Sport

100+ year old sport gains another Thunder Bay champion

Dog sledding has been around for thousands of years, while dog sled racing only about 100.

Cold hands, warm hut

Short days, cold nights. The wide snowy surface of a frozen lake, the sky like a vast ocean of blue overhead.

Thunder Bay hospitality showcased to the nation

In less than three months, the Fort William Gardens and Curling Club will be rockin’ as Thunder Bay finally gets to host one of the top nationally televised sports events in Canada, the Scotties Ja

Women of the ice

With Thunder Bay getting set to welcome the top female curlers in Canada to the 2022 Scotties Tournament of Hearts from January 28th to February 6th, it provides a perfect opportunity to take a loo

Our proud Summer Olympic and Paralympic history

Around this same time last year, I was penning an article about the impact of world events on sport.

Superior Sailmakers harness the wind

Hull, masts, rigging, keel. The creak of the timbers, the smell of the sea. And the sails – those glorious sails – catching the wind and snapping in the breeze.

50 years of memorable moments in local sports

It feels like a century ago that we kicked off a new year and new decade.

The impact of world events on sports

Normally at this time of year the sounds of the crack of a bat or a crowd cheering as a soccer ball makes its way to the back of the net would be normal occurrences.

Palaces of Ice

Each year at this time our local arenas are abuzz with activity with the sounds of skate blades etching the ice and pucks slapping against the boards.

A Proud Skating Past

Although hanging up my blades many years ago, I have been very fortunate to have remained involved in the sport of figure skating as a fan and as a member of the Skate Canada Hall of Fame and Herit

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