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Chandra Crawford to be inducted into Canadian Ski Hall of Fame

Chandra Crawford to be inducted into Canadian Ski Hall of Fame

“I feel very grateful to have had the many many glorious and gruelling ski days I had in my career and now that I’ve turned my attention to teaching my three kids under the age of four to ski (or be carried around while my husband Jared and I ski haha).”
Canmore Eagles build on team's growing confidence

Canmore Eagles build on team's growing confidence

“We are an offensive-forward team. All five guys get involved in the offence and I think right now every line can move the puck, every line can skate, every line knows their role and it’s really working well right now."
Banff Marathon is Canada’s first UN Sports for Climate Action member

Banff Marathon is Canada’s first UN Sports for Climate Action member

“It’s amazing [to be recognized] and a real testament to the efforts of the organizing committee and the participants and sponsors for the event,” said Banff Marathon race director Paul Regensburg. “It’s a lot of work to be that responsible in the sustainability department.”
Alex Young hopeful to be back on NHL scouting list

Alex Young hopeful to be back on NHL scouting list

"Alex is a guy that always rises to the occasion. He goes to Russia and he’s the player of the tournament, he goes to the prospects game and he’s player of the game. He is such a dynamic player and he doesn’t rely on anyone else to do his work."
Indigenous youth participate in Spirit North loppet

Indigenous youth participate in Spirit North loppet

Grade 4-9 students from MCS, Nakoda Elementary School, Exshaw School and Tsuut’ina First Nation took part in Tuesday's (Jan. 21) events at the Canmore Nordic Centre
Team of Milaine Thériault, Xavier McKeever win loppet, Ian Murray first in solo

Team of Milaine Thériault, Xavier McKeever win loppet, Ian Murray first in solo

Mother and son duo, Milaine Thériault and Xavier McKeever, was the first team to finish in Sunday's Lake Louise to Banff Loppet & Relay. Ian Murray won the overall solo category.
Howden scorches chilly competition to claim first world cup

Howden scorches chilly competition to claim first world cup

Reece Howden and Kevin Drury fought it out in the big final, finishing first and second; while Brittany Phelan claimed silver in the women's race.
Flurry of trades spark a fresh start for Eagles

Flurry of trades spark a fresh start for Eagles

"Obviously there’s a lot of new guys around but I think were are gelling well and we just want to have a strong push into the playoffs. Our team is younger and guys that have come from other teams are really motivated to play.”
Calgary Flames prospect Luke Philp emerging as scoring threat in AHL

Calgary Flames prospect Luke Philp emerging as scoring threat in AHL

Canmore's Luke Philp has been lighting up the AHL.
McKeever bounces back to claim gold

McKeever bounces back to claim gold

Brian McKeever dominated the slushy six-kilometre Para-Nordic World Cup race dodging rocks, dirt and grass poking up through the snow to win gold