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Final countdown begins for Para Nordic Skiing season-opener in Canmore

Final countdown begins for Para Nordic Skiing season-opener in Canmore

"I’m super energized to have a world cup here in Canmore."
Canmore skier Richardson returns to world cup after Nor-Am silver

Canmore skier Richardson returns to world cup after Nor-Am silver

Canmore's Britt Richardson is starting to get cozy on the world cup.
From refugee to 'Mountains Beast', Canmore man finds new life at gym

From refugee to 'Mountains Beast', Canmore man finds new life at gym

"I came here as a refugee on my own, no family; I didn't know why I'm here, I wasted away so years to depression, almost gave up on my life. I only find myself in the gym like three years ago and I never looked back."
Canmore speed skater's remarkable world cup increases odds for Beijing berth

Canmore speed skater's remarkable world cup increases odds for Beijing berth

Another world cup and more big performances by Canmore's Connor Howe.
Indigenous strongwoman claims third in national competition

Indigenous strongwoman claims third in national competition

Angie Houle is making a name for herself as a strongwoman.
Iron Horse Ultra marathon pushes the limits

Iron Horse Ultra marathon pushes the limits

St. Paul resident Jocelyn Cote was one of 93 athletes who took off from the start line on Oct. 2, attempting the Iron Horse Ultra. After 19 hours, Cote crossed the finish line.
Aptly named Smart Play makes impressive showing at prestigious race

Aptly named Smart Play makes impressive showing at prestigious race

The Canadian Derby's third-place finisher Smart Play is a homegrown success
Meet the Earl of Slo-Pitch

Meet the Earl of Slo-Pitch

Who says you have to stop enjoying team sports when you get older? Don't tell the Earl of Slo-Pitch--he's busy on the diamond.
Triathlete Stefan Daniel primed for the scorching heat of Tokyo Paralympics

Triathlete Stefan Daniel primed for the scorching heat of Tokyo Paralympics

Now ranked No. 1 in the world, University of Calgary student faces international competition more seasoned and less nervous
Women’s world hockey championship drops puck after delay

Women’s world hockey championship drops puck after delay

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — The puck drops Friday on a women’s world hockey championship more than two years after the last one. Who’s counting? American forward Kendall Coyne Schofield is, for one.
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