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Sun Run fever hits the Coast

From high school runners to proud mums and their babies, the Sunshine Coast was out in force in Vancouver last Sunday.

Chat and Elphi hit the links

The high school sports scene has moved away from the gym as both Chatelech and Elphinstone have teed off on another golf season.

Pigs' playoff run ends

The Gibsons Pigs saw its 2003/04 rugby season come to a close last weekend in a thrilling semifinal loss to the Capilanos. The Caps picked up a 15-10 win on a beautiful, sunny day at Elphinstone Secondary School.

Tsunami win consolation final

The U14 Tsunami had another solid weekend of volleyball, winning the consolation final at the Island Volleyfest in Nanaimo last weekend.

Local skaters trying to start club

Two up and coming speed skaters are trying to bring their act a little closer to home.

Tsunami grabs third

The Sunshine Coast Volleyball Club (SCVC) is off to a fast start as the U14 team placed third at a recent event. Tsunami took part in the Six-Pack Sensation volleyball tournament on March 27 at the Harry Jerome Sports Centre. Volleyball B.C.

Crushers win women's title

A poet once wrote "Oh, to be in England now that April's here." Well, it couldn't have been any better than last weekend on the Coast as beautiful weather contributed to a dandy Women's Soccer League year-end tournament.

Flyers win title in O.T. thriller

The Suncoast Flyers claimed the 2003/04 Men's A-division hockey championship after a thrilling 1-0 overtime win over the Rangers last Friday night at the Sunshine Coast Arena.

Nestman strikes gold in Arizona

Jenna Nestman represents the future of track and field athletes on the Sunshine Coast.

Course record lowered at April Fool's Run

More than 480 individuals and teams ran from Gibsons to Sechelt last Sunday in the 26th annual April Fool's Run Half-Marathon.