After a weekend in Fort St. John that saw club records and meet records fall, the Prince George Pisces are set to get busy at home this weekend. The swim club is hosting the Prince George Invitational Summer Swim Meet down at the Aquatic Centre on Saturday and Sunday.
July 19, 2018 - 8:01pmUpdated: July 19, 2018 - 10:41pm
Among all the athletes taking off to the Cowichan Valley for the Summer Games, there is a large number of Prince George Thunderbirds. The female fastball team recently returned from Provincials with a gold medal in the Tier 2 final.
The countdown to Cowichan is now over as Today marks the opening day for the BC Summer Games in Cowichan Valley. 226 athletes and coaches from Prince George we're joined by 31 Quesnel representatives and many others to head to the Summer Games last night.
Some good news for Prince George's Special Olympics Rhythmic Gymnasts. The team of three who are heading off to Nova Scotia to compete in Nationals have been chosen by the Brink Group of Companies to recieve a $500 sponsorship ahead of their competition.
Most sporting postseasons are pretty straight forward. You win the playoffs, you get to provincials; if you win those you're likely on your way to nationals. The Special Olympics schedule works differently.
Basketball up at the university has added to their squad for next year, with a Provincial team veteran. Lucy Guan of Britannia Secondary School stands at just 5'5", but the guard bolsters a basketball IQ that, according to the team, is well beyond her years.
Canada Day long weekend means we get a couple of exciting events right here in Prince George, and some are even sports related. Down at the Spruce City Fastball Diamonds, the Canada Day Fast-Pitch Tournament gets underway this weekend.