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The curling season may be over, but there are still year-end awards to catch up on, as well as news of big changes to top men’s teams.
The Nanaimo White Rapids are ready to hit the pool for another season of recreational and competitive swimming.
The local curling season has now ended and award banquets have been held for the various divisions of competition.
The annual Spring Fling held last weekend was the final bonspiel of the year at the Nanaimo Curling Centre.
The Nanaimo Track and Field Club's season is about to start, with registration happening next week.
Last week was a full one for local curlers, with the Canadian men’s championship to watch on TV and two bonspiels happening in Nanaimo.
NANAIMO – Local Bastion Running Club members are competing in the annual Frontrunners Island Race Series.
As an experiment this year, a touch football league was offered for bantam (born 2000-01) girls’ teams.
The Nanaimo Curling Centre was home to some entertaining games, as the local club hosted the annual Ladies’ Open Bonspiel.
Let's catch up on results from this past season of bantam boys’ touch football in local elementary schools.
Curling season is in full swing and there has certainly been plenty for Nanaimo players and fans to get excited about recently…
Bob lived life with a boundless enthusiasm and open friendliness with which he energized all around him.
Registration for the upcoming minor lacrosse season is this coming Sunday (Jan. 19), from 1-4 p.m. at the Beban Park Social Centre.
An impressive number of Nanaimo athletes who were presented prior to Christmas with Civic Merit Awards for sports achievement.
News Bulletin sports columnist Ian Thorpe rhymes off reasons to love Nanaimo sports.
This past spring and summer season was another extremely successful one for members of the Nanaimo Track and Field Club.
Last week, 24 teams took part in the Nanaimo Open Master’s Cash Bonspiel at the Nanaimo Curling Centre.
The Nanaimo and District Lacrosse Association met to recognize successes from the past season and to begin planning for the new year.
One of the most popular bonspiels of the local season was successfully held last weekend at the Nanaimo Curling Centre.
Elementary runners proved their mettle at the Nanaimo and District Elementary Schools’ Cross-Country Championships.