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Yamada earns berth at masters provincials

Revenge wasn't easy.

Classics in Top 8 while McGregor wins big

Using the Hyack Invitational as a training meet, several Kamloops Classics earned Top 8 finishes in Vancouver.

Sport needs able-bodied growth

When Kelly Smith set out to train for wheelchair racing, he never anticipated becoming a role model for young athletes.

Leclaire heads up Dilio Division all-star roster

Twice invited to Team Canada's training camp, Pascal Leclaire gets the nod from the Frank Dilio Conference as all-star.

Raiders on lookout for players

Rugby teams in Kamloops are always looking for players.

Dormer defends speed skiing title

Maybe John Dormer zigged when he should of zagged.

Steelers rack up big points

Using the worst team in the league as their victims, the 88 PaveRite Steelers worked hard to pad their stats.

Samson sets sights on X Games

It took a long time for Mike Samson's mom to watch. "The last time she came to a show, I broke my ankle," he grins. Samson ended up in a wheelchair for a while.

Top Prospects tab Morrisonn

Shaone Morrisonn doesn't want to make a choice between playing for Don Cherry or Bobby Orr.

No slam dunks in wheelchair hoops

The Kamloops Bulldawgs will be looking to roll over their competition this weekend. The Bulldawgs begin play tomorrow morning at 8:30 a.m. against the Vancouver Dynamos in the 11th annual Pius McInnes Memorial Wheelchair Basketball Tournament.