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Get the Ultimate thrill

When playing Ultimate, you'll definitely sweat but you won't have to swear.

On top of it all

It's one thing to win, yet another to blow away the competition. That's exactly what the Don Ross Secondary Mountain Bike Team did last Saturday (May 29), in winning the B.C. High School Provincial Mountain Bike Championships in Coquitlam.

Think you're tough, eh?

You'd think people would be crying for mommy after finishing the gruelling 67-km Test of Metal (TOM) race.

National golf championship coming to Squamish

Squamish will once again be under the national sports spotlight after an exciting announcement was made by the Canadian Ladies Golf Association (CLGA).

Squamish riders rock again

When nearly ten per cent of a school population is on a sports team, the numbers alone will ensure the team does well. That is precisely the case for the Don Ross Secondary School (DRSS) mountain bike team.

Double Dog Dare ya

The hills of Valleycliffe will be alive with the sound of joyful screams Saturday (May 29) with the return of Beyond the Valleycliffe of the Dolls.

Change in RallyCross course costs driver win at home

For the first three laps around the RallyCross course at the Interfor Mill Yard on Saturday (May 15), Joe Battrick was blowing away the competition.

Slo-pitch sets sights on Guinness Book of Records

For the past 20-plus years, Squamish residents have been sliding, swinging and pitching in the Squamish Slo-pitch League.

Get your motor running

On Saturday (May 15), the Interfor Mill yard will be transformed into a makeshift racecourse for Squamish's first-ever Rallycross event.

Diving into the competition

Good coaching and a group of individuals willing to put in the effort usually makes for a good team. That's exactly what Squamish Pirates Swim Club head coach Kelly Kay has put together in the pool at Brennan Park.
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