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Skiing

Nadler Shines in Skiing's Ninth-Place Finish

Nadler’s second-place finish led the women’s alpine team to a fourth-place finish in the event and was the highlight of a weekend in which the skiing team placed ninth overall at the Vermont Carnival.

Football

Birk '98 Wins Prestigious Walter Payton Man of the Year Honor

Birk was just named the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year and will be honored at the Super Bowl before the start of the contest.

Breaking Sports

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011 Results: Baskind v. Campbell

2011 was a big year in Harvard athletics. Women’s soccer captured its third Ivy League championship in four years. The ...

Skiing

Stock Propels Skiing to Ninth-Place Finish

A year ago, Chris Stock was a promising freshman Nordic skier. On Friday, he fulfilled that promise, placing as one of the top skiers in the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association. The sophomore’s fourth-place finish in the men’s classic sprint event highlighted Harvard’s ninth-place finish this past weekend at the University of New Hampshire Carnival.

Harvard in the World

Athletes: Can’t Tweet This

Athletes have long been making ill-advised comments to the media, but in earlier days, they seemed to be the victims. It was the reporters who clawed for sound bites; athletes were simply foolish enough to respond.

Skiing

Crimson Skiers Finish in Ninth

After two building years in which it developed its young talent, the Harvard ski team seemed poised to move up in the standings of the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association entering the 2012 season.

Men's Crew

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011 Results: Ortiz v. Campbell

2011 was a big year in Harvard athletics. Women’s soccer captured its third Ivy League championship in four years. The ...

Men's Crew

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011 Results: Winters v. Campbell

Recently we released the first-round winners on the male side of the bracket, and earlier today, we revealed the winner of the matchup between Josue Ortiz and Keith Wright. Now, we take a look at our second men’s semifinal: football’s Collier Winters against rowing phenom Andrew Campbell.

Fencing

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011, Round 1: Kiefer v. Pucci

Earlier this morning, we took a look at the matchup between Rebecca Nadler and Laura Gemmell. Now, we turn our attention to our second showdown on the women’s side: fencer Alexandra Kiefer v. hockey’s Josephine Pucci.

Men's Crew

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011, Round 1: Power v. Campbell

Earlier today we took a look at Winters v. Gibbons. Now, we focus our attention on the final first-round matchup on the men's side: squash's Gary Power against lightweight rower Andrew Campbell.

Breaking Sports

The Back Page's Athlete of 2011, Round 1: Nadler v. Gemmell

2011 was a big year in Harvard athletics. Women’s soccer captured its third Ivy League championship in four years. The ...

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Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Displays High Intensity Against UNH

Harvard’s 5-2 victory over the University of New Hampshire on Friday night gave Crimson coach Katey Stone her second straight victory over her alma mater.

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Columns

Harvard Crew Ends Year to Remember

Harvard sophomore Andrew Campbell can now add oration to his many skills.

Men's Crew

Alumni Train for London Olympics

When Dave Wakulich ’11 was a trying out for the Canadian Junior National Team, a rower on the senior national squad, Malcolm Howard ’05, wanted to help him out.

Columns

Sports Offer Opportunity for Supporting LGBTQ Community

Here at Harvard, some of the best examples of this allied support have come from athletes.

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog