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Player Profile: Josh Cutler

A team’s identity is characterized by the way it responds to adversity, success, and the process in which it tackles the quandaries that our sport presents. 446 more words

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Abby Sherman Player Profile: On the Road to Success

Abby Sherman, Senior, has been running since 7th grade when Rob Collins (Cross Country coach) noticed her talents during P.E. She had done ballet since the age of two and stopped dancing after middle school. 471 more words


Player Profile: Liam Stobart

Being a “Student-Athlete” entails a delicate balance between academic success and athletic performance. Liam’s ability to balance a demanding work and school schedule with ultimate performance is something that every T-Bird desires. 255 more words

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Player Profile: Terynn Chan

Another senior member of our team, Terynn Chan is a handler powerhouse only in her 3rd year. Similar to other Vancouver natives on the TBirds, Terynn came out of a strong Vancouver Junior Ultimate scene and found her chance to truly shine at the College level. 401 more words

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Player Profile: Thorsten Richter


Age: Six

Squad: Pirates

How old were you when you first started tennis?


How were you introduced to the sport?

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Player Profile: Victoria McCann

Our first rookie profile looks at Victoria “Stevie” McCann. A rookie bred from the incredibly talented Vancouver Juniors Ultimate Program and the Point Grey Hounds Secondary School, Steve is a natural born athlete. 445 more words

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Player Profile: Fred Lam

Being a veteran leader on a team like the T-Birds entails responsibility, humility, and still being able to perform at a high level. Fred Lam encompasses these qualities in a way that can only be described as “beastly” with his commitment to mental fortitude, team chemistry, and team fitness level. 315 more words

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