McGill students and graduates are on their way to Athens to compete in the Olympics.
A McGill contingent gears up to participate in the world's first Outgames, the biggest sporting event to hit our fair city since the 1976 Olympics.
McGill raised the Peerless Cup as the first ever Canadian MBA soccer champions when they beat Molson (Concordia) on penalties (6-5) after a tightly contested match that saw both teams goalless after regulation time. In the 3rd place final, Rotman (University of Toronto) beat HEC on penalties after tying 1-1 in regulation time.
Over the course of a career that has spanned three decades, sports information officer Earl Zukerman has reported on McGill's greatest sports moments.
Matt DeGraff and Mark Ihnatowycz scored 15 points apiece as McGill bashed Bishop's 55-17 to win the 2004 Quebec university men's rugby championship at Molson Stadium on Sunday.
Redmen goalie Mathieu Poitras gets invited to try out for the NHL's Anaheim Ducks.
Five former McGill students helped lead Canada to an 8-3 victory over Russia to win the bronze medal in women's water polo at the 2005 World Aquatic Championships on Friday.
Patrick Allaire: man of neurons, man of Iron.
Inside the Olympics: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Politics, the Scandals, and the Glory of the Games
A review of McGill Chancellor Dick Pound's account of his years in the Olmpic movement.
Waneek Horn-Miller, former Olympian and the coordinator of McGill's First Peoples' House, puts a group of Aboriginal teens through the paces at our first ever High-Performance Camp. How many participants survived the grueling three-day camp?