Monthly Archives: February 2014

2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games

Congratulations Olympians!

Canada leaves 2014 Sochi Winter Games with 25 Olympic medals, including 10 gold.

– Team Canada Men’s Hockey won its second straight Olympic gold medal to close the Sochi Olympics.

– Bobsleigh gold medallists Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse carried the flag into the stadium for Canada.

The Olympic Games have now come to a close for another four years. Congratulations to all our Canadian athletes for their inspiring performances at these amazing Olympic Games.

Bravo Canada!

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See you at the next Winter Olympics destination: 2018 Pyeongchang, South Korea.

2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games

Canada’s on a roll…Congratulations Olympians!

A Gold Medal Day for Canada!

After Day 13 Canada has a total of 20 Medals…

– Jennifer Jones Leads Canadian Women to Olympic Gold Curling Medal
– Canada Wins Historic 4th Olympic Gold in Women’s Hockey beating USA in OT


Let’s keep our Olympic spirit going and root for Team Canada through the final weekend of competition!

Go  Canada, Go!

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Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

What a thrilling opening few days of Olympic competition…Canada looks fit, poised & ready to go for it!

Eighteen days of excitement and inspirational Olympic stories and athlete profiles…stories of passion, dedication and determination. Can’t wait!

Let’s keep our Olympic spirit going and root for Team Canada every chance we get!    

Peach City RunFest sends a big shout out & congratulations to…

Mark McMorris Wins Bronze in Slopestyle Snowboarding

Dufour-Lapointe Sisters Win Gold & Silver in Olympic Moguls

Team Canada Take Silver in Inaugural Team Figure Skating Competition

Charles Hamelin Captures Gold in Men’s 1500 m Short Track

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Go, Canada, go!


Amazing Opportunity to Get an Ultraman Qualifying Slot

We have available at this time 4 slots for the 2014 Ultraman Canada.

Generally, at a minimum it is expected that the applicant will have completed at least one iron distance race within the previous Calendar Year to the Ultraman Event being applied for, and that the finishing time for the qualifying race was under 14 hours and 30 minutes.

We are now prepared to consider those applications from people that are not “technically qualified” – in other words have not completed an iron distance race in the past year – but have demonstrated the ability to complete this event by previous performances in other races and other distances.

If you are interested in competing in 2014 please fill in an application form.