Category: Pan Ambling

Posted by Sam on July 14, 2016

    In the blink of an eye a year has passed, and believe it or not, it was around this time in 2015 that York University (among other venues) was playing host to the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games ...
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Posted by Megan on September 9, 2015

My friends, The time has come to say goodbye. For the past two years I have been blogging away, first on Journey to the Centre of York, then on Pan Ambling. I’ve written guides, covered events and h ...
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Posted by Sam on August 12, 2015

  The Games were off to an amazing start with a spectacular Opening Ceremony, and they continue to delight us with every new medal. Yesterday, my colleague Rebecca and I got the chance to see one ...
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Posted by Sam on August 10, 2015

  In continuing our coverage of anything and everything Games-related, last Friday night my colleague Rebecca and I once again headed down to the CIBC Pan Am/Parapan Am Athletics Stadium in cele ...
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Posted by Sam on August 7, 2015

Have you noticed a certain lack of festivity and late-night fireworks around TO lately? Well, worry no more, as with the beginning of the Parapan Am Games comes the return of PANAMANIA! Beginning toni ...
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Posted by Megan on August 4, 2015

Hi friends, In just a few short days, excitement throughout the Americas will once again rise with the beginning of the Parapan Am Games. We will surely be in for more athletic treats of the highest ...
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Posted by Megan on July 30, 2015

Hi Friends, I can hardly believe that the first part of the Games has come to an end! With some brilliant highs (Shawn Barber’s gold medal in pole vault comes to mind) and some disappointing lows (G ...
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Posted by Sam on July 22, 2015

Yesterday morning my fellow bloggers Rebecca and Megan and I were fortunate enough to check out the first day of the Games’ Athletics competition taking place at York’s own CIBC Pan Am/Par ...
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Posted by Megan on July 21, 2015

Hi Friends, The Games have been taking the city by storm, and it’s hard to believe that that the Closing Ceremony is only a handful of days away, on July 26. What I’ve most enjoyed abou ...
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