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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.

Kocher Christmas rekindles romance

Canadian biathlete Zina Kocher knows T-bar love stories do come true. Her parents told her all about them. Thirty-two years ago, on a T-bar in St. Anton am Arlberg in Austria, a young Canadian vacationer sidled up next to an Austrian ski instructor.

Athletes tune up in Bow Corridor race

There was little rest over the holidays for many of the nation’s top skiers, as most used the first Bow Corridor race at the Canmore Nordic Centre, on Dec 29 as extra training going into 2011.

Kershaw strikes gold in Italy

Canmore’s Devon Kershaw became the third Canadian male to win a world cup cross-country ski race after he won a skate-ski sprint race at the prestigious Tour de Ski in Toblach, Italy on Wednesday (Jan. 5).