HOCKEY CANADA FOUNDATION WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS

The Hockey Canada Foundation (HCF) has welcomed five new board members committed to promoting the Foundation’s mission to strengthen the bond between Canadians and hockey. By identifying opportunities to enable, engage and educate players, coaches and fans, Foundation initiatives like Hockey is Hers will...

Full Players List Of Curling Teams Qualified for BC Winter Games

Sixteen U16 curling teams have booked their tickets for the BC Winter Games in Fort St John.   Playdowns in Quesnel, Penticton, Lake Cowichan and at Golden Ears Winter Club in Maple Ridge saw five boys’ teams and one girls’ team qualify for the multi-sport event...

Canada Snowboard SBX World Cup Team Has Island Flair

In accordance with the 2019/20 Canada Snowboard SBX World Cup selection protocol the following athletes have been invited to represent Canada during the following World Cups: SBX Block ‘B’ World Cups Big White, CAN: January 24-26, 2020 Feldberg, GER: January 31-February 2, 2020 SBX Block ‘B’ - (Big White,...

AWARD-WINNING PGA CHAMPION RETURNS TO VICTORIA AND INNOVATION IS THE REASON

The GOLF Performance Project is proud to announce the addition of John Randle to our team.John played collegiate golf at the University of Washington before playing tour golf for eight years. His playing career included the Canadian Tour, operating now as the Mackenzie Tour...

Nanaimo Clippers 16yr Old Jack O’Brien commits to Cornell University

Jack O’Brien, the only 2003 born player on the Nanaimo Clippers, has secured his path to the NCAA Division 1 , committing to Cornell University for the 2022-2023 season. As a 16 year old, O’Brien is the youngest Clipper this season, yet he has been...

ROYALS OFFER FREE HOCKEY NIGHT

The Victoria Royals have announced that tonight’s game versus the Tri-City Americans is on, with a 7:05 p.m. puck drop, and all ticket holders who brave the weather will receive a free ticket to one of the team’s next five home games.   The Royals want...

Brian McKeever Strikes Gold…Again

Brian McKeever and Graham Nishikawa bounced back to win the gold medal, while Collin Cameron battled to bronze under marginal conditions in a short distance skate-ski race at the Para-Nordic World Cup in Altenberg, Germany.   A winner of 17 Paralympic medals, the 40-year-old McKeever was...

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for BC’s Indigenous athletes

The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is now accepting applications from athletes who wish to represent Team BC at the Halifax 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG). Sports open for Athlete Expression of Interest applications include archery, athletics (track and field), and...

Pacific FC Welcome New Head Coach

Pacific FC is pleased to welcome Pa-Modou Kah as Head Coach, with the former Norwegian international earning his first role at the helm of a club. Kah, who last worked as the Assistant Coach at MLS side FC Cincinnati and also played alongside Pacific FC...

Huge Day For Canada’s Para-Nordic Athletes In Germany

Canada’s Para-Nordic squad sprinted to the silver and bronze-medal steps of the podium at the World Cup in Dresden, Germany on Monday.   The leader of the Para-Nordic Team, Brian McKeever and his guide Graham Nishikawa, sprinted to the silver medal in the men’s visually impaired...

Steven Dubois and Courtney Sarault Reach Overall Podium at ISU Four Continents Championships

Steven Dubois and Courtney Sarault both reach the overall podium at the inaugural ISU Four Continents Short Track Championships in Montreal on Sunday, with Dubois coming second overall on the men’s side and Sarault third overall on the women’s side. Korean skaters Dae Heon Hwang...

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