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David Song

David Song

David is a news and sports journalist for Pique Newsmagazine who moved to Whistler in late 2022 after nearly two decades in Calgary, Alberta. He has previously covered everything from March Madness basketball to PGA Tour Champions golf to U Sports college hockey. David holds a Master's in Sports Journalism from IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana and a Bachelor's Degree in legal studies from the University of Calgary.

Outside of journalism, David has served for nine years as a counselor and activity leader at a non-profit summer camp in southern Alberta. He enjoys watching movies, playing video games and spending quality time with friends and family."

Recent Work by David

Three straight provincial mountain bike titles for Pemberton Secondary School

Three straight provincial mountain bike titles for Pemberton Secondary School

Rebecca Beaton, Isla Inglis and Patrick Tarling led their team in Squamish
Five Sea to Sky runners podium at 2024 Whistler Half-Marathon

Five Sea to Sky runners podium at 2024 Whistler Half-Marathon

McArthur, Maguire, Murdoch, O'Connor and Johnston win medals; Hetherington and Jones fourth as top women in their divisions
Whistler e-bikes to feature Indigenous art in June

Whistler e-bikes to feature Indigenous art in June

Squamish artist Ray Natraoro and Redmond Andrews of the Lil'wat partnered with Evolve for the project
Four local athletes win Indigenous Youth Excellence awards

Four local athletes win Indigenous Youth Excellence awards

Xavian Washington, Penelope Sparrow, Eden Joseph and Rexon Jacob-Wallace were honoured by I-SPARC
Audain Art Museum announces Tom Thomson exhibit

Audain Art Museum announces Tom Thomson exhibit

"Tom Thomson: North Star" will be the largest showcase in museum history
Squamish soccer player Joey Buchanan signs with Vancouver FC

Squamish soccer player Joey Buchanan signs with Vancouver FC

Buchanan helped his team win U17 Nationals in 2023
Axemen blank Meraloma in Division 2 home playoff semifinal

Axemen blank Meraloma in Division 2 home playoff semifinal

Blake Mahovic, Peter Foley and Giles Calder found the end zone in a 33-0 triumph
‘A dream come true’

‘A dream come true’

Marcus Goguen prevails in Verbier at the zenith of his first full Freeride World Tour campaign
Six Sea to Sky riders win 2024 Squamish Enduro

Six Sea to Sky riders win 2024 Squamish Enduro

Melamed, Boucher, Ho, Quist, Wells and Beaton triumph in their respective divisions
Axemen Division 3 team victorious in playoff quarterfinal

Axemen Division 3 team victorious in playoff quarterfinal

The Sea to Sky club downed Kelowna 24-14 on the road
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