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Briggs unbeatable at P.G. Open judo tournament

Fighting for his adopted club, Aven Briggs was perfection in motion. Briggs, a 100 Mile House product who moved here in January for judo and school, went a combined 8-0 at the Prince George Open, held Saturday at the Civic Centre.

Prazma part of golden result

Kyanna Prazma, much to her disbelief, is part of a championship team. Sunday in Lake Cowichan, Prazma and her Pandas teammates defeated the Thunderbirds 4-1 in the final game of B.C. Hockey's Female Under-18 B.C. Cup.

Forster brings home gymnastics title

Gymnastics Results of the Prince George Gymnastics Club members at the Kitimat Dynamics meet held over weekend in Kitimat.

Roadrunners make tracks in Miworth

Running Results of the Prince George Roadrunners Miworth Run, held Sunday in Miworth. Five-kilometre run Female grand master 1. Debbie Rowe, 29:10 Female junior 1. Rebekah Hewitt, 22:54 Female master 1. Heather Ouellette, 30:15 2 .

Gatzke golden at judo tournament

For Meghan Gatzke, judo has always been more about practice and less about competition. Her dedication to one led to gold in the other Saturday at the Civic Centre.

2010 Games athletes relive the experience

Jody Barber knows the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, Russia are less than four years away and wants to be there.

Brough, Flyers win Allan Cup

The Fort St. John Flyers finally got to share in a hockey tradition that started 102 years ago. They took their first victory swigs out of the Allan Cup.

Judo Open comes to Civic Centre

Build it, and they will come. The playing field is a padded floor at the Civic Centre, and if anybody named Joe shows up to compete in today's Prince George Judo Open, it's a guarantee that Joe will be shoeless.

T-birds take local running back

Junior football teams wanted Brandon Deschamps. They're not going to get him. Deschamps, a Grade 12 student at Kelly Road secondary school, is going to make the jump straight from high school to university football.

WBC pitcher goes pro in Germany

The inaugural World Baseball Challenge had far-reaching implications for pitcher Corey Parsons. The Prince George event, held last July at Citizen Field, led Parsons to a pro baseball contract to play this season in Germany.