Cross-Country

Tigers on the road – Sept. 14-16

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Women’s soccer encounters their first defeat Dalhousie’s second weekend of regular season play wasn’t perfect, but it’s sure not something the team should hang their heads about. Before the defending champions experienced their first loss of the young season, the Tigers kicked off their road trip Sept. 14 with a 2-1 win against St. Francis…

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Preview: Cross-country

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The men’s cross-country team will need to put forth an extra effort this year if they want to keep pace with last year’s fantastic season for the women’s team. Promoted to help the men retain the top spot they lost—and to help the women keep their AUS crown—is Richard Lehman. The two-year assistant coach was…

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Preview: Cross-country

The men’s cross-country team will need to put forth an extra effort this year if they want to keep pace with last year’s fantastic season for the women’s team. Promoted to help the men retain the top spot they lost—and to help the women keep their AUS crown—is Richard Lehman. The two-year assistant coach was…

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Sociology major prepares for world’s best triathletes

Josh Brisson’s goal is to test his body’s limits, in three not so easy steps. To that end, the rising triathlete swam, biked and ran his way to the top in the Nova Scotia provincial championship. Now he has qualified to compete against the sport’s best at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Championship Series…

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Dalhousie Tigers: Semester in Review

By Ian Froese (Sports Editor), Henry Whitfield, Arfa Ayub, Tim Vanderweide and Armaan Ahluwalia (Sports Contributors) Each week the Gazette sports section has arguably the least productive meeting of any section in this paper. Why, you ask? Well, it may say something about my leadership skills, but more so it’s because of the many tangents we veer off…

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Dal football still winless 0 and 4. The record, really, speaks for itself as Dal could not reverse their disappointing trend, falling 27 – 20 in an away game Oct. 15 to UNB Fredericton. The defeat maintains the Tigers’ last place position in the four-team circuit. The Red Bombers improved to 2 – 2. Rematch…

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Ryer is made for running

Ashley Ryer. Photo by Pau Balite

Women’s cross-country captain seeks CIS acclaim Ashley Ryer had her first race in eighth grade. “I just did it for fun, but I started to get more competitive in my grade 12 year and it went from there,” she says. “Once you get in that environment, it’s addicting. You start to love it and it’s…

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Cross-country squads bumped to second place

5 km finish line. Photo by Violet Macleod

Tigers foiled by St. FX in all four divisions To sit atop the leaderboard in future conference races, it appears Dalhousie’s cross-country runners will have to elude a determined crew from Antigonish. St. FX third-year Natalie Kannenberg bested the 5km women’s cross-country race in 19:05 last Saturday at the Saint Mary’s Invitational at Point Pleasant…

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Cross-country teams claim AUS victory

By Susan Sobey, Staff Contributor   Last weekend at the AUS Cross Country Championships at St. FX, the Tiger teams claimed their first double victory since 2004. On the women’s side, Dalhousie continued their undefeated season by besting defending champions St. FX 25 to 33. The 5 km race was led by fifth-year veteran and…

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