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Former University of Calgary volleyball stars bring energy and experience to Tokyo 2020

Former University of Calgary volleyball stars bring energy and experience to Tokyo 2020

Their goals are lofty, but Graham Vigrass and Jay Blankenau have momentum and are ready for high-pressure play
Albertan takes aim at Summer Olympics glory

Albertan takes aim at Summer Olympics glory

Albertans will have a hometown competitor to cheer for at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo this July.
Okotokian Knox off another Canadian record

Okotokian Knox off another Canadian record

Swimming: Finlay Knox breaks 200m IM mark established at 2008 Olympics
Olds discus athlete still hoping to qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Olds discus athlete still hoping to qualify for Tokyo Olympics

Rachel Andres has until the end of June to qualify and is 95 per cent certain Olympics will be held, despite COVID
St. Paul Canadiens re-establishing unique affiliation with Montreal Canadiens

St. Paul Canadiens re-establishing unique affiliation with Montreal Canadiens

The unique relationship between the St. Paul-based junior hockey club and the NHL team has existed since the 1950s. Work is being done to reconnect the two organizations, and will include alumni hockey games coming to St. Paul, along with a list of other projects.
The view from the front seat

The view from the front seat

Barrhead native Melissa Lotholz continues her quest to earn a spot on the Olympic bobsleigh team as a driver
Alberta connection for two women competing in the national curling championship

Alberta connection for two women competing in the national curling championship

Val Sweeting and Rachel Homan have both made "valuable contributions" to the St. Paul Curling Club.
Team Homan heading into final game of round robin play with 6-1 record

Team Homan heading into final game of round robin play with 6-1 record

Although Team Homan hails from Ontario, the team's fourth - Rachel Homan - has ties to the Lakeland area.
Athabasca Olympic hopeful sets personal best

Athabasca Olympic hopeful sets personal best

Maya MacIsaac-Jones racing towards Olympic dreams after 18th place finish at World Cup in Sweden
Calgary Hitmen to play home games in abbreviated season on Tsuut’ina Nation

Calgary Hitmen to play home games in abbreviated season on Tsuut’ina Nation

While the majority of WHL clubs are still awaiting word on when their season might begin, Alberta Health and provincial officials have given approval for the WHL’s five Alberta-based squads to commence an abbreviated 24-game regular season schedule to start Feb. 26.