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Cycling: New bike path needed in Kitsilano

Did you know that Outside Magazine, champion of all things outdoors and active, ranks Vancouver as one of the best cities for cycling in North America? In its October 2012 issue, Outside gives us credit for our network of bike lanes, especially the a

Vogrig drafted first overall

Vancouver Technical secondary student Tyler Vog-rig was the number one overall pick by the Burnaby Lakers Junior A lacrosse team in the provincial Midget draft on Jan. 27. Vogrig has played for Team B.C.

Ski birds soar in Idaho

UBC's varsity alpine ski team had a dominating weekend at Brundage Mountain in Idaho Feb.

Canada advances to davis cup quarter-finals for first time

Team Canada defeated Spain 3-2 to advance to the second round of the Davis Cup World Group last weekend at UBC's Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre.

Bike stolen? Here are some tips on how to get it back

use stickers and paint to make your bike stand out from the rest

SPORT SHORTS

CHRISTMAS ON ICE Ice rinks at Hillcrest, Kitsilano, Trout Lake and West End community centres are open on Dec. 25 as is the downtown "urban pond" at Robson Square. Kitsilano is open 11 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m. on Christmas Day for a public skate.

Tour Divide like climbing Everest seven times

ENDURANCE RACING PROVES CYCLING IS MORE THAN SPORT'S FALLEN LEGEND
Photo gallery: Hundreds run in 42nd James Cunningham Seawall Race

Photo gallery: Hundreds run in 42nd James Cunningham Seawall Race

Charity hockey game a relief for Canucks fans

Charity hockey game a relief for Canucks fans

USADA's pursuit of Armstrong hurts rest of the cycling pack

I have mixed feelings about Lance Armstrong. Whether or not he used performance enhancing drugs, his athletic achievements are remarkable and he's done incredible work supporting cancer sufferers and their families.