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Canmore Eagles add 8 players during signing frenzy

Canmore Eagles add 8 players during signing frenzy

CANMORE - The Canmore Eagles wasted no time recruiting players to join the mountain town club for the 2019-20 campaign, filling a big void left by departing veterans.
Raising awareness with 24 Hours of Tunnel

Raising awareness with 24 Hours of Tunnel

CANMORE - For 24 hours straight on July 10, Scott Walker, Tyler Williams and Masaki Yokota, will be embarking on a fundraising hike throughout Tunnel Mountain with all proceeds donated to the International Bipolar Foundation (IBPF) and the Banff Comm
Being cut from national team ‘lit a fire under my ass’

Being cut from national team ‘lit a fire under my ass’

CANMORE – Local rugby star Holly Phillips’ evolution as an athlete over the past 12 months brought her back to the national stage after she crashed down to a low point in the sport.
Buckley bids farewell to Wolverines

Buckley bids farewell to Wolverines

CANMORE – Football Alberta’s coach of the year Wade Buckley won a championship in his final season with the Canmore Wolverines, but the relationships built with players and coaches is what he’ll remember – and miss the most.
Late cyclist honoured at Rundle’s Revenge

Late cyclist honoured at Rundle’s Revenge

CANMORE – The memory of one Canmore’s prominent cyclists was honoured during the tough and long TransRockies Rundle’s Revenge 75-kilometre race on Saturday (June 22).
Locals nominated to national Alpine and Ski Cross teams

Locals nominated to national Alpine and Ski Cross teams

Kiah Lucero CANMORE – Locals Erik Read and Jeffrey Read, as well as Trevor Philp of the Banff Alpine Racers have been nominated to the 2019-20 Canadian Alpine Ski Team.
Canmore Eagles’ new logo hatches

Canmore Eagles’ new logo hatches

CANMORE – The Canmore Eagles new logo has landed.
Blues win championship at home

Blues win championship at home

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Bear can’t slow down runners at Rundle’s Revenge

Bear can’t slow down runners at Rundle’s Revenge

CANMORE – A black bear nosing on the trail couldn’t stop Calgary’s Chad Eastman from winning the annual TransRockies Race Series Rundle’s Revenge 50-kilometre race on Sunday (June 23) at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Labiano, Macnaughton win Bears’ athletes of the year

Labiano, Macnaughton win Bears’ athletes of the year

BANFF – These Banff Bears were absolute beasts in their respective sports and were recently rewarded for their leadership and aptitude this season.