For some teams, especially those who perhaps fly more-so under the radar with less head-to-heads here at UBC, it was a truly successful start to the year. For others, it was perhaps a term to put well in the past.
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It's a film that takes a definite stance on which side in the debate is in the right — a feature that Yoon sees as an important part of the documentary.
It was an honour to sit in the front row and see the world’s best compete. Actually, honour does not go far enough. It was an unforgettable experience.
Sparkle and spins make for some incredible photos.
The world's most elite figure skating competition ended with some Britney Spears, sparkles and dazzling loves stories.
In February, Moore-Williams was stopped by officers from the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) for a jaywalking violation on the Granville strip.
In the final day of medal-placing competition, highlights included Rika Kihira winning the senior ladies’ division in her first year at the senior level, a crowd-pleasing and gold-medal winning performance from the French senior pair and swept divisions by the Russians.
It's all in preparation for team Canada's run in the iihf World juniors at the end of December. Who doesn't love a little friendly exhibition play?
It was gold for Canada in the junior men's division, thanks to 13-year-old marvel Stephen Gogolev.
From under-rotations to clean combos, the first day of Grand Prix Final events was riveting from start to finish.
The contest with the Danes marks a historic moment for the ’Birds, who rarely get the chance to face national programs – it has already generated plenty of excitement in the locker room.
The team enters December as one of the hottest in the Canada West, and it seems as they’re only continuing to get better.
The Grand Prix Final is the most exclusive competition of figure skating season. Only the top six skaters or teams in each division (men's, ladies', pairs and ice dance) are able to compete.
Four goals? For one player? A defender? It can't be.