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North Bay teens bouncing and tumbling to success

Hundreds of the top Trampoline, Double-min trampoline and Power Tumbling athletes from all over Canada converged on the UBC Campus in Vancouver last week to see who would be crowned National Champion in each category.

77 medals for locals at Gymtrix Sunshine Classic

Another successful Sunshine Classic was enjoyed by all this past weekend at the Gymtrix facility on Gormanville Road.

Titans dominate first meet at new aquatic center

Last weekend saw the North Bay Titan Swim Team host its first meet in the North Bay Aquatic Center.

YMCA to Host Second Annual 15k Race

The second annual YMCA 15k race will take place on Sunday, august 14, 2005. The race starts at 8:30 am, leaving the YMCA and following a scenic route through the streets of North Bay.

Senior Baseball results

United Rental Senior Baseball Terrace Suites 6 TCR 0 Troy Wright, Andrew McIntosh.

Adam Newton down but not out

Adam Newton, seen here prior to his 10.37 hand timed race at Cundari field in May, is trying to keep a positive attitude after coming home from OFSAA without a medal. Photo by Chris Dawson.

National Ringette League meeting Sunday in North Bay

The Ontario Division of the National Ringette League will be holding a general meeting this Sunday June 5 from 11:00 am until 3:00 pm at Memorial Gardens (Hall of Fame room) in North Bay.

Bulldogs get thumped in season opener

The Bulldogs opened their NFC conference against the 11 time league champs and the Oakville Longhorns made them pay, routing the locals 48-13 at Bronte field in Oakville Saturday night.

OFSAA Saturday Results - Newton struggles in 200 M final

Adam Newton in the first lane finishes a disappointing 6th place in the 200 M final. North Bay's best hope for a medal at OFSAA will come home empty handed, finishing 4th in Friday's 100 M final. Photo courtesy OFSAA.