OZone PostNew inductees added to Richmond Sports Wall of Fame

(22 November 2016 – Files via City of Richmond) Seventeen outstanding athletes, coaches, teams and builders are among the local sports heroes who will be permanently inducted into the Richmond Sports Wall of Fame on Saturday, November 26 at the Richmond Olympic Oval. “Richmond has a proud sporting history and the 2016 inductees to our Read More >>

OZone PostAthlete of the Month – Peter Isherwood

Meet Peter Isherwood, he is one of our high performance athletes who trains 2-3 times a week here at the Richmond Olympic Oval for Wheelchair Rugby and Athletics. What is your favourite part about coming to the Oval and working with our OVAL-HP Coach Fran Quintana, with Lisa Myers and Adam Frost from BC Wheelchair Read More >>

OZone PostFusion FC 2016 Snapshot!

Welcome back Fusion FC! We are excited to have you back and hope you are prepared for the year we have planned.  This season Strength and Conditioning sessions at Oval High Performance will be a comprehensive and progressive program of speed, agility, strength and power training. What you can expect : a focus on the Read More >>

OZone PostAthlete Achievement

Siobhan Finan, Volleyball Canada Centre of Excellence Alumni Athlete Congrats on hitting 1.000 in her first Canadian Interuniversity Sport Volleyball match with the UBC Thunderbirds Women’s Volleyball Team.

OZone PostMarkus Thormeyer headed to Pan Am Games

[Files from Delta Optimist]. Markus Thormeyer is one of Canada’s top young swimmers with an eye on the 2016 Summer Olympics. A 17-year-old who will be competing at this summer’s Pan American Games is a huge accomplishment in itself. Yet, swimming standout Markus Thormeyer remains focused on an even greater conquest. “Rio de Janeiro (and the Read More >>

OZone PostDalton Boon named to 2015 Para Pan Am Games!

[Files from Winskill Dolphins Swim Club]. Dalton Boon (20) competed in the 2015 CanAm Para Swimming Championships held at Toronto’s new Pan Am Sports Centre on Mar 21-22 2015. Dalton Boon of the Winskill Dolphins Swim Club entered the meet as Canada’s No.1 seeded swimmer in 200m Freestyle and successfully defended his title, winning gold in Read More >>