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Wherever they may be in the summer, the women's rugby players are actively training for what comes next: a short, intense season of rugby – just five games of regular play.
Whenever Paralympic long jumper Stefanie Reid, Artsci’06, does any public speaking, she always has one unlikely goal: to have people to forget about her.
Now a (mostly) retired physician, this Hall-of-Famer led the Gaels to three intercollegiate titles.
The Human Mobility Research Lab is a state-of-the-art human performance testing ground.
Revved Up is an adapted exercise program at Queen's for people with mobility impairment and developmental disabilities."If I hadn't come [here], I would be an invalid by now," says one participant.
A championship season takes years to orchestrate. Coach Pat Sheahan discusses the competitive world of football recruitment and his strategies to find the best student-athletes to join the Gaels.
A real day -- Monday Jan. 19, 2015 -- from this past season – a footnote in the longest, perhaps toughest, most demanding season in CIS men’s hockey.