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Unlikely comeback

Wells back on her skis and heading for Canada Winter Games

Young skiiers should be encouraged to compete

Former national team coach Dave Wood says there needs to be a shift in thinking for Canada to create more ski racers and keep them interested in moving up the competitive ladder, and that has to start at the club level.

World class coach enjoyed laid back gig in P.G.

Dave Wood is enjoying life outside the pressure-cooker. A year ago at this time, he was working full-throttle as head coach of Canada's national cross-country ski team in anticipation of the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Trojans toppled in final

The D.P. Todd Trojans, like so many other teams this season, had no answer for Ruth Hamblin.
Kings battled in homestand, but are no closer to playoffs

Kings battled in homestand, but are no closer to playoffs

The Prince George Spruce Kings did everything in their power to pull closer to a playoff position. But wins proved elusive in their last home weekend of the season and they didn't get much help on the out-of-town scoreboard.
Turner takes Iceman title, Jackson a repeat winner

Turner takes Iceman title, Jackson a repeat winner

Arthur Williams Citizen staff Athletes braved strong winds to compete in the 2011 Prince George Iceman, Sunday. Patrick Turner topped the solo men's competition with a time of one hour, 48 minutes and 21 seconds.

What's happening in local sports this weekend

SATURDAY BASKETBALL: College Heights Cougars senior girls tournament resumes at 9 a.m., College Heights secondary school. Semifinals at 9 and 10:45 a.m., final at 4:30 p.m. HOCKEY: BCHL -- Prince George Spruce Kings vs. Westside Warriors, 7 p.m.
Iceman family calls up a ringer

Iceman family calls up a ringer

Swimmer in Sunday’s 24th annual race a former world-record freestyler

Prince George curlers strike national silver

With the Canadian vision-impaired curling national championship on the line, a B.C. team built exclusively with Prince George curlers led the six-time defending champions by a point with just three ends left.

Cats clobber Lethbridge, move on to Calgary, Red Deer

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. -- The Prince George Cougars pounced on an unprepared Lethbridge Hurricanes team in a 7-2 victory Friday at the Enmax Centre.
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