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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

Banff martial artists motivated for more fights

Banff martial artists motivated for more fights

Banff Kyokushin Karate members were blocking punches and kicks and returning fire in Japan.
Banff Hockey Academy staff issue challenge to players

Banff Hockey Academy staff issue challenge to players

Banff Hockey Academy hosts its Christmas Challenge Cup from Dec. 6-8 at Fenlands arena.
Business owners rebuilding after destructive fire

Business owners rebuilding after destructive fire

“I’m taking it one day at a time; [I’m] devastated, is what I’d say."
100 years of ski racing rockets into Canadian history

100 years of ski racing rockets into Canadian history

Alpine Canada celebrates 100 years of ski racing ahead of the Lake Louise World Cup this weekend.
‘Young blood’ taking over Lake Louise to Banff Loppet

‘Young blood’ taking over Lake Louise to Banff Loppet

Registration for the Lake Louise to Banff Loppet & Relay opens on Sunday (Dec. 1)
Beaten Bears searching for confidence

Beaten Bears searching for confidence

The BHA Bears girls prep team is looking for a spark
MacIsaac-Jones wants to ‘be in the fight’ with best

MacIsaac-Jones wants to ‘be in the fight’ with best

Canmore cross-country skier Maya MacIsaac-Jones is looking for results this season
Wolverines come up empty at zones

Wolverines come up empty at zones

“We knew they were really strong and knew they weren’t invincible, but in the semis they played unreal. We didn’t give up a lot of unforced errors, but they were scoring two to three points for every one of ours per set.”
Local biathletes make their mark on national teams

Local biathletes make their mark on national teams

What a difference a year can make for local biathletes Aidan Millar and Matthew Strum
Fighting spirit lands Banff karate members in Japan

Fighting spirit lands Banff karate members in Japan

Banff Kyokushin Karate is bringing the fight to Japan