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Tofino and Ucluelet’s best sports stories of 2018

The West Coast’s athletes filled 2018 with flair, personal achievements and competitive success.

  • Jan 13, 2019

Senior A Basketball: Ucluelet’s Basketball on the Edge tourney results

“Halfway through the tournament, we started becoming a team.”

Ucluelet to host basketball tournament this weekend

“Our gym, when it is full, is one of the loudest gyms of the tournaments that we go to.”

First Nation female hockey player a force on the ice

Bree-Anna Henderson continues to lead as one of the top scorers in her last year of hockey.

55+ BC Games coming to Abbotsford in 2022

More than 3,000 athletes in 23 sports competing at event

Tofino’s Queen of the Peak surf competition fosters youth empowerment

“If I was seven years old and I was watching this, I would be so inspired to get out there.”

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BC Summer Games: Volunteer commitment
Zone 4 - Liam Haysom
A look into Golf Canada's program at Bear Mountain
Blue Jays manager says assault charge against Osuna 'unnerving'

Tofino-Ucluelet surfers conquer 17th annual Surfrider Clean Water Classic

Contest cancelled halfway through day one due to big waves and strong wind.

North Island Tour De Rock rider Benjamin Leah leads team to Port Hardy

“You don’t have issues and problems when you look at these kids and how much they’re going through.”

Willie Mitchell hosts second annual Fish for the Future derby in Tofino

“We’re really excited to get year number two under our belt.”

Tofino pickleball club welcomes new players

Free drop-in activity runs three days a week and all the needed equipment is provided.

Devries leads Team Canada to World Surfing Games

Canadian team excited to compete in Japan against 42 of the world’s best surfing nations.

Devries leads Team Canada to World Surfing Games

Canadian team excited to compete in Japan against 42 of the world’s best surfing nations.

VIDEO: Ucluelet cheers Special Olympic gold medalist

“Thank you so much for everything and making this such a special experience for Max.”

Golf’s Canadian Amateur Championship comes to Vancouver Island

Duncan Meadows hosting in conjunction with Pheasant Glen