Posts Tagged ‘Training’

Hockey almost over for the season..

10 games, 6goals, 5assist, 3penalty minutes and finish up as the top goalscorer and the top player with most points for the Spring league in our team. As you guys perhaps already know, I played for The Islanders and I had a blast getting to know the guys, and hopefully I’ll find a spot for the fall! As a team, we didn’t do too well.. 2 wins, 9 losses which made us the worst team in the series…  🙂 Read the rest of this entry »

Great hockey last night!

It all comes to show that it is impossible to be satisfied with something great. You always want something nicer, bigger, grander, better etc..

I was not too happy with my contributions last night, I felt I could do lots better, but in reality I did quite well.

We won the game 6-4 and I scored the first, third, fourth and fifth goal (Four goals total) and a couple of them quite important goals, when the game was tied and either team could have scored and made our lives miserable! What differed this game compared to any other game, was that I got my own jersey (#21 – Forsberg – not my personal choice, but it seem to work well). Let’s see next game if the success continues!

I’m hoping to get in another couple of training sessions more per week to increase my speed and endurance.

ENVR107 – Lab 9 – Mt Tolmie Fieldtrip

Thursday, March 18th 2010, ENVR107 students from Camosun College conducted a fieldtrip to the local park, Mt Tolmie (Lat: N48° 27’’ 23’ Long: W123° 19’’ 34’) in Victoria, BC. The aim of the fieldtrip was to get familiar with Ecosystem Field Form and accompanying field books (Handbooks 25 (White) & 28 (Red)). Read the rest of this entry »

Why YOU should NOT go and vaccinate yourself against H1N1!!

Report – ENVR110 – Assignment 1 – How Green is Camosun – Part 2

ENVR110                                                Camosun College                                             2009-09-12

Assignment 1 – How Green is Camosun – Part 2

Stefan Martensson

Abstract:

The ENVR110 class were given the assignment of listing ‘green’, sustainable and environmentally friendly practices, processes and commitments for Camosun College campus. The first part of brainstorming together brought up a long list of ideas that later were compared with practices that in fact already been implemented and in addition comment on two ideas not yet implemented. Read the rest of this entry »

Kayaking Rönne å

Catharina enjoying herself on the river.

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A beautiful day on the quiet river enjoying a few hours of kayaking.

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Stefan having some fun…

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MyCV

Dear Reader / Human Resources,
As a graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Environmental Science, I am looking for the next step to grow from my previous employments.

I am a self-motivated individual with extensive leadership experience that encompasses many different fields (supervisor, manager roles, outdoor recreation leader/guide as well as military). I enjoy when things are happening around me at a rapid pace and I thrive on learning new things. Read the rest of this entry »

Banff Mountain Film Festival – October

Yet another dream completed, when I started with all the crazyness of adventures, I heard about the Banff Mountain Film Festival, a weeklong festival honouring the best o the best adventurers around the world and showing some of the best movies made over the year with one theme in common… Mountains. Read the rest of this entry »

Dreams come true again – Gone heliskiing with Anders!

070220 – 0500 – The alarm goes off, I had barely any sleep. The reason for that was that today I knew would be a very special day! Me and Anders were going to be picked up in one hour and fifteen minutes with a bus taking us back to Panorama and RK Heliplex. It was time to take the virginity of flying a helicopter and also do some heli-skiing!! Read the rest of this entry »

Banff – The day that changed EVERYTHING!

070220 – 0500 – The alarm goes off, I had barely any sleep. The reason for that was that today I knew would be a very special day! Me and Anders were going to be picked up in one hour and fifteen minutes with a bus taking us back to Panorama and RK Heliplex. It was time to take the virginity of flying a helicopter and also do some heli-skiing!!

The white mini-bus in form of a Chevy picked us up just outside the front desk at Hidden Ridge. First we stopped at a few hotels in Banff to pick up a few more people before we were on our way. Read the rest of this entry »