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New All Star Wrestling Heavyweight Champion: Mister India

RISH “Mister India” Koya, a professional wrestler living in New Westminster, became the new All Star Wrestling Heavyweight Champion at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds last Friday. He is the very first Indo-Canadian Heavyweight Champion in the long of history of All Star Wrestling here in B.C. He told The VOICE: “I want to share this achievement […]

January 14th, 2017 | Posted in Breaking News,Sports,Top Stories | Read More »

Suspects arrested after theft of young South Asian golfer’s collection jar in Victoria

  VICTORIA Police say that the two men who are believed to be involved in the theft of a young golfer’s collection jar in the 900-block of Yates Street on December 30 have both been arrested. One man was arrested, spoken with and later released. The other man was arrested later. At first, the man […]

January 9th, 2017 | Posted in Breaking News,British Columbia,Canadian News,Other Sports,Sports,Top Stories | Read More »

Surinder Grewal: Giving back in a big way

  BY RATTAN MALL   GROWING up in Surrey, basketball was “a major element” in Surinder Grewal’s life. His parents, who came to Canada from Punjab, worked long hours. Fortunately, Surinder was blessed to find a good coach, Hardip Sidhu, in his junior high school, William Beagle, which was later closed and whose students were […]

December 30th, 2016 | Posted in Basketball,Breaking News,British Columbia,Canadian News,Sports,Top Stories | Read More »

First Sikh cricketer in Pakistan to join national academy

Lahore (IANS): Pakistani cricket has seen Christians and Hindus represent the country at home and abroad, but now for the first time a Sikh has secured a place in the National Cricket Academy. Mahinder Pal Singh, who hails from Nankana Sahib (Lahore), is among the list of top 30 emerging cricketers in the country, Geo […]

December 20th, 2016 | Posted in Cricket,Pakistan,South Asia,Sports,Top Stories,World News | Read More »

Canada finishes Junior World Cup in India with 2-1 loss to Egypt

(Report by Shaheed Devji / Fieldhockey.ca)    TWO second half goals led Egypt to a 2-1 victory over Canada on Friday at the 2016 Junior World Cup in Lucknow, India, giving the Egyptians a 15th place finish and Canada the 16th spot. Rohan Chopra scored for Canada late in the first half to give the […]

December 16th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News,Field Hockey,Headlines,Sports | Read More »

Field Hockey: Canada comes up short in classification match against Korea, will face Egypt in final game

  (Report by Shaheed Devji / Fieldhockey.ca)   CANADA’S search for a win at the 2016 Junior World Cup continues after dropping a 2-1 decision to Korea Wednesday in Lucknow, India. A chance to play for 13th place on Friday in India was on the line in the battle of two winless teams. The winner […]

December 14th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News,Field Hockey,Headlines,Sports | Read More »

England tops Canada in final pool stage match at Junior World Cup in field hockey

(Report by Shaheed Devji / Fieldhockey.ca)   CANADA faced England on Tuesday in Lucknow, India, in both teams’ final pool stage match at the 2016 Junior World Cup. After a strong performance against India on opening night and a game against South Africa that saw them drop the decision after opening the scoring, the Canadians […]

December 13th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News,Field Hockey,Sports | Read More »

Indiana University-Purdue Indianapolis physical education students learn fundamentals of cricket

INDIANAPOLIS: Pioneer in cricket education in the United States, Jatin Patel conducted a basic cricket education (practical training) for the physical education students (future PE teachers) of Indiana University-Purdue Indianapolis. As many as 15 students enthusiastically learnt the basic fundamentals of the game and played cricket. Highly reputed and certified international cricket coach Patel, who […]

December 10th, 2016 | Posted in Cricket,Sports,Top Stories,United States,World News | Read More »

Canada scores first but drops second Junior World Cup match to South Africa

(Report by SHAHEED DEVJI / Fieldhockey.ca)   CANADA’S Under-21 Men’s National Team came up on the short end of a close battle with South Africa, dropping a 3-1 decision Saturday at the 2016 Junior World Cup in Lucknow, India. With both teams coming off losses in their first matches of the tournament and only the […]

December 10th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News,Canadian News,Field Hockey,Other,Sports,Top Stories | Read More »

Whitecaps FC exercises 2017 contract options on 11 players

VANCOUVER Whitecaps FC confirmed on Thursday that the club has exercised the 2017 contract options on 11 players. Goalkeeper Paolo Tornaghi, defenders Christian Dean, Jordan Harvey, Tim Parker, and Cole Seiler, midfielders Marco Bustos, Kianz Froese, Ben McKendry, Nicolás Mezquida, and Russell Teibert, as well as winger/striker Kekuta Manneh all had their options picked up. Whitecaps […]

December 8th, 2016 | Posted in Breaking News,Soccer,Sports,Whitecaps | Read More »

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