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Road race

The Inco Walden Firecracker five-kilometre road race will take place on Canada Day, Monday, July 1. The race is open to all competitors.

Seven Sudburians win Millennium scholarships

Seven Sudbury students are among the 900 Canadians who will receive Millennium Excellence Awards for academic successes. The scholarships also recognize the students? leadership skills and contributions to their communities.

Gymnasts do well

Sudbury?s Sampo Rhythmic Gymnastics Club sent two teams to Ottawa on June 1st to compete in the annual Aesthetic Group Competition. This competition involves two different routines, free and creative.

Free Wolves tickets for academic achievers

By Keith Lacey The Sudbury Wolves are teaming up with Sudbury and area businesses to encourage students to do better in school.

Karate kids ready to take on world

BY KEITH LACEY Joel Leduc and Ryan Labranche never grew up dreaming about hoisting the Stanley Cup. Jo-Anne Leach never gave a second thought about becoming the next Elizabeth Manley.

Sudbury girls soccer team wins big U.S. tourney

By Keith Lacey The Memorial Day holiday weekend south of the border provided a local girls soccer team with memories theyÂ?ll carry for many years to come.

LU?s loss is Dalhousie?s gain as Campbell takes on new job

By Keith Lacey Any good coach at any elite level of athletics loves a challenge.

Kinsman finalists announced

By Keith Lacey Two NHL stars and a world-class cyclist are the nominees for the Professional Sportsperson of the Year at the upcoming 2002 Kinsmen Sports Celebrity Dinner.

Spartans kick off 50th season in Markham

By Keith Lacey The Sudbury Spartans hope to continue their climb from pigskin purgatory to gridiron greatness during their 50th year anniversary in the Northern Football Conference (NFC).

Campbell leaving LU

Laurentian UniversityÂ?s loss is Dalhousie UniversityÂ?s gain as veteran Lady Vees coach John Campbell announced Tuesday heÂ?s leaving Laurentian for a new job on the East Coast.