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Dedicated runners from Nanaimo’s Bastion Run Club participate each year in the Island Race Series.
From Thursday (March 16) through until Sunday, Nanaimo is hosting the Curl B.C. U18 championships.
One indicator of spring is that registration is now underway for those wishing to play in local fastball, softball, or baseball leagues…
The annual Nanaimo Ladies’ Bonpiel is a popular date on the local curling calendar.
NANAIMO – Awards presented during Nanaimo District Lacrosse Association annual general meeting.
With the end of January in sight, local curlers are now well into the second half of their playing season.
The start of the season may still be months away, but planning is already well underway for the upcoming season of box lacrosse.
Sports columnist Ian Thorpe presents his annual Thorpe Report Christmas poem.
Kin Pool saw plenty of action this past summer, thanks to another busy and successful season of the Nanaimo White Rapids Summer Swim Club.
The sport of soccer has always had a strong presence in the Nanaimo community.
Last weekend featured one of the most popular bonspiels of the entire season, the Nanaimo Men’s Hangover Bonspiel.
Another season of youth soccer in the Nanaimo area is up and running successfully.
The season recently culminated with the annual Nanaimo District Cross-Country Championships.
The Nanaimo Curling Centre on Wall Street is busy with league action most days of the week.
This past summer was another successful one for teams representing the Nanaimo District Lacrosse Association.
For this season, registration numbers are up slightly for minor hockey, with enrolment sitting currently at 788 players.
Victoria was crowded with nearly 8,500 runners and joggers pounding the pavement this past weekend and Nanaimo was well-represented.
With the end of the official golfing season upon us, the sport has certainly been in the news recently.
Early in the fall is one of those times of year when community walks or runs for good causes seem to be most popular.
Today on the calendar is the first day of autumn, which means another local curling season is just about to commence…