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Winter sports are starting off with a bang. Sports maven Max Rettig brings you the highlights. This past Saturday, the men’s swimming and diving team tweeted a congratulatory message to the women’s swimming and diving team. This was not just any ordinary show of camaraderie between teams: Columbia’s women’s swimming and diving team showed up […]

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Didn’t we say we had a fucking amazing cross country team? Yesterday at the Ivy League Cross Country Heptagonal Championships, the Columbia men’s team achieved 48 points (remember: lower points is better) for the win–beating out defending champ Princeton and tying Columbia’s historical best from 1979 at the Heps. Nicolas Composto, CC’14, took second place […]

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Katie Meili, CC’13, has had one of the most impressive seasons in Women’s Swimming & Diving program history, culminating with a record-shattering swim in the 100 yard breaststroke at the 2012 Ivy League Championship. The Texas native captured four other Ivy League titles that weekend and was unanimously named Most Outstanding Swimmer of the Meet. […]

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