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Rudy Verhoeff quietly serves for Canada’s men’s volleyball

Posted on August 17, 2016

Canada barely qualified for the Olympics in men’s volleyball, sneaking in with a five-set win over China in the Olympic Qualification tournament in June. It’s the first Olympic appearance in men’s indoor volleyball for Canada in 24 years, but the team is … Continue reading

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Grey Cup champion knows the true meaning of victory on and off the field

Posted on June 21, 2016

What would you do if you went 0-24 in the first three years of your university athletic career? For David Beard, a former University of Alberta Golden Bears football player and now an offensive lineman for the Edmonton Eskimos football … Continue reading

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Faith helps Canada’s fastest woman race to Rio

Posted on June 21, 2016

Khamica Bingham’s OIympic dream began when Perdita Felicien’s ended. One of Canada’s medal hopefuls in the 2016 Summer Olympics was initially inspired by one of Canada’s greatest Olympic disappointments. At the 2004 Olympics, Perdita was the favourite to win gold … Continue reading

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Football opens doors in Cree communities

Posted on June 21, 2016

12 years ago, Paul Racine helped introduce football to the Cree communities in northern Quebec. Now, helping the youth of the James Bay Cree has become one of his passions. The youth pastor and football coach helped lead football camps organized by Gordon Hudson, … Continue reading

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Matt Letkeman’s Purpose Doesn’t End With Basketball

Posted on May 31, 2016

Matt Guynup, Athletes in Action All over North America this year, there were university and college athletes graduating out of their respective institutions. It’s always interesting to see these athletes as they look back on their experiences and reflect on … Continue reading

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