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LU hosting national karate competition

The Laurentian University Karate Club will host the 15th Inter-University Karate Tournament this Saturday, March 16. This event is part of the club's quest to bring high-calibre karate to Greater Sudbury.

Northern Ontario doing well at Brier

Northern Ontario curling champions Tim Phillips , Ron Collins , Drew Eloranta and Doug Hong are doing well at the Brier in Calgary. As of Tuesday press time, the northern Ontario rink was the only unbeaten team at the Saddledome.

Woodland Warriors: real action behind the scenes

Last week, a group of 31 officials sent letters to the SMHA stating in no uncertain terms they would refuse to officiate any game involving the Sudbury Woodland Warriors AA Bantams.

Legends honoured by hall of fame

The Ontario Sport Legends Hall of Fame will induct three new members plus the World Series 1992 Toronto Blue Jays team at its annual dinner March 19 at the Toronto Sheraton Centre.

Bantam team plagued by big league controversy

By Keith Lacey A Sudbury Minor Hockey Association bantam game was cancelled last week after the referee and linesmen boycotted their assignments.

Officials' reaction

Following is a brief history of documentation which indicates how young officials feel about Sherman Chamberlain's actions with regards to the . A letter dated Oct.

Names in sports news

Tomorrow's Olympic athletes will be participating in the Ontario Winter Games next month. Some 48 Sudbury athletes will compete in 23 sports in Guelph, Cambridge and Collingwood March 6-10.

Kids not getting enough exercise

The Canadian Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (CAHPERD) agrees with the Heart and Stroke Foundation in its identification of the health crisis among Canada children and youth.

Cameraman loving his shot at Olympic experience

By Rick Pusiak Two weeks ago Northern Life ran a story about veteran teacher and politician Sterling Campbell and his retirement after years in the classroom.

Young athletes sing praises of their favourite coach

Editor's note: Ingrid Mackin, 19, is Coach of the Year for 2001,( Wednesday. Feb. 6 issue.) We thought you would enjoy reading about some of the nominees: *** Hi my name is Hazel Cole. I would like to nominate Dale Beausoleil for coach of the year.