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Harrison Brooks

Harrison Brooks

Harrison made the move to Whistler from Saskatchewan in the spring of 2021 to take over the sports reporter position at Pique Newsmagazine.

When not working, Harrison can often be found shredding pow on Whistler Blackcomb, carving up the ice in the local hockey league, hitting bombs in the summer's slo-pitch league or simply just kickin' it.

Although you wouldn't know it from looking at him, since moving to B.C. Harrison has been suffering from severe sunset withdrawal, though he's able to power through it and not let it affect his work, like a true hero. He is also a survivor of four years of living in Regina, where he obtained his Bachelor of Journalism degree at the U of R before quickly ditching that place to move to Saskatoon.

Email
sports@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Harrison

Pair of Pemberton developments propose hundreds of new homes

Pair of Pemberton developments propose hundreds of new homes

Official Community Plan review to continue through 2022
Whistler youth shine at multiple competitions

Whistler youth shine at multiple competitions

Jepsen leads the way once again for local athletes

Jepsen leads the way once again for local athletes

Whistler's Mollie Jepsen added a few more medals to her collection this past weekend at the para-alpine World Championships, while other local athletes continue to impress as well
Whistler athletes tapped for 2022 Natural Selection Tour

Whistler athletes tapped for 2022 Natural Selection Tour

Whistler's Simon d’Artois looks to cap off Olympic career with gold medal

Whistler's Simon d’Artois looks to cap off Olympic career with gold medal

Local halfpipe hero taking the highs with the lows en route to his second Olympic appearance next month
Canada's Olympic snowboard and luge teams announced

Canada's Olympic snowboard and luge teams announced

Sea to Sky snowboarders and luge athletes among Canadians heading to Beijing next month
Changes afoot in Whistler’s triathlon community

Changes afoot in Whistler’s triathlon community

‘Unprecedented’ Pemberton snowfall creating challenges for crews

‘Unprecedented’ Pemberton snowfall creating challenges for crews

Village of Pemberton wary of potential flooding as snow turns to rain
Local competitions highlight town’s youth athletes

Local competitions highlight town’s youth athletes

Reid Watts focusing on working out the kinks before the Olympic Games

Reid Watts focusing on working out the kinks before the Olympic Games

While results haven’t been there for the Whistler luger, Watts hopes to put it all together when it matters most