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Hesjedal ready to climb into overall lead

Hesjedal ready to climb into overall lead

Victoria rider remains in second with three stages to go
U-16 boys float big dreams in water polo

U-16 boys float big dreams in water polo

There is an argument making the rounds that the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics changed Canadians in a fundamental way and no longer are we satisfied with bronze. It seems to have rubbed off in Summer Olympics sports, as well.

Soccer's Co-op women face 'big test' in Whitecaps

Coach Dave Dew says his Peninsula Co-op women's soccer team has improved from last year's 1-10-3 record in the United Soccer Leagues W-League.

Caps defeat JBAA for Rounsefell Cup

James Bay Athletic Association, denied a record 23rd B.C. Rounsefell Cup Premier rugby title Saturday, remained gracious but unbowed in defeat.
Seattle pressed by game Highlanders

Seattle pressed by game Highlanders

VICTORIA 1 SEATTLE 1 The road for the Seattle Sounders U-23 players, if everything were to go right in their careers, would end at CenturyLink Field with the parent Major League Soccer club.
Junior 'Rocks left with a bellyache

Junior 'Rocks left with a bellyache

NEW WESTMINSTER 9 VICTORIA 7 As far as losses go, this one stung like a slap in the belly from a wet fish. Looking to land themselves another two points in the B.C. Junior A Lacrosse League, the host Victoria Jr.

Canada's Olympic volleyball hopes dimmed after loss to U.S

The Canadian men's volleyball team - with Victoria's Josh Howatson and Fred Winters starting - fell just short of qualifying for the 2012 London Summer Olympics Saturday night.
Canada's volleyball team has Olympics in sight

Canada's volleyball team has Olympics in sight

Underdogs? Who, us? The Canadian men's volleyball team - ranked No. 18 in the world and with Victoria's Josh Howatson and Fred Winters starting - are two wins from qualifying for the 2012 London Summer Games.
Oil Kings goalie a battler by nature

Oil Kings goalie a battler by nature

Port Alberni-born Broissoit shines as his father battles MS

UVic to host Canada-U.S. field hockey games

Maddie Secco of Victoria proved a breakout performer for Canada in February at the last-chance Olympic qualifier in Delhi for London 2012.