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Burnaby's Christine Sinclair returning to Portland Thorns for 11th season

Burnaby's Christine Sinclair returning to Portland Thorns for 11th season

The 39-year-old wants another trophy after recently claiming her third career National Women's Soccer League championship.
Panthers edge out Vikings for Burnaby-New Westminster boys soccer pennant

Panthers edge out Vikings for Burnaby-New Westminster boys soccer pennant

Moscrop Secondary eked out a 1-0 win over Burnaby North Secondary to take the Burnaby New Westminster School Athletic Association banner Friday.
Burnaby soccer icon Christine Sinclair wins third NWSL title

Burnaby soccer icon Christine Sinclair wins third NWSL title

Portland Thorns FC knocks off Kansas City Current 2-0 in the final.
SFU's Jessica Wisotzki named to 2022-23 GNAC preseason all-conference squad

SFU's Jessica Wisotzki named to 2022-23 GNAC preseason all-conference squad

Wisotzki averaged 17.3 points per game during 2021-22 season.
Burnaby researcher to be inducted into 2023 BC Sports Hall of Fame

Burnaby researcher to be inducted into 2023 BC Sports Hall of Fame

"Dr. Borisoff’s impact on Canadian wheelchair basketball cannot be overstated."
Burnaby's Gabriel Guilbault selected to Canada for World Hockey Challenge

Burnaby's Gabriel Guilbault selected to Canada for World Hockey Challenge

“Gabe is an upcoming elite defenceman, and this is a well-deserved honour in making one of Canada's Under-17 teams."
SFU women's basketball team ranked fifth in 2022-23 preseason rankings

SFU women's basketball team ranked fifth in 2022-23 preseason rankings

The women finished sixth in 2021-22 conference play, while the men claimed seventh.
Empire Boxing Enterprises bringing 'The Takeover' to Burnaby

Empire Boxing Enterprises bringing 'The Takeover' to Burnaby

The Takeover will feature six bouts at Burnaby's Grand Villa Casino.
SFU football moving two U.S. home games back to Burnaby after easing of COVID-19 border requirements

SFU football moving two U.S. home games back to Burnaby after easing of COVID-19 border requirements

Four of the Read Leafs' games were scheduled to be played in Blaine, Washington.
'This is the first step': SCWHL pleased with resignations of top Hockey Canada personnel

'This is the first step': SCWHL pleased with resignations of top Hockey Canada personnel

Numerous companies have paused or ended sponsorship agreements with the national governing body amid ongoing sexual assault allegations and misconduct.
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