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Team Newfoundland and Labrador set off medal detectors after fine showing at Special Olympics Canada Games
Their luggage must have been a little heavier on the return trip home. Athletes from Newfoundland and Labrador claimed 61 medals at the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games which concluded in Antigonish, N.S., over the ...
An 'excellent time' comes to end for Newfoundland and Labrador Special Olympians in Antigonish
The 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games that concluded in Antigonish, N.S., over the weekend. left an impression on the athletes, coaches, families and visitors who cane to the northeastern Nova Scotia community from locations stretched ...
Stephenville Special Olympian Sam Walsh wins bronze at 2018 Summer Games
A bronze medal dangling around her neck. Personal best times in two races. It’s no wonder coach Rosemary Ryan was beaming with pride over the impressive performance of Stephenville Special Olympian Sam Walsh. Related ...
Corner Brook's Amy Barry ready to soak up another St. John's Regatta experience
The electric atmosphere that comes with the Royal St. John’s Regatta is something that Amy Barry has enjoyed for the past three years as an avid rower with the Humber Valley Rowing Club. Barry, a Corner Brook native, is going back on the ...
Corner Brook's Erin Summers excited to be hitting the pond for the 200th Royal St. John's Regatta
Just being able to spin around the pond with a great group of women who love to row is going to be a fun time for Erin Summers. She’s happy to be part of Team Belfor — a new women’s team out of the Humber Valley Rowing Club ...
Corner Brook native Gene Noble excited about his first Royal St. John's Regatta
Gene Noble has a bad hip that forced him to give up running because it caused him too much aggravation. He was immersed in a variety of sports all of his life, with running one of his favourite things to do. He hit the start line for 27 Tely 10 ...
Corner Brook's Lisa LeDrew proud to cross finish line at Ironman Canada 70.3
One of the most gruelling Ironman 70.3 courses in Canada can be found in Whistler, B.C., with steep hills testing the mettle of anybody who cares to push their body to the limit. That’s what Corner Brook’s Lisa LeDrew was looking for ...
Photos from the 2018 Humber Valley Triathlon
The Humber Valley Triathlon took place at Pasadena Beach over the weekend. ...
Thumbs-up for Newfoundland and Labrador race scene
AVONDALE, N.L. - Californian Randy Lewis has watched car races at 2,469 tracks in 80 countries. On Saturday, the Eastbound Speedway in Avondale brought his total up to 2,470. Lewis is the world’s number one trackchaser — the closest ...
Corner Brook man ensures beach volleyball court is perfect at international event
Net heights have to be perfect. Sand is always moving around, so there’s never a continuous flat playing surface. The lines are fixed to the sand, but not like the painted lines on a basketball court. Life can be tough in the sand for ...