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What makes an athlete rise above? What makes one achieve a higher level of performance than other teammates within the same program?
On Saturday, Oct. 29, the Summerland Aquatic Centre will be transformed for the Halloween Haunt.
Running, or should I call it jogging, is one of my favourite activities.
Sept. 20 was the second of a five-part Film and Conversation series with the goal to engage Summerland on community health.
The Aquatic and Fitness Centre reopened on Monday Sept. 12 after its annual two-week shutdown period for maintenance.
As a former Olympic swimmer, it is surreal to watch these two-weeks every quadrennial.
How would you make Summerland healthier? The Summerland Healthy Community Initiative would love to hear your suggestions and insights.
The Lifesaving Society ran its 2016 National Drowning Prevention Week July 18 to 23.
Summerland’s many parks, beaches, mountains, scenic roads and trails make it attractive for many different recreation events.
Mark your calendar. Saturday, June 4, during Action Festival weekend, is the 34th Annual Giant’s Head Run.
Biking season is officially underway, but be sure to take the proper precautions and get your bike prepped for the roads and trails.
With the season of spring and summer running races around the corner, who wouldn’t want some running tips from an Olympic runner?
As children, we all desired play time, structured, unstructured, indoors, outdoors, anywhere anytime. As we grow up, we abandon play.
It’s difficult to fathom that our thoughts and demands could impact our internal physiology that we cannot see.
It seems like fitness trackers have taken the market by storm, such as Fitbits, Jawbones, and more.
By the time you are reading this article – the percentage of failed New Year’s resolutions is disheartening.
Summerland Recreation is proudly offering a variety of new programs for January 2016. Here are my top five classes that we’d love to fill.
There was a mad dash to register for the Use It or Lose It classes last week when the Winter 2016 Recreation Guide came out on Dec. 1.
As November approaches the mid-way point, we are also entering the season of giving.
Tyler Evans was pleased to donate $1,200 to the Summerland Chapter of KidSport.