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The away games: Martlets and Redmen at Concordia

Redmen Hockey The Redmen (21-6-1) endured a 4-2 upset defeat against the Stingers (10-12-6) last Friday at Ed Meagher Arena. The defeat ended McGill’s five-game run of victories over Concordia, and provided a preview to their three game OUA East playoff quarter-finals series next Wednesday. Concordia outplayed the Redmen for the first two periods, outscoring… Keep Reading

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McGill Team Challenge sees record breaking performances

Dalhousie University went home with both the men’s and women’s titles at the 21st McGill Team Challenge, the largest indoor track and field meet in Canada. About 600 athletes from 15 universities competed on Friday and Saturday at Richard Tomlinson Fieldhouse with the Redmen placing fourth and the Martlets finishing third overall. The Dalhousie Tigers’… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: Jan. 26

Redmen Basketball McGill was unable to hold off Concordia at Love Competition Hall on Saturday, falling 68-57 to their crosstown rivals. The loss marks the second of a home-and-home series this week against Concordia. The Redmen (5-3) trailed their opponent for almost the entire game, falling behind in the first quarter and finishing the first half… Keep Reading

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McGill Athletics: More than just sports

An average morning at the Currie Gymnasium in the McGill Sports Complex sees the full spectrum of the diverse McGill population intersect, as students begin their busy day. Between early morning training sessions and recreational classes, and the occasional stop in the sport clinic to treat an injury, these students all have something in common:… Keep Reading

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Rowing: Mind and body unite

“Rowing is a very psychologically demanding sport,” McGill rower Kylie Shorter said emphatically, as if she knows that most people have the opposite perception of rowing.  She went on to explain that many members of the McGill rowing team never rowed prior to their McGill experience, and that training is especially intense when individuals are… Keep Reading

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Montreal out-shoot McGill in thrilling shoot-out

Is this one of the tightest RSEQ regular season hockey races in recent memory? “Absolutely,” Head Coach Peter Smith said after McGill’s hard fought 1-2-shootout loss to Montreal on Sunday in McConnell Arena. The first place Montreal Carabins (8-3-1) are only two points ahead of the third place McGill Martlets (7-3-1)—the two teams are separated… Keep Reading

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Letter to the editor: Discouraged and overlooked, but still competing

In an article published in the Tribune on Dec. 1, entitled “Discouraged and overlooked, but still competing: A club athlete's experience at McGill,” the Sailing Team was profiled along with other club sports at McGill. The article sought to bring light to the underappreciated and often overlooked club sport athletes, an undoubtedly worthwhile cause. Club sport… Keep Reading

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