Golf is a sport that combines walking long distances with explosive movement of hitting a ball. This combination of endurance and accuracy requires training, and golf fitness training has proven to be effective in helping golfers improve their skills. When concentrating on fitness to improve your golf swing, you will need to focus on strengthening your wrists and forearms, increasing abdominal and lower back muscles, and keeping your hips and back flexible. more on golf fitness training
Accent Inns, proud to support sporting associations across BC. Whether it's baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer or perhaps gymnastics or dance, Accent Inns has a great history of working with local teams and leagues all across BC. This column will highlight some of those groups and their great stories.
Accent Inns is a proud sponsor of the Camosun Chargers, Below is a re-post of their latest press release
The Camosun College Chargers men’s golf team earned their second consecutive Bear Mountain Collegiate tournament title this past weekend, finishing five-strokes ahead of the competition and starting the 2013 season off with a great win.
“It was a terrific weekend of golf at Bear Mountain,” comments Chargers Head Coach John Randle. “The courses were in fantastic shape and the players had a great time. I am proud of my guys for pulling out a victory so early in the golf season.” (more…)
Victoria, BC – General Manager Holly Jones is pleased to announce that the Victoria HarbourCats have selected Accent Inns as the team’s Official Team Hotel for the inaugural season.
Under the agreement, Accent Inns will provide accommodation for all visiting players, coaches and staff, as well as a full breakfast at ABC Country Restaurant. Accent Inns will have a strong marketing and promotional presence at Royal Athletic Park.
“Accent Inns is a great choice for our Victoria hotel partner,” said Jones. “We are proud to partner with such a well-respected, locally owned business. They have a rich history of providing superior hospitality services here in Victoria, and I am confident that visiting players and coaches will enjoy the full range of amenities they have to offer.” ...read more
Camosun’s Alex Wolf earns PACWEST Men’s Volleyball Athlete of the Week Award
Third-year Camosun student-athlete Alex Wolf had a stellar weekend in the Chargers two wins over the CBC Bearcats, February 1-2. The 6’3” power from Surrey, BC was called on to play two different positions.
On Friday night Wolf played on the right side and contributed 13 points to the victory, with 11 kills, 2 ace serves and a number of key digs. On Saturday he returned to action, this time in the P1 position, and again led the Chargers with 12 kills on a stellar .500 efficiency, 2 blocks and another ace, along with 6 digs. .. read more on the Chargers getting ready for playoffs
Relax and enjoy the scenic journey to and from Mount Washington Alpine Resort aboard one of Smith Transportation’s dedicated ski buses. Enjoy the views of the rugged peaks of Strathcona Provincial Park and the Strait of Georgia. Mount Washington Alpine Resort boasts one of the most incredible and scenic alpine settings in North America; you’ve got to see it to believe it! Did you know that Mount Washington welcomed many athletes as they trained for the 2012 Vancouver BC Olympics. On several occasions Mount Washington has boasted the highest base of any Ski resort in North America. read more about the ski bus
Accent Inns is once again proud to be a sponsor of the Camosun Chargers. We are supporting the annual Tip-Off dinner and hope you’ll join us. See below for a re-print of the Chargers latest press release.
Chargers basketball pre-season begins
Friday will mark the beginning of a very busy weekend for the Camosun College basketball student-athletes and coaches who will be kicking off their preseason with their annual Chargers Tip-Off Dinner and Auction Fundraiser, Coaches’ Clinic and Alumni Games.
The action starts Friday (September 28) as the teams host the Chargers’ sixth annual Tip-Off Dinner and Auction Fundraiser at the Harbour Towers Hotel. Tickets are still available for the event which features special guest, Julianne Zussmann, veteran member of the world’s number-one ranked Canadian National Women’s Rugby Team and Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics hopeful. more on the camosun chargers
On the Saturday (of the long weekend) morning as the sun beamed down on the Minoru Oval in Richmond Vancouver, eight U16 girls’ teams and eight U16 boys’ teams arrived to stake their claim for their respective titles. The invite-only tournament consisted of players from the EA Sports BC Soccer Premier League (BCSPL), who were eager to show-case their pre-season form. “On behalf of the EA SPORTS BC Soccer Premier League and its participating clubs, I would like to thank adidas Canada for once again offering us the opportunity to be exclusive participants in the adidas Champions Cup,” said David Haber, president of the BCSPL. “This event provides our U-16 teams with an ideal competitive environment as they prepare for the fall season of the league, which starts on the weekend of September 15th and 16th.” More on the adidas champions cup
All of us at Accent Inns are so proud of the Vancouver Canadians.
This is a reprint from their Blog with the story of the big finish!
Suddenly, the Vancouver Canadians are making a habit of winning the Northwest League championship. Kellen Sweeney ignited a seven-run eighth inning with a two-run single and Art Charles capped it with a bases-loaded triple Sunday as Vancouver rallied for a 12-9 victory at Boise and its second straight title. ..read more about the NWL champs
Have you ever seen a group of totally diverse and unrelated people running madly about, following symbols marked in flour and shouting nonsensical terms like “On On?” If you have, they would have been Hash House Harriers – an International Drinking Group with a running problem.
Although I had actually heard of this group, I didn’t really understand what they were all about until I experienced my first Darkside, Leapday, After Dark Run on Feb 29th.
I went expecting an athletic adventure, possibly a race. What I found was a totally quirky activity that was as much social as athletic. The group consisted of both genders and ages ranging from late teens to seventies and even a few dogs. The only thing that many people seemed to have in common is that they had either worked or studied in at least one other country. Read more
Below is a reprint by Wayne Moore.
The BC Hockey League’s westside franchise has been re-born.
Tuesday morning, the franchise officially became the West Kelowna Warriors as the club attempts to build on the success of West Kelowna’s Hockeyville campaign.
“If we learned nothing else through Hockeyville it’s that this community’s pride is stronger than any other community in Canada, and we saw how strong we can be as a community when we all came together behind one flag,” says Hockeyville co-chair and Warriors Director of Business Operations, Andrew Deans. Read more