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Prince George rink clinches semifinal berth at nationals

They were facing the business end of a double-barreled threat. They had to win both games. But rather than see their trip to the Canadian visually impaired curling championship come to a premature end, the Prince George rink that makes up Team B.C.

Young guns tackling Iceman

For 23 years, the Prince George Iceman has been gathering steam as the city's largest annual sporting event. If the influx of young competitors signed up for the 24th annual Iceman on Sunday is any indication, the future of the race is in good hands.

Minor hockey club focused on Phoenix

A group of local hockey players and coaches is going to leave winter behind -- at least for a short time. The Prince George Custom Edge Sports Canucks will be in Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 18-21 for the President's Day Invitational tournament.

Bantam girls one victory short of tournament title

The WIC Cougars were a little short-staffed. As it turned out, they needed a full lineup to beat the Abbotsford Ice for gold.
PGSS gym team provincials-bound

PGSS gym team provincials-bound

In the school of gymnastics, boys are usually outnumbered by the girls by a wide margin. But you don't have to tell Ben Garcia there's a place for males in the world of pommel horses, parallel bars, rings, vaults and gym floor mats.

Cougars' net loss is Tigers' gain

After they choked in Edmonton, the Prince George Cougars were hoping a trip to Medicine Hat would leave a better taste in their mouths. It didn't.
Elastic training option now available in Prince George

Elastic training option now available in Prince George

These aren't the ordinary rubber bands that come wrapped around your morning newspaper. These ones improve athleticism, strength, cardiovascular fitness and flexibility. They also come in handy for rehabilitating injuries.

Blizzard skaters excel in national event

With Sarah Pousette and Phillip Shrimpton on the long track speed skating train to the Canada Winter Games and Tim Hempsall preparing for his short-track duties next week in Halifax, their Prince George Blizzard Speed Skating clubmates have been taki

Cats fall apart in third

It was yet another Cougar collapse in Edmonton. Tuesday night at Rexall Place, the Prince George Cougars had a 5-2 lead against the Edmonton Oil Kings at the end of two periods but lost 6-5.

Farrance will be hands-on at Games

He's worked at the Winter Olympics, the Pan-Am Games, three world figure skating championships, the world under-20 women's soccer championship and five Canada Games.
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