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Irricana Bullnanza a rodeo must-see event

The Irricana Humps and Horns Harvest Bullnanza is set for Aug. 7 at Founders Park, as the Canadian Pro Rodeo Association (CPRA) will be bringing 30 of its best bullriders to the most intimate rodeo experience of the season.

Rage Midget Girls win provincials

The Rockyview Rage got better with age this season, despite its collectively young and inexperienced squad of players.
Integrity in racing…is it gone?

Integrity in racing…is it gone?

July 25 was a day motorsport fans will not soon forget. The Indy Racing League (IRL) finished its Canadian swing with the Honda Indy Edmonton, while Formula One’s (F1) drivers ran their annual German Grand Prix.

Local teen wins barrel racing competition

A local girl is this year’s 2D Youth Champion at the Irvine Tack & Trailers Barrel Racing Series in Crossfield. Angela Cambruzzi, 16, won the championship with her 11-year-old quarter horse Annie in a time of 19.0 seconds.
Airdrie swimmer leads Zone 2 with seven medals

Airdrie swimmer leads Zone 2 with seven medals

Zone 2 captured 94 medals at last week’s Alberta Summer Games held in the Peace Region, good for third overall, with a good portion of the team’s 25 gold coming from Rocky View region athletes.
Local figure skater chooses coaching route

Local figure skater chooses coaching route

Erin Paterson could’ve trained for the Olympics.
Rage Midget Girls win provincial championship

Rage Midget Girls win provincial championship

The Rockyview Rage got better with age this season, despite its collectively young and inexperienced squad of players.

Fun Country Riders host show and gymkhanaa

Despite competition from summer holidays and the Stampede, a good turnout of riders attended the Fun Country Riders Show and Gymkhana on July 18.

Cochrane resident wins Stampede triple crown

A Cochrane-area resident made history by winning the first ever triple crown in the Calgary Stampede Heavy Horse pull, July 18.

Hockey tourney will help summer conditioning

A three-on-three hockey tournament set for mid-August will not only help those trying to fill the midsummer sports void, but also help prepare a group of up to 150 players for the coming hockey season.