McGill Tribune Sports Editors Gabe Nisker and Miya Keilin discuss the MLB playoffs & McGill baseball. Then, Gabe sits down with the Athletic’s Eno Sarris to talk about baseball, sandwiches, and much more!
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A writer at Deadspin and Baseball Prospectus, Matt Sussman lent us his knowledge on Olympic curling and MLB free agency. Matt discusses the mixed doubles curling tournament, covering everything from the Canadians taking home gold to the bad boy of curling. He also breaks down the stories to watch in […]
Aaron Rose and Wasif Husain chat with Michael Landsberg about mental health issues and Bell Let’s Talk day.
Aaron Rose and Arman Bery chat with NBA Raptors analyst Paul Jones to get you set for the upcoming 2016-17 season. They talk about what to expect from the Raptors this year, especially their young power forwards and guard Terrance Ross. Jones gives his thoughts on Cleveland’s ability to counter Golden […]
Alex Sirois and Wasif Husain chat with TSN NHL insider Bob McKenzie to get you set for the upcoming 2016-17 NHL season
Aaron Rose chats with renowned Sports Illustrated and CBS writer Jonah Keri––one of the best journalists in the business––about baseball and life outside of sports.
Rookies of the Year Kade Wist Affectionately nicknamed “Baby Kade” by his teammates, Kade Wist entered McGill at only 17 years old, making him the youngest swimmer on the McGill swim team and in the RSEQ. The 5’11, 160-pound native of Calgary managed to capture eight race victories over the […]
Sports editors Kaja Surborg and Ender McDuff meet the McGill Fencing Team, have a brief training session with them, and face-off in a fight to the death (best of three). Video by Staff Producer Alex Hinton
As the decade comes to a close, The McGill Tribune looks back in chronological order on 10 of the most impactful moments in sports that helped shape athletics and the world. From incredible upset victories to social movements, the 2010s will go down as a decade to be remembered. LeBron […]
From March Madness to the Frozen Four, sports fans often follow tournaments in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)—the organization in charge of American college sports—as fiercely as they follow professional leagues, keeping track of draft prospects and filling up 100,000–seat stadiums. But U SPORTS, the Canadian university sports governing […]