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Senior Ladies tee off Monday

The Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club is busy preparing for a prestigious ladies' golf championship next week. The 2004 B.C. Senior Ladies' Championship is set to tee off at the course in Roberts Creek on Monday morning at 8 a.m.

Haynes looks for shot with Team B.C.

Four North Shore basketball players will vie for a spot on the Basketball B.C. U15 provincial team this weekend.

Strong showing at provincials for Elphi

Athletes from Elphinstone Secondary School continued their impressive track and field season with a strong showing at last weekend's provincial finals in Burnaby.

Budding star qualifies for Summer Games

Madison Shoemaker is hardly ever seen these days without her tennis racket. It's no wonder she loves the game so much. At just 10 years old, the Pender Harbour girl is a rising tennis star on the Coast. She qualified for the B.C.

Canada's top racers set to do battle

The stage is set for Canada's top adventure racers to compete at the first ever Mind Over Mountain Adventure Race (MOMAR) in Sechelt. On Saturday, June 12, teams will arrive from all over B.C.

Senior boys claim North Shore title

Chatelech Secondary School won its first high school mountain biking championship last week after the senior boys claimed the North Shore title.

Mountain bikers sizzle in Summerland

Local riders were in sunny Summerland during the Victoria Day long weekend attending the first of six B.C. Cup mountain bike events. Fortunately, after heavy rains Saturday night, the skies cleared for Sunday and the main event.

Longboarders roll through Pender Harbour

For a few sunny hours last Sunday, Pender Harbour dropped its sleepy backwater status and became a frenzied hub of extreme athletics.

Hong Kong team coming to Outrigger Race

This year's Howe Sound Outrigger Race will have an Asian influence after a women's team from Hong Kong secured an entry this week. The team representing the Hong Kong Outrigger Club will compete in the women's open event.

Lamb puts on her coaching cap

Halfmoon Bay's Madison Lamb will spend the summer in Toronto trying to give back a little something to the sport she loves. Lamb has been invited by Team Canada coach Justine Siegel to be a guest coach for three weeks at a clinic in Toronto.
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