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Smith wins historic double gold at IBU Cup

Smith wins historic double gold at IBU Cup

Nathan Smith made history by winning back-to-back gold medals in IBU Cup 10 kilometre sprint races at the Canmore Nordic Centre, last weekend.

Valley athletes claim 32 Winter Games medals

Bow Valley athletes cleaned up at the Alberta Winter Games, last weekend, winning a grand total of 32 medals over three days. Cross-country skiing, biathlon and speed skating proved to be the most fruitful medal haul for the athletes in Spruce Grove.

Eagles playoff hopes still alive

The skin of their teeth. That’s what is separating the Canmore Eagles from AJHL playoff elimination with two fateful games this week. The Eagles kept their playoff dreams alive with a 4-3 shootout win over the Drumheller Dragons on Tuesday (Feb. 14).
Oddou bronze a first for Canada

Oddou bronze a first for Canada

Yolaine Oddou became the first Canadian woman to win an IBU Cup medal, and did so on home soil with a time of 21.56.7 at the Canmore Nordic Centre on Sunday, (Feb. 12). Oddou only missed one shot and was 16 seconds out of first place for bronze.

Smith golden in historic race

Nathan Smith made history as the first Canadian to win an IBU Cup medal on home soil, winning the 10 km sprint at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Canadians on target prior to IBU Cup races

Canadians on target prior to IBU Cup races

On the eve of the first ever IBU Cup race in North America, Canada’s biathletes shot their way to unprecedented results.
Eagles playoff hopes on life support

Eagles playoff hopes on life support

Three points out of an AJHL South Division final playoff spot with six games remaining in their season isn’t where the Canmore Eagles want to be.

Banff skiers scale big mountain heights

A handful of Banff’s budding young skiers conquered killer terrain in their first Big Mountain competition of the season.

Climbers gear up for Knuckle Basher

If it’s February in Canmore, it means ice climbing season is already half over.
Goldsack stays positive after big crash

Goldsack stays positive after big crash

Lined up for a sprint final in Whistler, Olympic cross-country skier Drew Goldsack needed a win, Jan. 14. A huge summer training effort had him in the best shape of his life and he felt victory was possible after strong qualifiying times.