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Cap trio takes on world

NORTH Shore rugby fans will be up late Tuesday night watching Canada play their first game of the 2011 Rugby World Cup.

Dekanich ready for NHL life

NORTH Vancouver's Mark Dekanich is a lot of things - husband, prolific Tweeter, liberal arts nerd, white knight - but one title he's aspired to but never attained is that of a fulltime NHL player.

GPS bike race crowns lords of the mountain

THE team of Ray Lachance and Rod Dagneau claimed top spot in the inaugural running of the innovative North Shore Overlord GPS Mountain Bike Race held on Mount Fromme Aug. 27.

NV duo earn field hockey all-star honours

TWO North Vancouver field hockey players were recently named to the NCAA Colonial Athletic Association's All-CAA preseason team in a vote by the league's head coaches.

Rolling with the champ

West Van lawn bowler a national champion

Cyclists gear up for huge race

The RBC GranFondo Whistler is set to blast off for its second running with more than 7,000 cyclists signed up to race from Vancouver to Whistler on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Hockey's home at last

Hockey's home at last

AFTER years of stops, starts, fundraisers and former garbage dumps, field hockey will finally have its own artificial turf field at Ambleside Park this September.

Crofts, Seabrook represent Canada at University Games

WEST Vancouver's Helen Crofts finished sixth in the 800-m final in track and field at the Summer Universiade, falling shy of the podium at Shenzhen Universiade Center Stadium in Shenzhen, China Aug. 18.
Watt catching on to CFL

Watt catching on to CFL

North Van receiver hopes to push Argos past Lions

Reinhart and Rielly chip in on Canadian U18 win

WEST Vancouver's Griffin Reinhart and Morgan Rielly helped Canada's under-18 men's national hockey team claim gold for the fourth year in a row at the prestigious Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament held Aug. 8-13 in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.