Sports Scope

Quick sports notes and schedule of upcoming sporting events

Running

Terrace’s Tyler Dozzi had a rough race in Maple Ridge, clocking 15:48 in the 32 to 34 degree heat. It was short of his prior 14:34.80 and wasn’t enough to make the Canadian Pan Am team.

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The 10K King of the Mountain trail run was previously set for July 15, but has been delayed until September due to low registration. The race is organized by Transcend Fitness.

Biking

Mountain biking clinics are at the Terault Bike Park on July 8 and July 10. Register for a fee at torca.weebly.com.

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Yeah Girl! endurance bike ride is July 15. The 20K ride starts at the Spring Creek trailhead. Register via the website at torca.weebly.com

Speedway

The next races are July 8-9 at the Terrace Speedway track on Munson Road. Time trials start at 6 p.m. and racing at 7 p.m.

Soccer

A drop-in co-ed soccer league for adults runs Mondays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. at the Caledonia Secondary soccer fields. For more information, call 250-635-3790.

Rugby

The Terrace Northmen rugby team competed atthe Williams Lake Stampede last weekend, July 1-3. Stay tuned on our website for details.

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