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Past articles by Gary:

Speedy Surin aims for PB at Jerome Classic with Olympian dad watching

Kat Surin, whose older sister Kimberley was a tennis player at Penn State, was just six months old when her dad Bruny, who had immigrated to Quebec from Haiti as a child, won his gold medal at the Atlanta Olympics. → Read More

Five athletes to watch at the Vancouver Sun Harry Jerome International Track Classic

Harry Jerome Track Classic meet organizer Doug Clement offers up five athletes to watch on Thursday → Read More

Meeting the Olympic standard motivates steeplechaser Regan Yee

Harry Jerome International Track Classic will feature an elite group of competitors in women’s steeplechase → Read More

Langley heptathlete Georgia Ellenwood is close to realizing her Olympic dream

Langley heptathlete’s personal best is just 127 points shy of the 6300 she needs to qualify for major international meets → Read More

Third time's the charm: North Van’s Natasha Wodak wins another Sun Run women’s title

Six years after winning the second of back-to-back Vancouver Sun Run titles, the 37-year-old captures her third 10K elite women's race → Read More

Local at last: Burnaby's Justin Kent wins 2019 Vancouver Sun Run

Go way back to 1992 when race co-founder Paul Williams won his second title to find a local winner — and he was born in Ontario → Read More

Several previous winners looking to top women's division again

The 39-year-old Malindi Elmore, a mother of two young boys and a 1,500-metre specialist in her heyday as a track athlete, has re-invented herself for a second time after hanging up her spikes in 2012. → Read More

Daniel Kipkoech hopes to maintain Kenyan dominance at Sun Run

Only one Kenyan has entered 2019 Sun Run, leaving the field wide open → Read More

Men's Sun Run contender hoping to beat second-place record

Geoff Martinson is soft-selling his chances of finally breaking through this year for that elusive first win at the Vancouver Sun Run. → Read More

Butterworth isn't consumed joining small sub-2:00 club in Jerome 800M

The two-minute mark. In track and field circles it’s a symbolic time for those lining up in the women’s 800 metres, a race that’s considered the ultimate test of speed and endurance. → Read More

Can Canada beat China's fluid crew in Harry Jerome men's sprint relay?

Can the efficient execution of a quartet in smooth relay baton sync overcome a foursome with a decided edge in individual brilliance but less practice time and confidence in the crucial exchange?It… → Read More

Canada's two wins not enough as home team misses quarterfinals at Rugby Sevens

The cruel, crazy heartbreak of the rugby sevens World Series hit the Canadian side hard on Saturday night at BC Place. → Read More

de Goede has been great for soccer's T-Birds

For soccer goalkeeper Olivia de Goede, the patient wait for her reward was more glacially slow than gradual, a six-year journey that was finally, and symbolically, realized at 5 p.m. on Sept. 5. → Read More

Whitecaps clinch second place in MLS West, earn first-round playoff bye

Well, well, well. Look who finished second in the wild, wild West of MLS. → Read More

Warrior coming over the hill: Chris Wondolowski inspires native Americans and puts fear in opposing goalkeepers

In the small but growing kids’ soccer leagues of the Kiowa tribe of southwest Oklahoma, the young boys don’t dream of being a Messi or a Ronaldo. They want to be the next Bau Daigh, which translates to “warrior coming over the hill.” If that name isn’t familiar, try Chris Wondolowski, the 32-year-old Major League Soccer forward, whose San Jose Earthquakes host the… → Read More

Whitecaps' Morales gets new contract; now he'd like his job back

Pedro Morales, the Vancouver Whitecaps’ captain, midfield talisman and possessor of the club’s most cultured right foot, got himself a multi-year contract extension on Tuesday. → Read More

Canada eliminated from Women's World Cup with 2-1 loss to England

Canada’s Women’s World Cup run came to a crushing, heartbreaking end Saturday, the victim of a couple of glaring defensive miscues and an attack that just isn’t skilled or creative enough. → Read More

Canada confident, knows England ‘very well,' ahead of World Cup clash: Herdman

Canada might not have an enviable record of late against England, but coach John Herdman says his women's side is confident ahead of Saturday's quarter-final matchup at the FIFA 2015 World Cup. → Read More

Josee Belanger sends Canada over Swiss, into quarter-finals

Josee Belanger made John Herdman look like a genius on Sunday. Well, at least an astute soccer mind. → Read More

Paul Kariya 'humbled' by B.C. Sports Hall of Fame induction

There’s no blond in his clean-cut, jet black hair. → Read More