The Chinook Sugarbeeters.
It wasn’t that long ago that Marty Birky was a Sugarbeeter.
Wearing the basketball jersey of Chinook Sugarbeeters, he graduated in 2007 from the Montana high school with an impressive scoring average of 20.7 points-per-game, 2.8 steals-per-game and 2.1 assist-per-games.
As a badminton player Valerie Loker represented Canada at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China.
Now as a badminton coach at Edmonton's Royal Glenora, she is passing on her skills to younger students.
A pair of former Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association soccer stars have kickstarted their coaching careers thanks to the Female Apprentice Coach Program.
Kaity Letwiniuk of the Medicine Hat Rattlers and Kelsey Acaster of the Douglas Royals were mentored by their former head coaches this past soccer season.
Despite the fact that his hometown of Wroclaw, Poland is roughly 350-kilmoetres from the Baltic Sea, Blazej Pellowski loves beach volleyball.
Such is his passion, that the fifth-year Keyano Huskies student/athlete says his “biggest dream” would be “starting a beach volleyball academy here in Fort McMurray.”
Fight songs in North American sports, especially those of college and university folk lore, carry a lot of weight.
Prior to every Jayhawks men's basketball game at Allen Fieldhouse, 16,000–strong, sing the traditional University of Kansas alma mater "Crimson and the Blue".
Have badminton racquet will travel.
For the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder badminton duo of brother-and-sister Takeisha and Desmond Wang, the sport of their choosing has allowed them to globetrot around the world.
On Wikipedia, its states that Elkford, British Columbia is known for its outdoor recreation with kilometres of hiking trails and cross country ski trails,
And if you like indoor facilities, there is the Elkford Aquatic Centre, home of the Elk Valley Dolphins Swim Club.
All three of these things were and continue to be, an important part of Corissa Mildenberger’s life.
?There's gold in them thar hills?" is a quote sometimes attributed to the California gold rush of 1849.
?There?s gold in them thar rinks?? could be a quote attributed to the Simard family of Chauvin, Alberta.
A village in east central Alberta, with a population of 335, it is home of Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) curlers Colton Simard of University of Alberta Augustana Vikings and Ashton Simard of MacEwan University Griffins.
The SAIT Trojans become only the third Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference s(ACAC) school to claim medals in both men’s and women’s team events at a Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Cross-Country Running Nationals.
For seven years in a row, prior to entering the 2017 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Women’s National Soccer Championship which concluded Saturday in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Elans de Garneau and NAIT Ooks have stood on the podium be it gold, silver or bronze.
The Metrunec surname is well-known within the University of Alberta Augustana Vikings athletics community.
Jill Metrunec played five years for the women’s volleyball team from 2011-2016.
Lee Metrunec had a cup of coffee with the Vikings soccer team in 2014-2015.
Gael-Mukeba Lubwele’s father and mother, Didier and Angel, knew little, if anything, about ice hockey when they moved to Canada from the Congo.
“They left the Congo and came to Canada because they wanted a better life and at that time they had a lot of war over there,” said Lubwele, a first-year student/athlete for the Portage College Voyageurs men’s hockey team.
From playing Chip Potts of Beauty and the Beast in a high school musical, to heading off to a national cross country championship, Rebecca Johnson is proof against the adage that, “ It's Not All It's Cracked Up To Be.”
For the second year-in-a-row, the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) women’s soccer final featured the same two schools; the host team and three-time defending ACAC champion NAIT Ooks along with the Grande Prairie Regional College Wolves.
Keyano Huskies become only the third Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) school, since 1983-1984, to win three or more consecutive ACAC Men's Soccer Championships as they defeated the NAIT Ooks 1-0 at Sherwood Park's Emerald Hills Sports Pavilion yesterday.