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Trail minor hockey shares concerns over BC Hockey sanctions on BCHL

Trail minor hockey shares concerns over BC Hockey sanctions on BCHL

Trail minor hockey and Smoke Eaters relationship in jeopardy due to BC Hockey sanctions
‘The story of the bike is global’: B.C. film documents rising importance of cycling

‘The story of the bike is global’: B.C. film documents rising importance of cycling

The Engine Inside argues the world is better off on two wheels
Triathlon training, a path to the fountain of youth for Trail athlete

Triathlon training, a path to the fountain of youth for Trail athlete

Trail’s Dan Bouillon wins gold in his category at the Wasa Lake Sprint Triathlon Championship
Nelson’s Bruno Campese lifts Stanley Cup as scout for Vegas Golden Knights

Nelson’s Bruno Campese lifts Stanley Cup as scout for Vegas Golden Knights

Campese was on the ice to celebrate the Golden Knights’ 1st championship
Creston local drafted to WHL’s Lethbridge Hurricanes

Creston local drafted to WHL’s Lethbridge Hurricanes

Brody Rotar was selected in the 2023 Western Hockey League Prospects Draft
West Kootenay Avalanche emerge victorious in two spring tournaments

West Kootenay Avalanche emerge victorious in two spring tournaments

“The result was a perfect spring season and lifelong friendships for the boys,” says coach Adams.
Nelson twins to compete at junior world vaulting championship

Nelson twins to compete at junior world vaulting championship

Selina and Julia Kromer-Anton train at Blewett’s Koot-Neigh club
West Kootenay Muay Thai fighter wins by KO at Mega Show in L.A.

West Kootenay Muay Thai fighter wins by KO at Mega Show in L.A.

West Kootenay fighter Charles Bisset captured two world Muay Thai titles with a second round KO
In Nelson, a punching bag once used by Muhammad Ali hangs in place of honour

In Nelson, a punching bag once used by Muhammad Ali hangs in place of honour

Here’s how the bag ended up at Yom Chi Martial Arts
Renowned TaeKwon-Do master visits Creston’s Dragon Martial Arts Academy

Renowned TaeKwon-Do master visits Creston’s Dragon Martial Arts Academy

On March 28, members of the Dragon Martial Arts Academy (Creston’s Taekwon-Do school) received a visit from 8th degree black belt, Tom Thurston. He is a born and raised Creston resident, former gold-winning national team member, and the first Canadian black belt under 9th degree black belt and pioneer of Taekwon-Do, Grandmaster C.K. Choi.