Despite recent criticisms around the use of cryotherapy to treat injuries calling the treatment pseudo-science, some athletes, coaches and clinics stand by their various cures.
Without the Marpole Curling Club’s support for one South Vancouver high school team, the high costs of the sport would make it impossible for the school to compete.
Athletes who take supplements may not be aware they are taking unregulated pharmaceutical drugs that could be tainted, said a sports physiologist.
The physical side of sports injuries are always talked about, but never the mental side, said a Langara women’s basketball coach.
Reported by Kelsea Franzke Inspired by her mother-in-law’s difficulty with movement, one Vancouver-based yoga teacher is helping seniors and others with mobility issues through the practice of chair yoga. Cindy Hsu-Becker is currently a…
Reported by Mathilda de Villiers The Langara Falcons women’s basketball team is beginning their season with a new coach and a fresh perspective. Curtis Nelson, the new head coach, said he is excited to be part of the Langara Falcons team.…
Basketball is back in Musqueam. Youth interest in the sport, which thrived throughout the 1990s, had all but died, until last year.
Ensuring the future of traditional Irish sports in Vancouver means convincing locals to join the match, according to organizers.
The Falcons defeated the Camosun Chargers 82-71 on Saturday, after losing their semifinal game 96-85 against the Douglas Royals the previous day at Vancouver Island University.
This year, three athletes who got their professional start with a South Vancouver adaptive sports charity are going to the Paralympics in South Korea.