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One steamy STORMY

Storms are usually characterized by high winds, thunder, lightning and lots of rain - but in Saturday's (Aug. 14) running of STORMY, Squamish's 67-kilometre test of endurance and determination, heat was the major factor in the race.

Squamish Valley speedway Saturday

Yet another two-wheeled provincial championship race will be held on the roads of Squamish, and this time riders are gunning against nothing but the clock. On Saturday (Aug.

Mixed bag of weather tests SOAR sailors

You'd think that a place whose name means "Mother of the Wind" would be the ultimate playground for sailors.

Running a real race

Welcome to STORMY, otherwise known as a gruelling 67-km sufferfest of epic endurance proportions - and one of the most hard-core trail running races to be found anywhere in North America.

Pirates demonstrate power in the pool

The 36 members of the Squamish Pirates have been working on three key ingredients all season.

A show like no other

Like a true world-class sporting event, you could feel the energy emanating from every inch of space throughout the Al McIntosh Loggers Sports Grounds on Sunday (Aug. 1) for the 2004 Open Show.

Silver on the seas

The words sailing and Squamish have been closely connected for years in the community, and this year marks a special year for the sport.

G'Day, mates!

In the end, there were two athletes that stood above the rest. They chopped, bucked, ran, raced and sawed better than any of the other competitors throughout the day and their effort paid off.

Gears ran smoothly

The weather was hot, but the times of the racers were even hotter in this year's edition of the GearJammer on Saturday (July 24).

Christie conquering Newfoundland

Corner Brook, Nfld. is the place to be this week for adventure racers. The Adventure Racing World Championships 2004 will begin on Sunday (Aug. 1) and a Squamish resident will be in the field of competitors.