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Strum, Dickson eager for more starts after world cup debuts

Strum, Dickson eager for more starts after world cup debuts

World cup dreams were realized last week for two Canmore-based biathletes in Oberhof, Germany
Eagles double up on Oil Barrons

Eagles double up on Oil Barrons

The two newly acquired players for the AJHL's Canmore Eagles – Lukas Jirousek and Zac Cunningham – made their debut Friday night (Jan. 10) – helping the team to a 6-3 win over the Fort McMurray Oil Barrons
Jan Ullmark headed to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Jan Ullmark headed to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

The Canmore Skating Club coach will be inducted in May after nearly five decades of building the sport in Alberta
Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

“It’s quite fun, I mean, it’s an award also for yourself ‘cause it feels good giving back to the community and helping each other."
Canmore Eagles swap a pair of players with the Grande Prairie Storm

Canmore Eagles swap a pair of players with the Grande Prairie Storm

Jirousek and Cunningham will make their Eagles’ debut at Friday's (Jan. 10) game against the Fort McMurray Oil Barrons at the Canmore Rec Centre
Eagles limp back from physical three-game road trip

Eagles limp back from physical three-game road trip

The Eagles' will look to recover from a grueling road trip as the trade deadline looms
John Morris, Rachel Homan avoid 'disaster' in Qualico Mixed Doubles finals

John Morris, Rachel Homan avoid 'disaster' in Qualico Mixed Doubles finals

Canadian curlers John Morris and Rachel Homan avoided "disaster" in the back-and-forth finals at the local Qualico Mixed Doubles Classic this weekend at the Banff Fenlands recreation centre
UPDATE: Thomas scores winner as Canada beats Russia for gold at world juniors

UPDATE: Thomas scores winner as Canada beats Russia for gold at world juniors

Biathletes have big comebacks from blood clots, concussions

Biathletes have big comebacks from blood clots, concussions

Head injuries and health scares suppressed the race careers of two Canmore-based biathletes over the past few seasons, but ailments or not, the resilient pair have fought back to reach an elite level
Vanier claims top spot at provincials

Vanier claims top spot at provincials

After finishing first in the bouldering provincials, Alexa Vanier has her sights set on the Western Canada regionals