Lakeside’s academic and sports program can accelerate your child’s progress. Click to read about Tyler, one of Lakeside Academy's bright, young student athletes.
The most import factor to remember is the impact your skates will have on your skating stride if they are not fitted properly, says skating instructor Scary Mary.
Whether you are an elite athlete, a teenager or active adult who wants to stay fit and healthy throughout your life, it takes planning, goal setting, program progression, commitment and consistency to create health, fitness and performance results.
Durham Boxing Academy and Fitness outlines the amazing benefits of boxing that go beyond the regular training you can do at a local gym or recreational facility.
Fuelling up before you hit the ice is critical to your overall performance.
Young hockey players must realize how important it is to attend practice regularly. Don’t just tolerate a practice – have fun and enjoy the learning process!
To celebrate Canada's big birthday, the Town of Whitby is offering to teach its residents about the 150 Ways To Stay Active in Whitby this year.
Soccer fans in the Durham Region will be able to fill their soccer fix as the Ridgebacks host nine days of soccer action at Vaso’s Field this season.
On any given day there are over 100 sporting events happening in our area.
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See the most recent inductees and read bios of previous Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame classes including former NHL star Eric Lindros and CFL player Andre Talbot.
Started by a group of English immigrants who missed their favourite sport from back home, the Wanderers Rugby Club was formed in 1949.
Chris Krause realized that Canadian boys had few opportunities to participate in contact sports after high school and started the Vikings Rugby Club in 1959.
Former NHL defenceman Paul Ranger, hockey coach Mike Primeau and lacrosse star and coach Jennifer Johnson among those recently enshrined in Whitby's Sports Hall of Fame.
Ajax native and OCAA women's basketball scoring leader Lindsay Pancham was named athlete of the year for the third time, joining more than a dozen other athletes recognized for their excellence in sports at the college in Oshawa. Click to read the full story.
Whitby added former NHL defenceman Paul Ranger, hockey coach Mike Primeau and lacrosse star Jennifer Johnson to its Sports Hall of Fame during Induction Ceremonies on April 22. Click to read more about the athletes inducted.