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SFU Burnaby athlete first Canadian woman to score in college football game

SFU Burnaby athlete first Canadian woman to score in college football game

Kristie Elliott made history on Saturday when she kicked an extra point for Burnaby’s Simon Fraser University in the second quarter of its NCAA football game, becoming the first Canadian female to play in, and score, in a college football game.
Hall of Fame swimmer returns to Burnaby school to coach

Hall of Fame swimmer returns to Burnaby school to coach

Hall of Fame swimmer Sue Logan, who has spent a lifetime in the pool and coaching young athletes, was named an assistant coach with the Simon Fraser University men’s and women’s swim program, head coach Demone Tissira announced Thursday.
Burnaby athlete's team wins battle to have Tokyo Paralympics games broadcast

Burnaby athlete's team wins battle to have Tokyo Paralympics games broadcast

Canadian Paralympic Committee announces coverage extended to include all Team Canada sitting volleyball games
Burnaby hangs giant gold medal to honour Christine Sinclair

Burnaby hangs giant gold medal to honour Christine Sinclair

Medal hangs on community centre named after Christine Sinclair
Burnaby's Christine Sinclair to play for Olympic gold after stunning win over U.S.

Burnaby's Christine Sinclair to play for Olympic gold after stunning win over U.S.

Canadian captain and Burnaby native Christine Sinclair will play for a gold medal.
Here are the Burnaby athletes you can cheer on at the Tokyo Olympics

Here are the Burnaby athletes you can cheer on at the Tokyo Olympics

Four athletes are representing Burnaby
SFU Burnaby hires swim coach after previous coach left following mysterious absence

SFU Burnaby hires swim coach after previous coach left following mysterious absence

Demone Tissira, who ran the University of Regina swim program, will oversee Canada’s only NCAA men’s and women’s swim teams
BCJALL to showcase players in special summer tournament

BCJALL to showcase players in special summer tournament

The BC Junior A Lacrosse League has announced its teams will play a "summer showcase" series of games beginning in early July to give players a chance to show off their skills to scouts and college recruiters.
New West secondary loses popular football coach after 18-year run

New West secondary loses popular football coach after 18-year run

Farhan Lalji announces he's no longer with the Hyack program
Thatcher Demko 'desperately' hopes the Canucks bring back Ian Clark

Thatcher Demko 'desperately' hopes the Canucks bring back Ian Clark

"I owe probably just about everything to him."