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Year end Fastpitch tournament coming up, well, fast

Year end Fastpitch tournament coming up, well, fast

It's the championship weekend coming up. There's a title to defend, glory to regain, and a whole lot of ball to play.
A diary of all things baller at Snug Cove Field

A diary of all things baller at Snug Cove Field

The men’s fast pitch league is two weeks from its year-end tournament, August 10-12
A wig, a woman, and a duel with cancer: Mary's story

A wig, a woman, and a duel with cancer: Mary's story

When Mary Letson was diagnosed with cancer five years ago, she prepared herself for the inevitable hair loss from chemotherapy by buying a wig. Now she's ready to say goodbye to the wig (she's already parted ways with the cancer).
Tomorrow is the inaugural SwimBowen race - here are some things you might need to know

Tomorrow is the inaugural SwimBowen race - here are some things you might need to know

The race starts at 3 p.m.
Fifty swimmers will take to Tunstall Bay waters in just one week

Fifty swimmers will take to Tunstall Bay waters in just one week

The SwimBowen cancer fundraiser is July 21
Islanders take cancer fight to the ocean with SwimBowen

Islanders take cancer fight to the ocean with SwimBowen

SwimBowen now has a framework for fund distribution
Ring around the island: 18th annual Round Bowen Challenge

Ring around the island: 18th annual Round Bowen Challenge

The 18th annual 'Round Bowen Challenge last weekend saw 81 competitors circle the island on their own steam
The gloves come off in annual golf challenge

The gloves come off in annual golf challenge

Bowen Island is small enough to feel like a community, and a pretty friendly one most of the time. But occasionally we need to indulge in our natural instinct for tribalism, and have a good old-fashioned set-to with our neighbours.
Learn to Sail: Part 3

Learn to Sail: Part 3

Live in the sunshine, sail the seas and drink the wild air with Bowen Island Yacht Club's latest column
Swimming can be a meditation

Swimming can be a meditation

Mary Letson's lessons from training for her first triathalon have stuck with her for 26 years