Simon Fraser University middle distance runner Helen Crofts was named the West region female track athlete of the year by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Rosedale middle school's Tasha Willing led the Chilliwack medal count at the Fraser Valley High School Track and Field Championships in Abbotsford last week, dominating the junior girls throwing events.
Victoria's Connor Forman won the elite Super Sprint race (under 21) in a time of 32:26 while Megan Kinghorn, also of Victoria, won the women's Super Sprint in 37:21. In the open adult category North Vancouver's Dylan Gleeson won the men's race while Lauren Babineau of Belcarra, B.C. claimed the women's title. Full results at northshoretriathlon.ca.
Krista Woodward won two separate javelin competitions at the Tucson Elite Classic last week.
The Fort Langley Canoe Club's Fast & Furious dragon boat team edged out all other boats in the 200m sprint at the False Creek Women's Knockout last Saturday, May 11.
Teenaged track and field athletes from across Langley travelled to Abbotsford's Rotary Stadium last week to compete in the Fraser Valley high school track and field championships.
Local students athletes posted a series of great performances and personal bests at the Fraser Valley Track and Field Championship last week from May 13 to 16 at Abbotsford's Rotary Stadium.
WEST Vancouver's Helen Crofts added two more track and field titles to her stellar Simon Fraser University resumé, winning both the 400-metre and 1,500metre races at the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Championships Saturday in Monmouth, Ore.
Simon Fraser University won three individual titles at the Great Northwest conference track and field championships at Monmouth, Oregon on Saturday.
After jumping out to a 26-0 lead, Abbotsford let Surrey back in the game but still led 26-14 at the half.
The best player in B.C. girls volleyball is joining Canada's most successful program.
South Delta Sun Devils are sending their largest contingent of athletes in recent memory to next week's Fraser Valley Track and Field Championships in Abbotsford.
Krista Woodward threw a personal-best 60.15 metres in the women's javelin to place third overall at the recent Seiko Golden Grand Prix meet in Japan.
Wheelchair racing legend Eugene Reimer of Abbotsford will be inducted into the Athletics Canada Hall of Fame.
What started out as his best event, the 110 metre hurdles, turned into somewhat of a disaster as Mission Secondary's Jesse Walker clipped the second to last hurdle and crashed just metres from the finish line at the Upper Fraser Valley Championships on Wednesday.
Golden Ears Athletics hosts its eighth annual Eagle Classic Track & Field Meet at Rotary Field at Maple Ridge Secondary on Saturday, May 11. Events run from 9 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m.
Local middle and high school students posted solid results at the Upper Fraser Valley Track and Field Meet in Abbotsford last week.
I wonder how many readers noticed the difference paid to three simultaneous, calamitous events.
Mayhem manage to secure second place finish in N. Delta