Brendan Green – Hay River’s very own Olympian – is hoping to be ready and able to qualify for next year’s winter games in Russia. The biathlete, who competed at the Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in 2010, is still recovering from an injury that originated when he was hurt training with weights in mid-2011. In [...]
Few can say they’ve competed at the Olympic level, least of all at the age of 15 and from a tiny town of less than 4,000. It’s a dream that many kids, even parents might not fathom. But it’s one that’s now a reality for Hay River youth Carter Hill.
Hay River Peewee Huskies roared straight out of the dressing room and onto the ice seconds after Team Canada scored the overtime goal that won them the record-breaking Olympic gold medal.
The TV camera locked on to Brendan Green as he prepared to explode into his leg of the men’s 4 x 7.5 km race in Whistler, BC. It was a tense moment for Green, as well as for 3,600 people in a remote community 2000 km north of him. Crowds wearing green flocked into the [...]
See Brendan Green on the big screen Hay Riverites are being reminded to wear green this Friday to show their support for local Olympian Brendan Green. The 23 year-old Green is competing in his first Olympic Games and is coming off a first place finish in the IBU cup 10 km sprint race in Martel, [...]
Crowds recognize volunteers, delegates, Brendan Green Hay River’s Ben Sivertz arena was the hub of action on Monday, as the community gathered to celebrate its squad of Olympic representatives in an Olympic Pep Rally.
Hard work pays off for Hay River’s Olympic athlete, Brendan Green, as he makes the cut for men’s biathlon relay team for 2010 Games in Vancouver.