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New coach, new team
With a new skipper at the helm and changes-a-plenty, the Kitchener Dutchmen are set to look like a brand new team.
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Don't be a dink
After just a few whacks at the ball, it’s easy to realize that pickleball is a game of finesse, rather than a game of strength.

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The world's best "[...] That ceremony is just the start of a full night to kick off the 2014 International Softball Congress World Fastball tournament, which officially starts on Saturday. It runs until Aug. 16. Click here to read the entire article at the Kitchener P"
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One last rep
Shaun Fitzpatrick squeezes out one last rep while training at CrossFit Kitchener on Wednesday. The Mill Street facility hosts CrossFit, which is a hybrid of standard weightlifting and high intensity interval training, for all ages. Visit for more information.
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Mixing business and pleasure
Trevor Nyp knew there was a market for a basebal specialized training facility in Kitchener — he just needed to prove it.
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Bujold looking for more
Talk to her for a bit and there is no doubt that boxer Mandy Bujold has committed her whole being to the sport of boxing.
Team of the Week
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the U13A boys Kitchener soccer team.
The world's best
The 2014 edition of the ISC World Fastball Tournament will take a look back before starting.
Boxers clean up at Ringside championship in Missouri
Two boxers from Boxing By Syd went to Missouri to clean up.
Local grabs bronze at Commonwealth Games
Locals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland brought home one medal and a close fourth-place finish.
Panthers on to second round in IBL playoffs
The Kitchener Panthers move on to the next round of the playoffs against a team to be determined.
Outlaws on to semifinals against Sault Ste. Marie
The Tri-City Outlaws are on to the semifinal round of the Northern Football Conference playoffs.
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Long ball boosts Panthers
The Kitchener Panthers got exactly what was advertised with slugger Sean Reilly.
A dream come true
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.
Outlaws face big test against Montreal
The Tri-City Outlaws will have a tough task ahead this Saturday.
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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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