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YEAR IN REVIEW: How sports played out in 2022

YEAR IN REVIEW: How sports played out in 2022

Some of the top sports stories in 2022 from local athletes competing in the Bow Valley, Beijing, and more.
Friends of K-Country to expand trail care programming in 2023

Friends of K-Country to expand trail care programming in 2023

“In general, the western areas of Kananaskis have seen more activity and are more established, but we’re starting to see more use in these areas in the east that, historically speaking, have not seen as much activity.”’
Canmore hockey coach brought offensive touch to Canada West staff

Canmore hockey coach brought offensive touch to Canada West staff

“Our team was built on the identity of the western Canadian way of hard to play against and character players."
Canmore speed skater dodges chaos, wins silver at world cup

Canmore speed skater dodges chaos, wins silver at world cup

Four world cups and four medals for Canmore speed skater Connor Howe.
Budget highlights potential upcoming maintenance, repairs to Elevation Place

Budget highlights potential upcoming maintenance, repairs to Elevation Place

“With an old building with a lot of technical and mechanical electric systems with water, we’re starting to see some lifecycle repairs and maintenance that we have already been undertaking."
Council approves grant for Dead Man’s Flats outdoor rink project

Council approves grant for Dead Man’s Flats outdoor rink project

"I believe this is a great opportunity for our wards to work together."
Canmore ski crosser's mental game best ever at season start

Canmore ski crosser's mental game best ever at season start

“Luckily for me, once we got into the gates for the first race, everything kind of clicked and I was back where I know I can be."
Push back on junior face cage order by Hockey Canada

Push back on junior face cage order by Hockey Canada

“I know that our league is not doing it this year and our league is going to put up a fight."
Canmore Eagles shake slump, hometown player trades skates for classroom

Canmore Eagles shake slump, hometown player trades skates for classroom

“I was trying to give it 100 per cent, but mentally, I was just not there. It’s detrimental to the team."
Canada's Para Nordic skiers flex in warm-up to world championships

Canada's Para Nordic skiers flex in warm-up to world championships

Halfway through the season-opening Para Nordic Ski world cup and Team Canada is 15 medals deep and looking for more in preparation for the biggest event of the season.