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Victoria, British Columbia (PRWEB) September 20, 2011
Northwest Sports Beat launches this week as the comprehensive, exciting new source for professional and amateur Sports News in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, bringing Northwest and west coast sports teams together in one wide-ranging online hub. In partnership with Yardbarker.com, the largest network of sports blogs and pro-athlete blogs on the web, Northwest Sports will deliver 24/7 sports statistics, match-ups, previews, opinion pieces, fan blogs and game-day reports.
Acting as the number one source for sports fans for up-to-date team information, insight, player gossip and commentary.
"Northwest Sports is made up of a staff of editors, researchers and die-hard stats gurus and contributors who live and breathe Northwest Sports." - NWSportsBeat.com
Northwest Sports coverage will include all the latest on:
- Seattle Seahawks
- Seattle Mariners
- Vancouver Canucks
- Portland Trailblazers
- BC Lions
- Seattle Sounders
- Vancouver Whitecaps
- Portland Timbers
- Seattle Storm
- University of Washington, Washington State, University of Oregon and Oregon State Football and Men & Women’s Basketball
- Gonzaga Hoops
- Seattle U Hoops
- University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University - Men’s Basketball & Football
- University of Victoria – Men’s Basketball
- WHL Hockey (Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, Spokane, Tri-Cities, Everett and Portland)
- AHL Abbotsford Heat
- Plus retro-flashback coverage of the Seattle Supersonics & Vancouver Grizzlies
Northwest Sports was created by Quincy Smith, a Canucks life-long fan, Seahawks 12th man and Mariners band-wagon jumper. Smith hopes to bring all Northwest sports fans together in one online forum that focuses on only Northwest sports. Loyal fans can become forum community members and discuss topics they’re passionate about while reading all the latest headlines. Smith expects Northwest Sports to grow from 25 pages to tens of thousands in a few short years, and hopes loyal readers will stay in touch with the website via NWSportsBeat.com, and NWSB’s Twitter, Facebook & YouTube channels.
To visit the newest source for all sports in the North West, go to http://www.nwsportsbeat.com.
Quincy D. Smith
Senior Editor - NWSportsBeat.com