Tag: University of Victoria

Kiah running down a paved road, arms pumping at her sides, in a black, red, and white triathlon body suit that reads "Wheeler CAN"

Kiah Wheeler tells us about her love for triathlon

Kiah sat down with us to talk about her passion for triathlon (it’s contagious!), her kinesiology degree, life at the University of Victoria, and racing in Kona last year…

University of Victoria lecture by Sandy Wilson.

Speaking about musculo-skeletal injuries to UVic students

I travelled to Royal Jubilee Hospital last week to speak to the Nurse Practitioner students at the University of Victoria…

A woman to the left and a man on a silver ladder to the right are both wearing matching blue long sleeved shirts and tying up a yellow canoe. There are a stack of tied up canoes in the background as well, and we get a glimpse of a glass walled building behind those other boats.

UVic Vikes: Tying Up the Season

It’s the last race of the season, and you think it’s all done, but you have to tie up the hulls. Congratulations UVic Vikes on a great season!

A group of people in blue and white jerseys standing on a green field with tall evergreen trees behind them. In front of them are three poles with hoops standing on the top. The two outer ones are the same height, and the center one is the tallest.

Quidditch Warm-Up

Quidditch team warming up at the start of practice! It’s so awesome what folks do to keep active. Triathlons just aren’t for everyone – and there are so many other choices!

There are three photos here. The one on the bottom is of a blonde woman lying on her right side with her left hand on her hip. She has her left leg in the air, and is stabilizing herself with her right leg on the ground. The one in the top left and top right are of the same woman standing behind a white table with papers and a black coffee mug on it. She is talking with her hands.

Sandy Wilson at UVic: Common Musculoskeletal Injuries

Sandy Wilson on point today during her presentation at the University of Victoria on common musculoskeletal injuries.

A soccer field at dusk with rectangular buildings in the distance. The sun is setting so the horizon still has some sun but the upper part of the sky is dusky blue, and there is a skydiver with their parachute pulled descending from the upper left.

How Do You Get To School?

Here’s a throwback to a UVic Vikes women’s soccer game last fall, when skydivers opened the game with this spectacular midfield landing. School is starting soon. How are you arriving? Photo taken on unceded Lkwungen Territory.