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Croxall finishes second in Red Bull Crashed Ice world championships

Croxall finishes second in Red Bull Crashed Ice world championships

The electrifying clink of heavy metal to ice and the deafening roars of 110,000 fans heralded the unmistakable return of Red Bull Crashed Ice to its roots in Quebec City for the 2011 World Championship season closer on Saturday, March 19.
Annual Loppet goes this weekend at Mount Washington

Annual Loppet goes this weekend at Mount Washington

This weekend you can end your winter "with a spring" by skiing the Loppet.
Surprise ending for Reader, Mariners at volleyball nationals

Surprise ending for Reader, Mariners at volleyball nationals

First, they were first. Finally, they were second. That was the shocking finish for the Vancouver Island University Mariners women's volleyball team at the CCAA championships, March 10-12 in Saint John, N.B.
Pacific herring spawn is a true wonder of nature

Pacific herring spawn is a true wonder of nature

It is all well and good to talk about the great migration of Pacific herring into local waters on their annual spawning run, but it can be a little disconcerting when you can't find them.
Special Olympic curlers do well at provincials

Special Olympic curlers do well at provincials

Westbrook sparks Spartans to CIS basketball final

Westbrook sparks Spartans to CIS basketball final

The Comox Valley-to-Canadian basketball championships connection is alive and well. Calvin Westbrook helped lead the Trinity Western University Spartans to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men's basketball championship on the weekend (March 11-13), becoming the second G.P. Vanier Towhee to reach the national final.
Young teams show true spirit

Young teams show true spirit

Island Spirit Sports two youngest teams had a great showing at the “For the Love of It” cheerleading competition in Port Moody on March 12.

Comox golfers set to start season

The Comox Golf Club welcomes everyone back for the 2011 golf season.

Happy's Chiefs open at B.C. championships on Sunday

Happy’s Source for Sports ” Midget Tier 1 Chiefs begin their quest for a provincial championship this weekend.

Men's bonspiel was a blast

The Comox Valley Curling Club hosted the annual Men's Open Bonspiel on the weekend, with 22 local and six out-of-town teams taking part. Competition was fierce, yet a lot of fun and camaraderie was enjoyed by all.