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Corwin Drew is a final two contestant in the Vancouver Whitecaps Academy skills competition.

Yarrow’s Corwin Drew in final of Whitecaps #StayHome Skill Challenge

Only a soccer player from Saskatchewan stands in Drew’s way in the national competition

Corwin Drew is a final two contestant in the Vancouver Whitecaps Academy skills competition.
RBC PGA Scramble holding qualifier at Chilliwack Golf Club

RBC PGA Scramble holding qualifier at Chilliwack Golf Club

Top golfers in the series can advance as far as a national championship tourney in Nova Scotia

RBC PGA Scramble holding qualifier at Chilliwack Golf Club
UFV Cascades student-athletes will not return to competition until January at the earliest.

No competition for UFV Cascades sports teams till 2021

School will honour all athletic financial aid commitments made to student-athletes for 2020-21

UFV Cascades student-athletes will not return to competition until January at the earliest.
Canada West has officially cancelled all fall sports in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canada West cancels fall sports due to COVID-19

B.C. student athletes at seven universities impacted by cancellation, more cancellations possible

Canada West has officially cancelled all fall sports in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Corwin Drew is a final four contestant in the Vancouver Whitecaps Academy skills competition.

VIDEO: Yarrow’s Corwin Drew in final four of Vancouver Whitecaps Academy skills competition

The soccer star is looking for community support to get him through the next round of online voting

Corwin Drew is a final four contestant in the Vancouver Whitecaps Academy skills competition.
VIDEO: Fraser Valley Bandits super fan celebrates 100th birthday

VIDEO: Fraser Valley Bandits super fan celebrates 100th birthday

Abbotsford resident Gladys Sautter surprised by Bandits representatives on big day

VIDEO: Fraser Valley Bandits super fan celebrates 100th birthday
Capilano University Blues assistant coach Jenn Bodnar of Agassiz (at left with Blues guard Simrat Dosanjh and at right in her nurse scrubs) has switched focus from the sidelines to the front lines of public health. (Contributed Photo/Capilano University)
Capilano University Blues assistant coach Jenn Bodnar of Agassiz (at left with Blues guard Simrat Dosanjh and at right in her nurse scrubs) has switched focus from the sidelines to the front lines of public health. (Contributed Photo/Capilano University)
The YMCA launched its YThrive Home program to help people stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. (YouTube)

Exercises move online with YMCA’s new nationwide virtual workout program

YThrive Home offers dozens of free workout videos for people during COVID-19 self-isolation period

The YMCA launched its YThrive Home program to help people stay healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. (YouTube)
Agassiz skiier wraps up successful season

Agassiz skiier wraps up successful season

Van Vliet places high in B.C. competitions

Agassiz skiier wraps up successful season
The Abbotsford Triathlon Club, shown here from a past event, has seen its member use unique ways to keep fit during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Submitted photo)

Abbotsford Triathlon Club staying fit in COVID-19 era

ATC members using virtual reality training, social media and solo races to keep in shape

The Abbotsford Triathlon Club, shown here from a past event, has seen its member use unique ways to keep fit during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Submitted photo)
File Photo/Chris Barker
File Photo/Chris Barker
Team Canada for the World Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George: Kerri Einarson, third, Val Sweeting, second, Shannon Birchard and lead, Briane Meilleur pose with the trophy after defeating Team Ontario to win the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Sask., Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

World Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George cancelled due to COVID-19

Another international sporting event has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak

Team Canada for the World Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George: Kerri Einarson, third, Val Sweeting, second, Shannon Birchard and lead, Briane Meilleur pose with the trophy after defeating Team Ontario to win the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Sask., Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward
Students with The Spirit of Fraser Valley Junior Paddling Program row their dragon boat across a lake. Students ages 13 to 18 are welcome to join the upcoming season; they’re encouraged to sign up by March 15, and practices begin on April 1. (Riana Neels/Contributed Photo)

Fraser Valley Junior Paddling program launches again soon

Looking for local recruits from ages 13 to 18

Students with The Spirit of Fraser Valley Junior Paddling Program row their dragon boat across a lake. Students ages 13 to 18 are welcome to join the upcoming season; they’re encouraged to sign up by March 15, and practices begin on April 1. (Riana Neels/Contributed Photo)
First-year coach of the Hope Skating Club, Sarah Steberl works these young skaters through their routine for the upcoming skating carnival. “Skating Through the Decades” will be performed at 2 and 7 pm on Saturday, March 7. (Barry Stewart)

Carnival will showcase Hope’s figure skating talents

Skating Through the Decades at Hope Arena on March 7

  • Feb 27, 2020
First-year coach of the Hope Skating Club, Sarah Steberl works these young skaters through their routine for the upcoming skating carnival. “Skating Through the Decades” will be performed at 2 and 7 pm on Saturday, March 7. (Barry Stewart)
Mya Onos during her practice with the Sardis Flyers at Chilliwack’s Twin Rinks last year. (File Photo)

Mya Onos gears up for B.C. Winter Games

The decorated speed skater starts competing Friday

Mya Onos during her practice with the Sardis Flyers at Chilliwack’s Twin Rinks last year. (File Photo)
Great Britain national team member Kyle Johnson has inked a deal with the Fraser Valley Bandits for the 2020 CEBL season. (FIBA photo)

Fraser Valley Bandits sign former Olympian

Great Britain team member Kyle Johnson signed for 2020 CEBL season

Great Britain national team member Kyle Johnson has inked a deal with the Fraser Valley Bandits for the 2020 CEBL season. (FIBA photo)
Hope Wildcats’ Hockey 4 goalie, Mya Post deflects a Chilliwack shot to safety, in the opening game of their home tournament, last Friday.  Barry Stewart/ Hope Standard

Hockey 4: Simply for the love of hockey

No scores kept, no MVPs named — in Hope they just play for fun

  • Feb 14, 2020
Hope Wildcats’ Hockey 4 goalie, Mya Post deflects a Chilliwack shot to safety, in the opening game of their home tournament, last Friday.  Barry Stewart/ Hope Standard
VIDEO: Behind the scenes at Hope vs. Habs hockey game

VIDEO: Behind the scenes at Hope vs. Habs hockey game

Former Montreal Canadiens player Steve Shutt talks about alumni team’s travels

VIDEO: Behind the scenes at Hope vs. Habs hockey game
A lacrosse camp for Indigenous youth is planned at Chawathil First Nation this month. It’s one of several free camps around the Fraser Valley planned in the coming weeks.

Free sports camps for Indigenous youth includes lacrosse in Hope

Camps planned across Fraser Valley for players and coaches

A lacrosse camp for Indigenous youth is planned at Chawathil First Nation this month. It’s one of several free camps around the Fraser Valley planned in the coming weeks.
Deb McKinney and Terry Foord from the Hope Curling Club earned their way into the 2020 BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, taking place Feb. 25 to Mar. 1 in Hope. (Submitted photo)

Hope curlers earn berth at 2020 Mixed Doubles provincials

McKinney and Foord to join 16 teams on home ice for championships

Deb McKinney and Terry Foord from the Hope Curling Club earned their way into the 2020 BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, taking place Feb. 25 to Mar. 1 in Hope. (Submitted photo)