The group of riders, known as “Los Amigos,” shot, edited and produced a ski movie in just seven days alongside five other teams for a grand prize of $10,000.
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His coach pulled him aside one practice, and told him to keep up with an Olympic medalist. Before long, he himself medalled on the world stage.
Screams, cries and laughter get drowned out by the loudest rendition of “O Canada” I’ve ever been a part of. Because right now, for the first time in history, a Canadian team has just won the NBA Championship.
Just because there won’t be any U Sports action until September doesn’t mean that many T-birds won't be competing on the international stage.
The first time Nico McEown stepped onto the court at War Memorial Gymnasium, he was trying out for the men’s basketball team. While he wouldn’t make the team, the experience would still provide him with an opportunity to get involved with UBC athletics.
This year’s Mel Zajac Jr. International swim meet saw over 800 swimmers from both Canada and the United States race across all age categories, leaving no shortage of excitement this past weekend at the UBC Aquatic Centre.
World class talent from across North America are descending on to the UBC Aquatic Center for the annual Mel Zajac jr. International swim meet.
UBC Thunderbird defensive backs Malcolm Lee and Stavros Katsantonis have both tested positive for a banned substance days before the Canadian Football League draft.
Just because concussions are especially prevalent in major team sports doesn’t mean that they don’t exist in other disciplines, especially alternative and individual sports like skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing.
It's Summer so it's time to grade the T-Birds on their performance. For some, it's celebration time while for others it's time to head back to the drawing board.
Kiera Van Ryk can add another award to a stellar season. This time, it’s the Lieutenant Governor’s award for 2019 Women’s U SPORTS Female Athlete of the Year.
The UBC baseball team closed out a strong series victory over the Oregon Tech Owls, winning three of four in the team’s return home from a grueling road-trip.
He’s 6’3”, 250Ibs and if you bumped into him in the hallways of Buchanan, you wouldn’t be able to miss him. Out on the field, however, missing him is what quarterbacks hope for --- he’s their worst nightmare.
For Joanne Sargent, getting inducted into the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame is the cherry on top of a long list of achievements.
In the final edition of our Q & A series, we took the questions to our very own sports columnists and asked them to reflect on a wild 2018/19 varsity year.