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Penticton draws top curlers for inaugural World Curling Tour

Penticton’s World Curling Tour field includes No. 2 Niklas Eden from Sweden on Nov. 3 to 6.

Weekend extraordinaire of drag racing

Wine Country Racing Association hosted its eighth annual Car Club Challenge in Osoyoos

Mighty Quail to be “bloody hard”

The inaugural Mighty Quail 100 kilometre race will test experienced trail runners

KISU coach wins prestigious award

B.C. swim coaches choose Tina Hoeben for Rubber Boot Award

Michael Garteig motivated to win for Canucks

Former BCHL goalie strives to keep improving with Utica, Poolman has Jets debut in Penticton

Lind helps lead Canucks to victory

Kelowna Rockets’ Kole Lind’s three-point night leads Canucks to win in Young Stars Classic

Lacrosse players net medals at national championship

Rhys MacDonald helps B.C. under-15 field lacrosse strike gold at nationals, silver for under-18 team

Dragon Boat Festival paddlers ready to make a splash in Penticton

Visitors like ending their season with the Penticton Dragon Boat Festival

Drift Union Matsuri hit Penticton Speedway

Drift car racing entertained crowds at the Penticton Speedway

Demko looking to impress at Young Stars

Top Vancouver Canucks goaltending prospect Thatcher Demko aims to be at his best

High hockey IQ helps Vees adapt quick

The Penticton Vees sign Henry Enebak, adding depth to their forward group before season starts

Tragic death brings helmet discussion to forefront for slo-pitch leagues

Comox Valley tragedy leads to mandatory helmets, discussion on player safety

Pinnacles FC head coach has resigned from position

Pinnacles FC head coach Ezra Cremers stepping down from position

Pikes win provincial medals

Penticton Pikes swimmers earn medals and best times at provincial championships in Kamloops

Penticton Multisport Festival was spectacular

ITU board member said Penticton setting will be “hard to match”

BMX riders race Munson Mountain for first time

New Penticton BMX track at Munson Mountain impresses riders

Sillinger Bros. go from street to BCHL

Sillinger brothers Owen and Lukas team up for first time with the Penticton Vees

Osoyoos BMX rider earns bronze in championship

Osoyoos’ Brody McLean takes bronze at Canadian Championship

OHA finds its newest female coach

Courtney Tougas becomes new head coach for OHA Female Varsity team

Penticton pros earn top-10 finish in Long Course world championship

Jeff Symonds and Jen Annett earned matching eight-place finish in ITU Long Course World Championship