Sports Scope

Check out our schedule of upcoming sports events and leagues.

Skating

The Terrace Skating Club has opened registration for their learn to skate and power-skating programs which run Sept. 5 to Oct. 5. Options for all ages and abilities. Register at Clubs Day Aug. 24 or at www.terraceskatingclub.com

Hockey

The Terrace Adult Hockey League has opened registration for the Rec league and Old Timers. Register by Aug. 25 at www.terraceadulthockey.ca.

Ringette

Come Try Ringette is Sept. 17 and registration is open for the club’s regular season. Register at Clubs Day Aug. 24 or email terraceringette@hotmail.com.

Gymnastics

The Terrace Peaks Gymnastics Club opened registration for its fall programs, which start Sept. 5. Register at www.terracepeaks.ca or by calling 250-638-0447.

Running

The first Terrace Ice Cream Run is Aug. 26, with ice cream at the Chill Shop. Find “Run for Ice-Cream” on Facebook.

Biking

The Wild Descent mountain biking race is Aug 26 at Copper Mountain. Register at 11 a.m. or pre-register on the TORCA website. More info on Facebook at Wild Descent Packhorse Race.

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