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Outlook Sports year in review 2019

Outlook Sports year in review 2019

Sports headlines from 2019 included the retirement of Canmore's Rosanna Crawford and Brendan Green from the national biathlon team, Special Olympian Meg Ohsada performing in the Rock the Rink tour, Holly Phillips competing for Rugby Canada's U20 team, and Mark Arendz being named Alberta's male athlete of the year for 2018
Canmore Eagles' Young invited to CJHL Prospects Game

Canmore Eagles' Young invited to CJHL Prospects Game

Just after returning from duty at the World Junior A Challenge, Canmore Eagles' forward Alex Young has been invited to the CJHL Prospects Game in January
Wildcats take bite out of Canmore competition

Wildcats take bite out of Canmore competition

“We played really well throughout the entire tournament and in that last game we played up to the competition and our defence was hard to beat."
Team Canada wants to reclaim gold at World Juniors, says Bernard-Docker

Team Canada wants to reclaim gold at World Juniors, says Bernard-Docker

Canmore's Jacob Bernard-Docker and the Junior National Team are going for gold
Sellers targets junior worlds despite setbacks

Sellers targets junior worlds despite setbacks

Biathlon Canada relay teams excel overseas

Biathlon Canada relay teams excel overseas

Biathlon Canada’s relay teams had its best results in years last weekend
Canmore’s Jacob Bernard-Docker named to World Junior team

Canmore’s Jacob Bernard-Docker named to World Junior team

The World Juniors is getting a piece of Canmore.
Wolverines' fate decided at buzzer

Wolverines' fate decided at buzzer

Canmore Wolverines’ Ryan Brunet dropped eight three pointers in Saturday’s (Dec. 7) gold medal game, but he’d love one more shot at his final shot.
Canmore's McKeever blazes trail in first para-nordic world cup of the season, claiming gold

Canmore's McKeever blazes trail in first para-nordic world cup of the season, claiming gold

Canmore resident Mark Arendz was also on the world cup podium in Norway, taking home a bronze in the 2.5-km men's standing division para-Nordic ski race
Small steps lead to big success for Canmore's Mahler

Small steps lead to big success for Canmore's Mahler

Canmore's Kris Mahler claimed his first World Cup victory after a lengthy two year recovery