The concept of a fall Regatta on Quidi Vidi Lake becomes a reality this Saturday. The Royal St. John’s Regatta Committee is holding the first race starting at 9:30 and races go throughout the day till two o clock. 40 crews will be taking part in the event with male and female spring races
Ian Royle was the winner of the Huffin Puffen Marathon Sunday. He finished the 26 miles 385 yard course with a winning time of 2 hours 37.10 seconds.
St. John’s native Teddy Purcell has signed a professional tryout agreement with the Boston Bruins. This was confirmed on Thursday by team General Manager Don Sweeney Purcell has played 12 years in the National Hockey League. He has played with Los Angeles, Tampa Bay, Edmonton and Florida. Purcell had his
Newfoundlanders have been known across Canada for their athletic skills. Well a number of Newfoundlanders have been scouted and are playing soccer at a number of mainland universities. Male: Thomas Pieroway – 4th year goalkeeper from CBS, St.FX X-Men, AUS Female: Alyssa Armstrong – 5th year midfielder from St. John’s, Cape Breton
The Royal St. John’s Regatta is history for 2017 now the Regatta Committe has introduced a new program to help promote the regatta and rowing in general On September 23, 2017, The Royal St. John’s Regatta Committee will be host the Fall Fun Regatta at Qidi Vidi Lake. Teams have already started training sessions.
The Paradise 5 and 10 K road race event was held on Saturday. David Freak was winner of the 5K event with a winning time of 15 minutes and 56 seconds. Levi Moulton place second in 16 minutes and 9 seconds and third place finisher was Seams Boyd Perte in 16 minutes and 36 seconds. The
The Winnipeg Jets Hockey Club Rookie Camp will be held in Penticton, B.C. from Thursday until next Monday. The group playing in Penticton will be on the ice together for the first time at Bell MTS Iceplex on Sept. 7, at 12:30 pm St. John’s native Tyler Boland who played with Rimouski in
Colin Fewer won the Oceanview 5k road race Sunday. He finished the race in 15 minutes and 32 seconds. Second place went to Evan Knight with a time of 15 minutes and 32 second. Jason Guy was third and his time was 16 minutes and 28 seconds. Jennifer Murrin was the
Two Newfoundland athletes will be attending universities on the mainland and furthering their careers. Tyler Boland who finished his career in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League will be attending the University of New Brunswick. He will join the Red Devils for the 2017-18 season. Boland played four seasons with Rimouski Oceanic and
A major award for Newfoundland and Labrador at the 2017 Canada Summer Games. The Newfoundland Mission staff was named the winner of the Claude Harvey Award. It goes to the mission team who best exhibits leadership, integrity and spirit of the Games. Rod Snow of Paradise is the Chef de Mission for the