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Playing with the big girls

Fresh from a trip back east and visits to Dartmouth University in New Hampshire and Yale University, Squamish's Jaime Jacquard-Sowa is stoked about the busy hockey season ahead.

Youth soccer kicks off with travel team tourney

The surest sign of fall in Squamish is Centennial Fields filling up with the sound of cheers, laughter and feet on leather.

Kindrees kick it at B.C. Cup

Silly little things like heavy medication and dehydration don't stop champions. They certainly didn't stop Squamish's most potent sibling mountain bike duo at the Island Triple Throw Down B.C. Cup Finals at Mt. Washington last Saturday (Aug.

Pirates plunder provincials

The Squamish Pirates descended on a Burnaby pool and looted the place to bring home medals of gold, silver and bronze. Members of the local swim club participated in the provincial swimming championships Aug.

A new diamond in the rough

The newest addition in the Sea to Sky golf collection is short in stature but packs quite a punch.

Forget the Olympics - here are the real speedsters

It used to be called rag-racing, but once you see these dogs race you'd think they were drag racing.

Squamish Valley speed

Prime road conditions, zero wind, and a shady, flat Squamish Valley course made for some fast times during Saturday's (Aug. 14) B.C. cycling time trial championships.

High speed on the high seas

Squamish will soon be banking on the strong, reliable breeze that whips through the Howe Sound every day. From Aug.

Hard times in Newfoundland

Squamish adventurer Chris Christie trekked 392 km across Newfoundland this summer - but it wasn't quite enough. Chris Christie took part in the Adventure Racing World Championship the first week of August.

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.
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