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Traditional style of bike races 'unlikely' this fall in Canmore

Traditional style of bike races 'unlikely' this fall in Canmore

BOW VALLEY - Local cyclists have at least one Bow Valley competition to look forward to this year after momentous changes were made the to national calendar.
Canmore alpine racer stands out as top teen prospect

Canmore alpine racer stands out as top teen prospect

Canmore's Britt Richardson was the youngest athlete selected to Alpine Canada’s new NextGen Program
Bow Valley high schools virtually hand off athletic awards

Bow Valley high schools virtually hand off athletic awards

Local high schools handed out the hardware despite COVID-19 challenges
Banff Marathon looking at offering virtual races moving forward

Banff Marathon looking at offering virtual races moving forward

To Banff Marathon organizers surprise, there’s been a “huge response” to the virtual races, which has them thinking it could have a future at the event.
Ohsada wins Jamie Salé achievement award

Ohsada wins Jamie Salé achievement award

Meg Ohsada's outstanding year on the ice was honoured by Olympic and world champion Jamie Salé
Alpine Canada teams playing catch-up due to COVID-19 virus

Alpine Canada teams playing catch-up due to COVID-19 virus

Five Bow Valley athletes were named to the 2020-21 Canadian Alpine Ski Team
Golf competitions coming to Bow Valley this summer

Golf competitions coming to Bow Valley this summer

Local golfers looking for a little competition can find some over the next few weeks
Canmore cyclist's Peaks to Pacific project underway

Canmore cyclist's Peaks to Pacific project underway

A Canmore cyclist is pedalling to the Pacific Ocean to raise funds for Save The Children Canada
Eagles sign three new players to roster

Eagles sign three new players to roster

The Eagles have a trio of new signings and are eagerly awaiting the restart of the hockey season
Stewart-Jones returns to national ski team after winning appeal

Stewart-Jones returns to national ski team after winning appeal

There was an outcry from the cross-country community May 1 following the 14-person 2020-21 National Ski Team announcement by Nordiqu Canada featuring a young core that would be developed through to the 2026 Olympics