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Eberhard second in Squamish tourney

Whistler’s Rob Eberhard finished second in the A draw of the seventh annual Sea to Sky Open Squash Tournament last weekend in Squamish. Fourteen men entered the top flight of the tournament in this the second year an A draw has been featured.

Street, Sullivan win Nor-Am downhill

Wert finishes second for Canada It’s been a season of comebacks for Picabo Street of the U.S., who was sidelined for all of last season with a torn ACL and broken femur she sustained in 1998.

Ligeti wins again in Nike snowboard series

Although the Kokanee Kross Grand Nationals at Mount Seymour tapped a few of the regular pro riders, the third and final Nike Snowboard Cross (SBX) event, Feb. 24 on Blackcomb, was a near sell-out with 150 participants.

Euros dominate Boardercross

The podium at the Kokanee Boardercross North American Championships at Mount Seymour was invaded by European riders last weekend, who took four out of six podium spots and the lion’s share of the $25,000 prize purse.

Whistler Gymnastics off to a strong start

By Tami Ross and Sheila Mozes The Whistler Gymnastics Club is doing backflips over strong results in their first competitive meet of the season.

McArthur captures Enquist title

For more than 30 years the Equist Slalom has been a major event for junior ski skiers in the Lower Mainland region.

Whistler Storm's off to provincials

The Whistler Storm senior boys basketball team has bounced its way into the provincial championships after beating St. Thomas Aquinas 78-73 and Pemberton Secondary 73-70 at a tournament in West Vancouver. "St.

Battle of badges returns

The Whistler RCMP will and Vancouver City Police will be battling over jurisdiction next month, specifically over who owns Meadow Park arena.

Zurek wins gold at Vans contest

Vancouver’s Natasza Zurek put together back to back inverts to win the Vans Triple Crown halfpipe at Snow Summit, California last week, and an estimated $7,500 U.S. in prize money.

WVSC riders win medals at Seymour

Whistler Valley Snowboard Club riders took the pipe and Mount Seymour by storm Feb. 13, winning five medals in four categories.
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