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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

Local youth passenger bobsled rides discounted 50 per cent

Local youth passenger bobsled rides discounted 50 per cent

The Whistler Sliding Centre is offering the discount until April 7
2024 Sea to Sky Photo Challenge finalists revealed

2024 Sea to Sky Photo Challenge finalists revealed

Laura Szanto, Matt Bruhns, Steffi Jade, Nicolas Teichrob and Anatole Tulzak will vie for the $3000 prize
Youth rugby returns Feb. 25 to the Sea to Sky

Youth rugby returns Feb. 25 to the Sea to Sky

The Axemen offer youth programs for various ages, from U8 to U16
Axes and Oars win big against Kelowna

Axes and Oars win big against Kelowna

Axemen remain unbeaten in Division 2 play with shutout of SFU
Whistler Film Festival saw 14% attendance bump in 2023

Whistler Film Festival saw 14% attendance bump in 2023

Last year’s lineup included eight Oscar-contending movies
Axemen prevail in Kitsilano and Capilano

Axemen prevail in Kitsilano and Capilano

The Axes and Oars fell in Nanaimo, but have their first home game on March 9
Winter X Games 2024 recap: McMorris, Sharpe reach the podium in Aspen

Winter X Games 2024 recap: McMorris, Sharpe reach the podium in Aspen

Jasmine Baird's top result was fourth place
Axemen Rugby Club thriving in return to Division 2 play

Axemen Rugby Club thriving in return to Division 2 play

Despite a Division 1 playoff triumph in 2023, the Sea to Sky team went down a level to accommodate its members
Teck BC Cup #2 coming to Whistler Olympic Park

Teck BC Cup #2 coming to Whistler Olympic Park

Callaghan Valley next hosts the provincial cross-country skiing circuit on Feb. 10 and 11
Escape Route's Ski to Sky Challenge returns in 2024

Escape Route's Ski to Sky Challenge returns in 2024

The annual ski touring event runs from Feb. 4 to March 31
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