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Local running and triathlon trainer Christine Suter is organizing the event. Anybody who wishes to volunteer can contact her at 604-932-0788 or christine@c2skymultisport.com.

 

Football teams off to a great start

Two teams comprised of athletes from Sea to Sky have joined the North Vancouver Football League this fall, and so far both teams are doing well.

The Sea to Sky Broncos are aged 10 and 11, and play in the Pee Wee Division. They are currently tied for third in the league with a record of three wins and three losses. The Broncos practice every Tuesday in Squamish and on Thursdays in Whistler. Games are on the weekends. Their next game is on Sunday, Oct. 24 in North Vancouver, followed by a game at Don Ross Secondary in Squamish at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 31.

The Sea to Sky Saints are children aged six to nine, and play in the flag football division. They are currently ranked second in the league with a record of four wins and two losses.

Their next game is on Sunday in North Vancouver. The team will also play a home game on Sunday, Oct. 31, kicking off at 10 a.m.

The regular season for both leagues winds up on Nov. 14.

 

Mt Currie hosting karate tournament

Wim Te Winkle of the Pemberton Karate Club and the Mount Currie Recreation Commission have joined forces to host the Qépen Karate Tournament in Mt. Currie, on Nov. 20, open to all students of the martial art. There are categories for white belts and higher, and age-appropriate age categories for children.

The tournament will take place at the Ullus Complex in Mt. Currie, with registration at 9 a.m. and competition starting at 10 a.m. Spectators are welcome.

The event is being held to promote participation in sports in Pemberton and Mt. Currie.

For registration packages, contact Daniel Cindric, recreation coordinator for Mt. Currie, at 604-894-6115 or daniel.cindric@lilwat.ca.

 

Lunar Enduro returns

This Saturday, Oct. 23, the Squamish Off Road Cycling Association is bringing back the Bill Landry Loonar Enduro, a six-hour event where riders see how many laps they can complete between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. - with the last two hours taking place in the dark, so good quality lights and/or headlamps are mandatory.

You can race as a team of two or solo, with categories for juniors, open men and women, and veterans.

The theme of the race is cartoon characters, and the prize for best costume is a Kona Cruiser from Nesters Market.

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