The University of Ottawa Nordic ski club is still at the earliest stage of development. But that’s not a concern for the members of the group, who are determined to get themselves “competitive club” status from the university.
Baines' great numbers and awards earned him some recognition professionally, since he was recently signed by the Saskatchewan Roughriders and will attend training camp in May.
For these Gee-Gees, the transition from high school to university sports was not an easy one, but they were eager to prove themselves and make their mark.
Gees have solid, if unspectacular, showing at U Sports track championship.
Despite some disappointing team finishes, the standout individual performances of Gee-Gees athletes this year can’t be overshadowed.
The Gee-Gees came up a little short on the weekend, and ended their otherwise fantastic season with two tough losses and a fourth-place finish in the league.