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Routley claims bronze at Canada Games

In his years racing mountain bikes, Whistler’s Will Routley has proved himself to be one of the best in the region, the province and the country in his age group.

Charity wins, Radical Renovators lose at putting classic

"It’s for charity." Those words were of some consolation to the many players who putted into sand traps, water traps and the rough on Aug.

Junior ‘A’ Hockey returns to Whistler

University hockey to debut in mid September The Burnaby Bulldogs B.C. Junior ‘A’ hockey team will be returning to Whistler on Sept. 3 to take on the Langley Hornets in an exhibition game at Meadow Park arena.

Canadians on top in Futurelinks tournament

Some of the best young golfers in Canada and the U.S., aged 13 to 18, were in Whistler this week to compete in the American Junior Golf Association’s FutureLinks tournament. Players represented 10 states and four provinces.

Locals strong in Squamish ultra marathon

Whistler marathon racer wins women’s race Ultra-trail racing made its debut in Squamish on Aug. 11 with the first running of STORMY – a foot race around the 67 kilometre Test of Metal mountain bike course.

BC Hydro crews help put out forest fire north of Lions Bay

On Sunday, Aug. 12, crews working on BC Hydro's Transmission Line Rehabilitation project helped to extinguish a fire in the woods around M Creek, two kilometres north of Lions Bay. At 4 p.m.

Canadian skiers go south

While Canadians roast in record high temperature, members of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team are on the slopes in the southern hemisphere training for the 2001-2002 season and 2002 Winter Olympics.

Junior golf tour returns at Pemberton

After a brief hiatus, junior golfers from the area were back at in on Aug. 13 for the fifth stop on the Sea to Sky Junior Tour at Pemberton Valley. Bryon Thom of Squamish, 17, posted the lowest score of the day, a two-under par 70.

Squamish kitesurfers hold inaugural KiteFest

In Howe Sound, long heralded as one of the top windsurfing bays on the entire West Coast, a new wind-powered sport is taking off. More and more kitesurfers are discovering Squamish, as more and more people are discovering kitesurfing.

Beating the heat

With temperature up above normal, athletes are at risk of heat injury and dehydration Despite the fact that parts of Canada are suffering their worst droughts in more than three decades, and that daily temperatures across the country are breaking rec
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