Sports

Granite Pointe prepares to host provincial tournament

The B.C. Juvenile Championships will run next week in Nelson

Selkirk College Saints ready to roll

The Selkirk College Saints have roadmap of what it will take to win in the upcoming BCIHL season.

  • Aug 17th, 2017

Minnesota and Texas A&M to headline basketball showcase

Vancouver to host men’s and women’s U.S. college basketball tournament at convention centre.

  • Aug 16th, 2017

7 Canadian cities shortlisted for the 2026 World Cup

Nine stadiums in seven Canadian cities shortlisted by joint North American World Cup bid.

UPDATE: BCHL gets a grip on hockey’s concussion problem

New app HeadCheck set a baseline for player health

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      Community service, one-year ban for Blue Jays beer can thrower

         

        B.C. high school track and field day two concluded

           

          Canada to host New Zealand’s Maori All Blacks at B.C. Place

          ‘We can’t wait to play them in front of some of Canada’s most passionate rugby fans’

          Big White open and ready for action

          Bike Big White opened with hundreds of downhill mountain bikers flocking to test out the park.

          • Aug 10th, 2017

          Sihota, Lovan capture B.C. Juvenile Championships

          The pair dominated the field at the provincial tournament hosted by Granite Pointe

          Williams to make Lions debut as B.C. welcomes Saskatchewan

          B.C. will be looking to be better in many areas after last Friday’s 37-26 loss to the Eskimos

          Single Track 6 skids into Nelson

          American Justine Lindine finished the last stage first in just over two hours

          NHL superstar Sidney Crosby at 30: The can’t miss ‘kid’ who didn’t

          ‘He was not only the best player I ever saw, but significantly the best player.’

          Rosslander shows downhill skills at Singletrack 6

          A Rossland mountain biker strutted her skills on the descent at the cross-country biking event.

          Star sprinter De Grasse has Canadians watching track and field again

          Athletics Canadacreating a partnership to make Andre De Grasse an ambassador of the sport

          Rosslanders conquer Broken Goat

          Three Rosslanders placed in the top three of their events during this year’s Broken Goat trail race.

          Honouring a great horseman in Trail

          The Horse Association of Central Kootenay hosted the George Bloor Memorial Dressage Show.

          • Jul 20th, 2017

          Horse ballet’ highlights mental and physical discipline

          Horse Association of Central Kootenay honours former member with Memorial Dressage Show

          • Jul 13th, 2017

          McMorris weighs in on near-fatal crash

          ‘I broke everything:’ Canadian snowboarder McMorris says of crash in B.C. backcountry

          Vancouver Canucks sign veteran centre Sam Gagner

          Gagner, a 27-year-old native of London, Ont., had a career-high 50 points in 81 games last season

          Castlegar man wins at Canadian Masters Road Championships

          A Castlegar man placed 1st in his age group in 2 events at the Canadian Masters Road Championships.