep Reading

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McGill Redmen rugby advance to RSEQ finals in nailbiter

The McGill Redmen (6-1) rugby squad battled through the opposing crowds’ banter, overcame a case of dropped catches, and made a heroic goal line stand to defeat the Bishop’s Gaiters (3-3-1) 27-20 and advance to the RSEQ finals. Bishop’s scored the first try of the game in the tenth minute on the back of a… Keep Reading

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McGill Redmen walk off to third straight national championship

Redmen Baseball’s season ended with a bang—or, more specifically, the crack of Chris Stanford’s bat as he sent a pitch over the left field fence at Ahuntsic Park to claim McGill’s third straight national championship Sunday evening. McGill (15–1) opened the day with a semifinal victory against Saint Mary’s University (9–10), in which they showed… Keep Reading

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