Local Sports

Quesnel Technics Gymnastics look to stick COVID-19 landing

The club is back, with new procedures and funding to help fight the spread of COVID-19

City of Quesnel plans staggered approach to reopening West Fraser Centre arenas

Ice will be open to youth groups Sept. 14 in Arena 2, and Sept. 21 in the West Fraser Centre Arena

Quesnel Cariboo Observer publisher nets hole in one at local course

Tracey Roberts captured bragging rights July 23 at Richbar Golf and Gardens

Looking for a reason to train this summer? Why not register for the Backwoods TRY-Athlon

Second annual event at Gavin Lake offers run, bike and paddle for participants

Quesnel Rodeo Club eyes safe return to the sport

A rodeo school is the focus in the immediate future for the club

Edmonton hopes for hub-city benefits
Injured Humboldt Broncos players back to physio after COVID-19 lockdown
Canucks say Vancouver won't be NHL hub city
B.C. premier says PM has proposal making Vancouver hub city for NHL in Western Canada

BCHL teams can start training in September for first league games in December

B.C. Hockey League announces Dec. 1 start date for 2020-21 season

Summer Fishing Challenge encourages youth to explore B.C. freshwater fishing

“It’s about enjoying the outdoors and visiting special places that are often close to home.”

The Season that Wasn’t

Rob Biller imagines how this season of floor hockey at Correlieu Secondary School could have ended

Local boxing club rolls with the punches

The 2 Rivers Boxing Club has reopened to the public with new protocols in place due to COVID-19

First Nations NHL goaltender Carey Price lends voice to anti-racism movement

Price has joined a growing group of professional athletes speaking out publicly against racism

Canada West cancels fall sports due to COVID-19

B.C. student athletes at seven universities impacted by cancellation, more cancellations possible

BC Lacrosse Association makes difficult decision to cancel minor lacrosse season

Impacted teams include both the Quesnel Thunder and the Williams Lake Bighorns

Auto racing season idle amid pandemic

“We’re not cancelling the season just yet” - TMS president Kane Fraser said

Walk to End ALS going virtual June 20 in light of pandemic

The annual Walk to End ALS will march along online amid the novel coronavirus pandemic

North Cariboo Joint Planning Committee proceed with design work on gymnastics facility

City staff have been directed to prepare a ‘shovel ready’ plan for the project

Golf in Quesnel going full swing

Local golf courses open to public while implementing new health and safety protocols due to COVID-19