Sports

Raw talent has helped the Humber Hawks varsity teams soar this season with OCAA provincial medals around their necks. But, at nationals it's mental preparation that's key to bringing home the hardware....

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More than 200 runners from across the country will take over the Humber Arboretum Saturday, for the cross-country nationals....

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By Mark McKelvie Never has the hype for the start of the NCAA basketball season been so anticipated in Canada. Thornhill native Andrew Wiggins has single handily focussed a nation’s eyes on college basketball long...

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Quidditch reaches new heights worldwide

November 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Megan Rach Quidditch is no longer a thing of fantasy – ‘Muggles’ worldwide have learned to make their own magic with the once-fictional sport. On Nov. 9, Toronto plays host to the Quidditch Canadian...

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Is bullying an issue in sports?

November 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Mark McKelvie The issue of bullying has forever been linked to the playground and children. Because of the news of alleged bullying by Richie Incognito of the Miami Dolphins on one of his younger...

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By: Natalie Stoberman The book has been thrown at Ryerson University’s men’s hockey team for violating the student-athlete drinking policy while on the road for a pair of exhibition games. The University announced the squad’s...

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By Mark McKelvie Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov has been arrested on charges of kidnapping and assault. The netminder turned himself into police on Wednesday night after a warrant had been issued for his arrest....

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By Therese Jastrzebski Sports management students are planning a community race to raise money for Right to Play, taking place on Nov. 9 at 1:30 p.m. The race happens after the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Cross...

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Humber Athletics may need another trophy case to make room for the newest OCAA hardware from men's and women's soccer. This weekend, the women were awarded provincial bronze at Sheridan College and the men won...

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The women's Humber hawk's fastball team has once again claimed the OCAA championship award for the second-year in a row....

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