Grand Slam delivers goods, Nix says

By all accounts fans got what they were looking for from the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling, host co-chairman Jim Nix says. Near capacity crowds watched on Sunday as Team Jacobs from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. defeated Team Brad Gushue from St. John’s, N.L. 6-4 to capture the men’s Tier I championship at the Pictou...

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DeYoung traces MacDonald award’s history

MELMERBY BEACH – Chris DeYoung says he feels compelled to perpetuate Paul MacDonald’s memory due to his personal qualities and athletic achievements. That is why DeYoung arranges to present the Paul MacDonald Memorial Triathlete Award each year at Melmerby Beach, as did this year on July 21 during a brief ceremony. “Paul and I grew...

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Murray offers sports tourism event

TRENTON — When Craig Murray needed a project, a sports tourism conference turned out to be the ideal topic. Murray, who grew up in Trenton and is in his third year of a five-year recreation and management program at Dalhousie University, organized the one-day conference that took place on December 6 in Antigonish and drew...

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