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Gaiazova eighth in world cup event

Gaiazova eighth in world cup event

Dasha Gaiazova turned in the best solo race of her career, finishing eighth in a cross-country world cup sprint race, Sunday (Jan. 23). “I was so pumped I made it to the top 12. I knew I was skiing so well,” Gaiazova said.

Canmore grandmother sets climbing record in Uganda

For 30 years, Canmore resident Beryl Park dreamed of visiting Uganda’s Rwenzori Mountains. Never in her dreams however, did she imagine she’d make news by doing so, nor earn a spot in the Guinness Book of Records.
Snocross course ready to go at Lake Louise

Snocross course ready to go at Lake Louise

Lake Louise has put the final touches on a snowcross course that will host the Canadian championships in March. The course opened to the public last week and will be ramped up for several competitions over the course of the winter.

Gow flying Alberta flag at Canada Games

Scott Gow knows how to plan a mission to Mars. Three years ago, he was selected to join NASA in Houston for a two-week space camp with 33 other students from around the globe.
Eagles claim first win of 2011

Eagles claim first win of 2011

Willy Sakal scored the shootout winner and Steve Papciak stopped all 10 shots he faced as the Canmore Eagles downed the Drumheller Dragons 3-2 in a shootout in AJHL action at Alex Kaleta Arena, Saturday, Jan 15.
Gow Brothers top NorAm biathlon event

Gow Brothers top NorAm biathlon event

North American biathletes are developing a familiar warning phrase this winter: Beware the brothers Gow.

Eagles trade Muscoby, gain D-man at deadline

The Canmore Eagles added experience to their blueline at the AJHL trade deadline, however, they paid with a piece of the future.
Kershaw celebrating top Tour de Ski showing

Kershaw celebrating top Tour de Ski showing

Maureen Kershaw has her priorities straight. The mother of Canmore’s Devon Kershaw flew in from Thunder Bay to greet her son in Calgary after his historic performance on the Tour de Ski, Monday (Jan. 10).
Broken leg ends McBroom's season

Broken leg ends McBroom's season

Kelly McBroom’s world cup ski dreams have plunged into the nightmare realm yet again. After spending the past 22 months rehabilitating her knee, the downhill skier will miss the rest of the season with a broken leg.

Kershaw strikes double silver at Tour de Ski

Talk about a great start to the New Year.