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The Test of Metal festival continued on Sunday (June 16) with the Mini-Metal and Rockstar Downhill events. The mini-metal took place at Squamish Station mall, with the Rockstar Downhill hitting the trails in Valleycliffe for the first time since 2010.
The 17th annual Test of Metal race saw approximately 1,000 riders take on the 67-kilometre course. Squamish's Neal Kindree posted the fastest time for the second straight year.
Squamish residents were asked to submit their photos for the lookalike contest. Rob and Abe Pacheco were selected as the winner and received a full detailing package from 99 Carwash and Detailing. Thanks to all who entered!
Thomas the Tank Engine made a stop in Squamish as part of the Go Go Thomas tour. Thousands of Thomas fans from all over packed the West Coast Heritage Railway Park over the last two weekends.
Longboarders of all shapes and sizes invaded Britannia Beach for the sixth annual Britannia Classic race. Vancouver's Kevin Reimer continued his dominance at the event, winning his second straight and fifth in the race's six year existence.
The annual Squamish Youth Triathlon took over Brennan Park on Sunday (May 12). Children of all ages ran, swam and biked their way to excellence despite a rainy May morning.
The first ever British Columbia Rugby League International 9's tournament took place in Squamish on Saturday (May 11). The event saw teams from New Zealand and Fiji compete, as well as teams throughout B.C.
The 2013 Orecrusher race kicked off the mountain bike series in Squamish with 320 riders hitting the trails in Brackendale. Squamish's Neal Kindree won the race for the third straight year.
A total of 131 riders from all over the province invaded Cat Lake to take part in the Cat Scratch Fever dirt biking race on Sunday (May 5).
The stars of All Star Wrestling invaded Totem Hall for another night of professional wrestling action on Saturday (April 27).