The Downfall of Leicester City 

Eleojo Audu '24 Contributor In the 2015-2016 Premier League season, the impossible happened. A team that spent almost all the previous season struggling at the bottom of the table was now at the top, crowned the champions of the Premier League. This team was Leicester City F.C., a small club when compared to the English... Continue Reading →

Canada: First time back in 36 years

Pranav Mannem ’24 Contributor It has been a while since the Canadian Men’s National Soccer Team qualified for the group stage of the FIFA World Cup. Their last and only showing was in 1986, with a lackluster performance losing all three games in the group stage. However, 36 years later, with the 2022 FIFA World... Continue Reading →

A Step Closer for Valour 

Julian Brennan ’24  Contributor After an unprecedented mid-season transition, Winnipeg’sValour FC was able to edge into a playoff position in the final weeks of league play. Unfortunately, that all ended in Calgary on Thursday, October 2nd, after a lop-sided 2-1 loss to Cavalry FC––their fourth winless game in a row.  However, fans must not focus... Continue Reading →

Roger Federer: The Tennis Maestro 

Samay Dadlani ’24 & Evan Peters ‘25   Copy Editor & Contributor Roger Federer, often referred to as the “Swiss Maestro”, is the greatest tennis player of all time. Federer holds the record for the most ATP singles titles, winning twenty Grand Slams, including eight Wimbledon Titles, as well as two Olympic medals. These titles alone... Continue Reading →

Gurjarat Titans: The Dominating Debutants

Samay Dadlani ’24Contributor Even before the conclusion of the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL), the hype for the next rendition has begun. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the addition of two new feathers on their wings. This means an addition of two new teams to the roster, the Gujarat Titans... Continue Reading →

A FIFA Cup Every Two Years? 

Manny Bezabeh '22Contributor The FIFA World Cup, one of the most prestigious sporting tournaments in the world, could have some major changes coming soon. A recent proposal from FIFA President Gianna Infanito suggests hosting the World Cup every two years instead of the normal four.   The main reason for this proposal is that it allows... Continue Reading →

The Crusader News Remembers Jesse Owens 

John Ergon Golpe '24Contributor Born on September 12, 1913, in Oakville, Alabama, James Cleveland “J.C.” Owens was the seventh child of Henry Cleveland Owens and Emma Alexander Owens. Henry Owens was a sharecropper, and along with Emma, descended from a lengthy line of people trapped and traumatized by decades of slavery in the United States... Continue Reading →

Black NHL Players

Luke Perret '24Contributor There have been countless Black hockey players in the National Hockey League (NHL) who have made an impact on the ever-changing game. In celebration of Black History Month, I will be highlighting some of these influential Canadians  Willie O’Ree (b. 1935) was the first Black hockey player to lace up their skates... Continue Reading →

Manitoba Skiing for 2022

Sawyer Ramsay 24' Contributor Manitoba is not usually considered a great place for skiing or snowboarding. There are no mountains, with the lone places being either small hills or decent size valleys. Nevertheless, there are still quite a few ski hills in Manitoba that are enjoyable and make for a fun time. This year, Manitobans... Continue Reading →

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