The American women are in town for Thursday’s friendly against Team Canada in what will be their first official visit to Vancouver since winning the FIFA Women’s World Cup here in 2015.
For advanced divers looking for a unique experience, Howe Sound is the only place in the world where glass sponge reefs known as bioherms are found at air-diveable depths. Bioherms were once thought to have gone extinct sometime in the Jurassic period and were only rediscovered alive in the late 1980s. Made completely of sponge, these huge reefs rise up from seemingly empty ocean floor and have become home to many other creatures.
Last Thursday, the CFL commissioner Jeffrey Orridge announced a league-wide violence against women policy, stressing the importance of speaking up.
According to statistics provided by the Canada West Universities Athletics Association, a total of just 6,792 people took in a Thunderbirds football home game last year
UBC football fans have a familiar face to cheer for when the BC Lions take on the Edmonton Eskimos tonight at Thunderbird Stadium.
The PowerShares Series may be a bit “joke and stroke,” but fans certainly seemed to enjoy the opportunity to see these champions play in a more relaxed environment.
LDOC has come and past, and we’ve saved the best for last: this week’s T-Birds 5-on-5 features five athletes who won a CIS or NAIA championship this season.
In appreciation of their success, we caught up with five decorated swimming alumni in a special edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5 series.
In this week's "March Madness" edition, five T-Bird athletes talk upsets, underdogs, brackets, and how they cope with the most maddening things about UBC.
Many UBC teams have now moved into the 'off-season', but for others, spring is the most important time of year.
While sufferers of triskaidekaphobia fear the number 13, these five athletes have embraced it.
Canadian tennis fans already know this much: anything is Pospisil.
For the UBC Thunderbirds women’s basketball team, their 16th straight win could not have been any sweeter.
Over the past 23 years, Daniel Nestor has earned himself the nickname “Mr. Davis Cup.”
With a spot in the CIS tournament on the line, the game had an extra physicality to it.