Abbotsford skier Megan Kardoes from the Hemlock ski team has been selected to race at the prestigious Whistler Cup this weekend in Whistler.
NORTH Vancouver native Manuel Osborne-Paradis won the national downhill title at the Sport Chek Alpine Canadian Championships in Whistler March 23, capping off a season that showed that his racing career is back to full speed after a few slow years.
It was a golden weekend for local racers from the Hemlock Nancy Greene ski team who picked up gold medals at the fourth annual Manning - Hemlock Invitational Ski Race recently.
NORTH Vancouver's Riley Seger sliced down Panorama Mountain earlier this month and landed on top of the podium.
Coquitlam's Kiera Leung turned slick slopes into a silver medal this week.
NORTH Vancouver's Ford Swette scored his first ever gold and second podium finish on the Nor-Am Cup ski circuit when he took home first place in giant slalom at a race in Vail, Colo., Feb. 1.
UBC's varsity alpine ski team had a dominating weekend at Brundage Mountain in Idaho Feb. 23, with both the men's and women's teams taking first place in the United States Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association (USCSA) divisional qualifier in Giant Slalom.
In the warm-up for the 2014 B.C. Winter Games, Hemlock Ski Club hosted the B.C. Alpine's Coast zone playdowns with a handful of strong local results.
Canadian national cycling champion Ben Chaddock has experienced a lot of success recently, and he is returning to his native Richmond later this month to speak to local schools about how he achieved that success: perseverance and recess.
Abbotsford will host its first economic symposium next month. Keynote speaker John Furlong, the former VANOC CEO and Vancouver Whitecaps chairman, CBC broadcaster Ian Hanomansing, and 'Crazy Canuck' Steve Podborski, a former Olympic downhill skier and Telus community sports director, join local business and political leaders to engage participants in a discussion on economic opportunities and challenges in the growing communities south of the Fraser River.
The city will host its first Abbotsford Economic Symposium next month.
Abbotsford will host its first economic symposium next month.
Burnaby's Patrick Switzer lost top spot in the International Gravity Skateboard Association men's downhill standings following a fog-shortened World Cup race in France earlier this month.
Moms who raise Olympic athletes make a lot of sacrifices. But sometimes the toughest is just letting go.
A comeback trail that included helping Canada win a historic gold medal at the Pan American Games has led to Kyle Lotzkar being named Delta's Professional Athlete of the Year.
The Dynamo Swim Club placed first at its 10th annual invitational swim meet at Bonsor Pool last weekend.
The 16th annual Bear Mountain Challenge, Canada's oldest mountain bike downhill race is set to go on July 1, Canada Day in Mission. Racing starts at 11: 30 a.m. Whether you're a pro racer, just want to have fun, or are somewhere in between, you won't want to miss out.
And they're off! Technology teacher education diploma students at the British Columbia Institute of Technology participated in the ninth annual Vehicle in a Box competition on Wednesday.
Surrey athletes returned from the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games with multiple medals and inspiring performances to their credit.