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Union Hall to host Friday night fights

Boxing fans are bracing for another rumble in the Rockies. Friday night fights are returning to Canmore in May as several local boxers will lace up the gloves next month for the first sanctioned event of the season.
McKeever guns for silver

McKeever guns for silver

Brian McKeever is no one trick pony.
American spoils Canuck snowboard cross party

American spoils Canuck snowboard cross party

American Jared Minghini spoiled the day for Canadian snowboard cross, taking gold in the snowboard cross competition in Lake Louise away from several national team members. “I’d rather be U.S.
Maltais dominates boarder nationals

Maltais dominates boarder nationals

Dominique Maltais, the world’s best female snowboard cross racer, decimated the competition at the Canadian championship Saturday (April 9) at Lake Louise. “It’s fun.

Canmore to house national biathlon training centre

In a push to keep more budding athletes in the sport, Canmore has been named the site of a new National Biathlon Training Centre. “This is a brave new step for biathlon in this country,” said Biathlon Canada Chairman Ken Davies.
Tafel makes statement at ski cross nationals

Tafel makes statement at ski cross nationals

With a world champion to his left and Canadian ski cross superstars to his right, Tristan Tafel’s stomach churned in the starting gate of the Canadian ski cross nationals in Lake Louise last weekend.

Balharry earns bronze with dislocated shoulder

Canmore snowboarder Robby Balharry finished his slopestyle season with a third-place finish at the TTR stop at Grouse Mountain, last weekend.

McKeever golden in return to IPC championship

In a triumphant return to the world cup circuit, Canmore’s Brian McKeever won back-to-back gold medals at the International Paralympic Committee World Championships in Khanty Mansisyk, Russia on Sunday, April 3.

Thompson strikes gold in ski cross

When it comes to ski cross, the Canadian kids are all right.
Hudec wins first GS title

Hudec wins first GS title

It was just a matter of time. Laying down some of the best runs of his season, Banff’s Jan Hudec finally reached the top of the podium in the men’s giant slalom at the National Alpine Championships at Nakiska, Tuesday (March 29).