MVP of the Week

MVP of the Week: Conquering cancer one pedal at a time

Francis Wolfe has been been cycling to raise money for cancer for the past 10 years

 

MVP of the Week: A cop riding for cancer

Prince Rupert RCMP officer Devon Gerrits is training for his first Tour de North Cops for Cancer

 

Kurka keeps thing official

The longtime hockey referee has been on the ice in Prince Rupert for more than 30 years

 

Cookies for dad

Joseph Giordano cycled in the 2017 Ride to Conquer Cancer in his father’s memory

MVP of the Week: Charles Tree – Building a biking community

Charles Tree hopes to start a biking movement in Prince Rupert

Basketball is a family business

Nikki Davis is carrying on the basketball family tradition

VIDEO and Story: MVP of the Week – Spinning into fitness

Karen Cruz and Kerrie Kennedy are sharing their passion for spinning and fitness

Video and story: MVP of the Week – She’s never going to stop running

Sam Kasdorf did her first ultra-marathon in May and she’s busy training for her second race this fall

Story and Video: MVP of the Week – Arlen Des Champ is honing his skills for the future

From the time he was an infant, 13-year-old Arlen DesChamp has always…

VIDEO and story: Running the race

Cody Scheuerman completed the Mount Robson half-marathon after an 18-month battle with cancer

MVP of the Week: Kendall Wing has fever pitch

Soccer teams and leagues in Prince Rupert have been given a lift from this resident for years

MVP of the Week – Always chippin’ in

Jackie Touchet’s love of golf has taken her around the country and back to Prince Rupert

MVP of the Week – Rugby player Drozd embraces the grind

Prince Rupert Seaman Steven Drozd has competed against some of the country’s best rugby players

MVP of the Week: Basketball is a family business

Judy Carlick-Pearson was taught the game by her mother and plays for her to this day

MVP of the Week — Hard pitches and big swings

Gavin McNeice helped to represent Prince Rupert at the 2018 BC Summer Games

MVP of the Week: Slo-Pitch hits and archeaological digs

Stephanie Huddlestan wants to teach Prince Rupert’s young softball players that anything is possible

MVP of the Week: Grassroots passion

Reagan Pomponio has had a love for soccer since she was five

MVP of the Week: From the rink to the greens

Drew Fudger is bringing the game of golf to Prince Rupert’s Special Olympics athletes

MVP of the Week: Leah Anderson

Leah Anderson takes Prince Rupert’s Special Olympics athletes to the next level

MVP Of The Week: Synchronizing the Rainbow Warriors dragon boat

Lead paddler, Leeanda Wahl, is from Digby Island established a rhythm and camaraderie on the dragon boat team