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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

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.
Lunder blasts to world cup bests in Oberhof

Lunder blasts to world cup bests in Oberhof

Emma Lunder sprinted to a world cup best seventh place in Germany
Strum, Dickson eager for more starts after world cup debuts

Strum, Dickson eager for more starts after world cup debuts

World cup dreams were realized last week for two Canmore-based biathletes in Oberhof, Germany
Jan Ullmark headed to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Jan Ullmark headed to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

The Canmore Skating Club coach will be inducted in May after nearly five decades of building the sport in Alberta
Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

Local hockey team hopes good deeds wins national contest

“It’s quite fun, I mean, it’s an award also for yourself ‘cause it feels good giving back to the community and helping each other."
John Morris, Rachel Homan avoid 'disaster' in Qualico Mixed Doubles finals

John Morris, Rachel Homan avoid 'disaster' in Qualico Mixed Doubles finals

Canadian curlers John Morris and Rachel Homan avoided "disaster" in the back-and-forth finals at the local Qualico Mixed Doubles Classic this weekend at the Banff Fenlands recreation centre
Biathletes have big comebacks from blood clots, concussions

Biathletes have big comebacks from blood clots, concussions

Head injuries and health scares suppressed the race careers of two Canmore-based biathletes over the past few seasons, but ailments or not, the resilient pair have fought back to reach an elite level
Qualico mixed doubles sweeps into Bow Valley

Qualico mixed doubles sweeps into Bow Valley

Some of the world’s best curlers are in the Bow Valley this week and fans across the globe are able to see them in action thanks to enhanced live streaming
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
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."