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Jordan Small

Jordan Small

Jordan Small joined the Outlook in 2014 and covers the vast world of sports in the Bow Valley. A Barrie, Ont. native, he also wrote for RMO's Mountain Guide section and the MD of Bighorn beat. He previously wrote for the Cold Lake Sun and Top MMA News. Prior to Jordan's career in journalism, he was the event coordinator for the Score Fighting Series, a defunct mixed martial arts promotion based out of Toronto.

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Recent Work by Jordan

Runners take on 50-km Grizzly Ultra Marathon

Runners take on 50-km Grizzly Ultra Marathon

Runners take on 50-km of mountain trails in Sunday's Grizzly Ultra Marathon.
Canmore Eagles send Dyck to Notre Dame Hounds

Canmore Eagles send Dyck to Notre Dame Hounds

The Canmore Eagles shook up its roster on Saturday, sending veteran goalie Logan Dyck to the SJHL.
Banff Hockey Academy Bears female program celebrates 10th season

Banff Hockey Academy Bears female program celebrates 10th season

“For me as a coach, [I want to] learn as much as I can and give my best from my experiences of what I had and if we can go with that for whole season, I will be satisfied in the end."
'High pressure' AJHL showcase an opportunity for Eagles to fly

'High pressure' AJHL showcase an opportunity for Eagles to fly

NHL scouts will have an eagle eye for Canmore's local junior A team this weekend at the AJHL showcase in Camrose
Melissa’s Road Race etched into Banff’s history with 40th

Melissa’s Road Race etched into Banff’s history with 40th

Melissa's Road Race hits the big 4-0 this Saturday.
Wolverines get ‘moral victory’ but want more

Wolverines get ‘moral victory’ but want more

The Canmore Wolverines are done with “moral victories” this season.
Huge third period propels Eagles in home opener

Huge third period propels Eagles in home opener

The Canmore Eagles' offence woke up in the third period during Friday night's home opener
CCHS soccer girls 'building' on young team

CCHS soccer girls 'building' on young team

“As a team we talk about three things that are really important for our squad: it’s respect, it’s compete and it’s adapt, because in every game you need all three."
Star-studded 2019 class ready for Bow Valley Sports Hall of Fame induction

Star-studded 2019 class ready for Bow Valley Sports Hall of Fame induction

Local heroes and big names in the Canadian sports landscape are being inducted in the Bow Valley Sports Hall of Fame on Friday (Sept. 20)
Wolverines destroy Spartans for first football win

Wolverines destroy Spartans for first football win

With the team's first win under its belt, the Canmore Wolverines look for more Friday at home