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Andy Prest

Andy Prest

Andy Prest is the sports editor for the North Shore News and writes a biweekly humour/lifestyle column. He was given the 2016 George Cadogan Memorial Outstanding Columnist Award by the Canadian Community Newspaper Association. Andy thinks you look really fit these days – have you been working out? Send your sports tips or updates on your humour/lifestyle to Andy at aprest@nsnews.com.

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Recent Work by Andy

Photos: Peek inside North Van's upcoming indoor bike park

Photos: Peek inside North Van's upcoming indoor bike park

North Shore Bike Park founder Mike Upton is hoping to have the space ready to open by Spring Break in mid-March
Watch: 15-month-old toddler drains 30-foot shot on his first trip to putting green

Watch: 15-month-old toddler drains 30-foot shot on his first trip to putting green

Little Walker Martin can barely walk, but he absolutely jars this shot from long distance at a North Vancouver pocket park
Andy Prest: Kid slips on a pair of headphones, disappears from the world

Andy Prest: Kid slips on a pair of headphones, disappears from the world

What to do when your kid discovers they can escape their lame parents by going into the headphone cone of silence 🎧
North Van football player earns trip to prestigious East-West Shrine Bowl

North Van football player earns trip to prestigious East-West Shrine Bowl

Handsworth grad Theo Benedet is the only Canadian university player to earn a spot in this year’s game featuring top players from NCAA Div. 1 teams 🏈
North Van teen races her way to cyclo-cross world junior championships

North Van teen races her way to cyclo-cross world junior championships

Madeleine Pollock will race for Team Canada at the Cyclo-cross Junior World Championships Feb. 4 in the Netherlands
North Van Wolf Pack ready to celebrate 15 years by honouring alumni

North Van Wolf Pack ready to celebrate 15 years by honouring alumni

The team is set to unveil a board listing every single player and staff member in their history at a game Jan. 28 at Harry Jerome Arena
Nominations are open again (finally) for the North Shore Sport Awards

Nominations are open again (finally) for the North Shore Sport Awards

Here's your chance to nominate an athlete or team following years of pandemic cancellations and uncertainty
West Vancouver athlete sets 10 world records in 2022 – at age 85

West Vancouver athlete sets 10 world records in 2022 – at age 85

Christa Bortignon claims masters athlete of the year honours after rewriting the record books in her first season competing in the women’s 85+ age category
Legendary Capilano Blues soccer coach Doug Abercrombie has died

Legendary Capilano Blues soccer coach Doug Abercrombie has died

The Burnaby resident coached the Blues women to five national titles during a dominant seven-year stretch
Connor Bedard named MVP as Canada wins gold at world juniors

Connor Bedard named MVP as Canada wins gold at world juniors

The North Vancouver native claims back-to-back golds with Canada while becoming the country's career leader in points and goals at the tournament
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