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Elk Lake triathlon celebrates 30th anniversary

Long before Simon Whitfield's Olympic heroics and Peter Reid's and Lori Bowden's multiple wins at Ironman Hawaii placed Victorians at the centre of the triathlon universe, there was the small race in 1980 at Elk Lake.

Seals wilt under desert heat

The Victoria Seals melted under the sweltering heat in the Arizona desert.

Season now on line for Salmon Kings

Alaska at Victoria, 7 P.M.

Things starting to look up for salmon fishing

Despite the doom and gloom fishing of last summer, and the lean pickings this past winter, the salmon picture for 2009 looks more promising than it did last year. The El Nino warm water phenomenon has changed to an El Nino cold water pattern.

Big money, big names for '09

Purse increase, return of Rutledge have Victoria organizers excited

Series far from over, Salmon Kings insist

You don't have to be a Hockey Hall of Fame analyst to figure this one out: Since no team in ECHL Kelly Cup playoff history has rebounded from a 0-3 deficit in a best-of-seven series, Wednesday night's Game 3 at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre is pretty

James Bay overcomes Velox in overtime to win berth in Rounsefell Cup

This was a tough game for even tougher men. The Canadian Direct Insurance B.C.

Alaska taking control

Everything that went so right for the Victoria Salmon Kings in the first round of the ECHL playoffs is suddenly going wrong in the second round.

Shortened season has Nash looking to stay in desert

It's like his hometown without the cherry blossoms. Somehow it just doesn't feel like spring in Phoenix without Steve Nash of Victoria in the NBA playoffs. Since the Arbutus Junior High and St.

Australian has high hopes

Highlanders open camp with talented recruits such as Tynan Diaz