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Running becomes family affair

Running becomes family affair

Amy Golumbia is an inspiration.

Vsion climbers ring up medals in B.C. comp

Canmore and Banff have become feared words on the youth climbing circuit, as Bow Valley climbers once again cleaned up this weekend at the nationals in Coquitlam, British Columbia. “It’s amazing.
Prairie competitor wins Canmore Triathlon

Prairie competitor wins Canmore Triathlon

Finishing before driving rain and heavy winds had a chance to slow him down, Curtis Earl took the Olympic distance title at the Canmore Triathlon on July 3 at the Canmore Nordic Centre.

Eagles commit to future in Canmore

The Canmore Eagles appear to have staved off a mass migration for now.
Rundle challenges top athletes

Rundle challenges top athletes

To say Magi Scallion had a busy weekend would be an understatement. The trail ripper began her weekend shredding the mountain bike trails in Rundle’s Revenge, Saturday (June 25) by winning the 25 kilometre race.
Ball hockey action heats up in Valley

Ball hockey action heats up in Valley

Summer shinny is alive and well in the Bow Valley thanks to a young hockey-loving entrepreneur. Aaron Stanfield is the architect behind the Rocky Mountain Ball Hockey League, the fast-growing league based in Canmore.
Banff blasted at home

Banff blasted at home

For the Banff Men’s Rugby Football Club, it was a wake-up call. The men’s rugby team lost their first regular season home game in three years, breaking one of the most respectable undefeated streaks in the valley.
Tournament celebrates transformative power of sport

Tournament celebrates transformative power of sport

For Moise Kadio and Alou Coulibaly, sport is more than just fun and games – it’s nation changing.
RMCC racers make a splash during BikeFest week

RMCC racers make a splash during BikeFest week

The Rundle Mountain Cycling Club (RMCC) caught many an eye at this week’s Banff National Park BikeFest with a solid team showing and some brilliant individual efforts.

Eagles acquire big defenceman, players find new college homes

The Canmore Eagles have added some size to their blueline by acquiring 6-foot-3, 215-pound defenceman Alex Barnes from the Olds Grizzlys in exchange for Chris Stachiw.