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Harrison Brooks

Harrison Brooks

Harrison made the move to Whistler from Saskatchewan in the spring of 2021 to take over the sports reporter position at Pique Newsmagazine.

When not working, Harrison can often be found shredding pow on Whistler Blackcomb, carving up the ice in the local hockey league, hitting bombs in the summer's slo-pitch league or simply just kickin' it.

Although you wouldn't know it from looking at him, since moving to B.C. Harrison has been suffering from severe sunset withdrawal, though he's able to power through it and not let it affect his work, like a true hero. He is also a survivor of four years of living in Regina, where he obtained his Bachelor of Journalism degree at the U of R before quickly ditching that place to move to Saskatoon.

Email
sports@piquenewsmagazine.com

Recent Work by Harrison

Whistler’s Harrison Gray looks to create deeper connections in the town’s sport scene

Whistler’s Harrison Gray looks to create deeper connections in the town’s sport scene

After returning home from addiction treatment, the former Team Canada snowboarder has a new outlook on life—and he wants to share it with as many people as possible
Whistler's Finn Iles finishes Top 3 in World Cup overall rankings

Whistler's Finn Iles finishes Top 3 in World Cup overall rankings

Junior riders Jackson Goldstone and Gracey Hemstreet each take top spot in junior World Cup standings
Pemberton LiveShare development sees public opposition

Pemberton LiveShare development sees public opposition

Public opposition about the co-living project's lack of parking has begun to flood into council
Photos: Sea to Sky amateurs shine on Whistler’s biggest MTB stage

Photos: Sea to Sky amateurs shine on Whistler’s biggest MTB stage

Despite their amateur status, Squamish’s Peter Knott and Whistler’s Paris Boucher put their names alongside the pros at Crankworx Whistler
Whistler's Melamed one step closer to EWS overall title

Whistler's Melamed one step closer to EWS overall title

On the back of an incredible season to date, Jesse Melamed is just two strong finishes away from winning the 2022 EWS overall title
RBC GranFondo returns to Whistler next month

RBC GranFondo returns to Whistler next month

More than 7,000 cyclists will ride up Highway 99 from Vancouver for the RBC GranFondo Whistler on Sept. 10
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Crankworx Whistler wraps ‘world’s largest mountain biking family reunion’

Crankworx Whistler wraps ‘world’s largest mountain biking family reunion’

After a two-year absence, Crankworx returns to its former glory in its home resort
Photos: Johansson pulls out Red Bull Joyride win at Crankworx Whistler

Photos: Johansson pulls out Red Bull Joyride win at Crankworx Whistler

Swedish phenom Emil Johansson continued his domination of the Slopestyle world at Crankworx Whistler on Saturday
Photos: Lemoine, Scott take Speed and Style wins at Crankworx Whistler

Photos: Lemoine, Scott take Speed and Style wins at Crankworx Whistler

France’s Tomas Lemoine and America’s Jordy Scott got the wins over Bernd Winkler and Alma Wiggberg