Welcome to the latest edition of the Varsity Letters podcast.
Today we chat with longtime basketball referee Karn Dhillon on a variety of topics spanning a career that began not too soon after he graduated from Vancouver’s Sir Winston Churchill in the late 1970s.
Dhillon also eulogizes his friend, longtime and well-loved referee Felix Gonzalez whose sudden passing has rocked the tight-knit B.C. basketball community.
In addition, Dhillon speaks to the pride he has for the Pink Whistle campaign which has shown just how united the B.C. hoops family has been over the past decade in raising funds for cancer research. And he offers words of wisdom to those contemplating taking the plunge into the world of basketball officiating.
Varsity Letters, Canada’s only podcast dedicated solely to provincial university and high school sports coverage, is produced by Gabriel Lynn, and available at Apple Music, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Our theme music, Generation Next, is written and performed exclusively for Varsity Letters by Chad Joiner and the MEI Screaming Eagles marching band.
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