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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

Here's what you need to know about the 14 North Shore athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics

Here's what you need to know about the 14 North Shore athletes competing in the Tokyo Olympics

Strong contingent of athletes from North Vancouver and West Vancouver going for gold at the 2020 Games
Prest: The Olympic Games are somehow weirder than ever

Prest: The Olympic Games are somehow weirder than ever

Cardboard beds, empty stands, and endless COVID tests – the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are shaping up to be a very strange Games
North Vancouver friends Sean McColl and Alannah Yip climb into the Olympic spotlight together

North Vancouver friends Sean McColl and Alannah Yip climb into the Olympic spotlight together

These two lifelong family friends are set to take part in the first ever Olympic sport climbing event in Tokyo
Andy Prest: I've discovered something mysterious and wonderful for your summer entertainment

Andy Prest: I've discovered something mysterious and wonderful for your summer entertainment

'The Mysterious Benedict Society' is the new book series I didn't know I needed
Prest: The energy of our 2021 grads will bring this world back to life

Prest: The energy of our 2021 grads will bring this world back to life

These grads have continued to share their passions with the world despite the challenges of a global pandemic
Student film takes North Vancouver grad game 'Gotcha' to the extreme

Student film takes North Vancouver grad game 'Gotcha' to the extreme

Film and drama students overcome COVID-19 restrictions to put together 39-minute suspense thriller
Ceremonies, car parades and drones! North Shore grads celebrate (PHOTOS)

Ceremonies, car parades and drones! North Shore grads celebrate (PHOTOS)

Students, friends and families find creative ways to celebrate while following COVID-19 health restrictions
Three Carson Graham students raise thousands for Heart and Stroke Foundation with class project

Three Carson Graham students raise thousands for Heart and Stroke Foundation with class project

The BC Bolt challenge gets people moving for a month while raising money and awareness
Virtual track meet gives North Shore high school athletes one last chance to shine

Virtual track meet gives North Shore high school athletes one last chance to shine

School teams from across North and West Vancouver revel in (hopefully) last COVID-era competition
North Vancouver's Connor Bedard named WHL Rookie of the Year

North Vancouver's Connor Bedard named WHL Rookie of the Year

15-year-old phenom leads all WHL rookies in points despite missing several games while playing for Team Canada