Canadian Basketball Black History – Stories of the Omitted

Black History triggered my story writing because when it comes around the mainstream channels begin to put the usual handful of stories into circulation. I appreciate the efforts but it always left me wondering who inspired that person to do great things? Was there other trailblazers that prepared the way or do we just know who made the first footprint? What about the underlying stories NOT told of people and events that influenced the great legacies that we hear about today.

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Chenel Harris – NCAA Women’s Coaching Inspiration

Despite only being 28 years old Chenel’s has seen many of her peers leave collegiate coaching and pursue alternative careers. Chenel has set herself apart because she has managed to find balance within the unbalance of coaching at such a demanding level.

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Black History – 20th Anniversary of Canada’s 1st National High School All Star Basketball Event

The All Canada Classic (a.k.a. the Rumble in the T-Dot) National High School All-Star Basketball Celebration run by P.H.A.S.E. 1 still stands as Canada’s 1st and longest run national high school all-star game. From 2001-2012, the All Canada Classic consistently featured the biggest names in Canadian boy’s and girl’s high school basketball under the same roof

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West Hill C.I. – A Decade of Distinguished Gentlemen

Thank you to all the teachers and administration at West Hill for the commitment to the success of these student athletes. A culture of excellence is not by accident but by design and together we can be proud of the legacy that was created.

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Mark Stoddart – Graphic Artist Legend

From an early age he understood that people easily identified with popular logos and symbols used as trademarks. Whether it is an association like the NBA (who’s logo is the silhouette of Basketball Hall of Famer Jerry West), or a company like Nike, people identify with a brand on their chest. That symbol essentially becomes a representation of their persona. To him, that was a powerful idea.

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