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Local gymnasts go abroad
Stefanie Merkle and Sydney Townsend may be a few years apart, but they can share something — the biggest gymnastics competitions of their young lives.

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Property owners get their wish by avoiding heritage list "[...] property owners in Kitchener dodged the bullet and kept their properties off the heritage list last week. That’s [...]"
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Cycling advisory committee gets new name and new direction "Yes, it's also very important to discuss the walkability of our sidewalks. Snow clearing in winter, and more shade trees, would make it much easier for those who must walk everywhere - especially seniors but not only seniors. I hope the new advisor"
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Outlaws face big test against Montreal
The Tri-City Outlaws will have a tough task ahead this Saturday.
Adam Jackson photo
The power of football
When Michael Faulds first saw Tre Nicholson, he knew that he had the skill to play on the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks football team.
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Hang time
Kitchener’s Ken Kinzie was slowly floating over southwestern Ontario skies earlier this month, but he was not relaxing by any means.
United FC clinch playoff spot
The KW United FC men have made their statement — they’re ready for the playoffs.
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Baker in for Team Canada
Fifteen years ago, Johnny Baker fell in love with the sport of softball. Today, he hits a stepping stone to his ultimate dream.
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Kitchener teacher to join Blue Jays at All-Star Game
Kitchener teacher Rolland Chidiac is a Major League Baseball All-Star.
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Snips and snaps from the sporting world of Kitchener
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Need for speed
There is no doubt that Braden Vallee is living the dream.
Of slo-pitch and JM Schneiders
Two things that I grew to love in the late 1970s are going in opposite directions.
Elise Kraft van Ermel photo
Swimming in synch
In Waterloo Region, more and more young girls are twisting, spinning and doing hand stands in the pool
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All-Star teacher
When Mark Godin learned about the contest, he knew it would be perfect for Grade 2 teacher Rolland Chidiac.
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Snips and snaps from the sporting world of Kitchener
KW Synchro hits the podium
There’s no better finish to a swimming season than having seven swimming teams up on the podium.
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A new twist on an old sport
For stand-up paddleboard instructor Liz Buzza, standing on a board in the middle of a lake is more than just a sport — it’s a full-body experience.
Spinning a gem
Kitchener Panthers pitcher Mike Schnurr throws against the Hamilton Cardinals at Jack Couch Park last Thursday. Schnurr posted a complete game shutout, allowing four hits in nine innings in the 7-0 win for Kitchener.
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