I always feel sick to my stomach during diving and hurdles (anything that involves a potential faceplant), but this Canadian/US soccer game is a new level of anxiety...
Speaking of stress, Halifax sprinter Adrienne Power is blogging for CBC (oh la la, the mothership gets an actual athlete to write). Apparently she was suffering from a foot injury, but writes on her blog: "I have been getting physiotherapy 3 times a day for the past 3 days and I'm happy to say I ran a full 200m in practice today without pain. Thank you all for sending me healing thoughts. I'm back on track."
Yeah! A couple of years ago Power had a terrible infection caused by cat scratch fever (yes, it's a for-reals thing) that was luckily caught early on.
posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Sep 15/16
Halifax games this weekend mean tennis, everyone. comments 0
Get out for a new skatepark and Switch’s street celebration. comments 0
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The best female weightlifter in the Maritimes pushes for more. comments 4
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Let's talk about baseball comments 0
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Para-rowing program offers freedom on the water. comments 0
posted by JACOB BOON, Jul 2/15
We collected some thoughts from previous participants about what newcomers can expect at this year’s eighth annual World Naked Bike Ride: Halifax. comments 10
city mouse - I listed national leaders
Geez, she sounds like a lot of guys I know who think the world is…
Joeblow: and Kellie Leitch...