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Swain forced to pit lane in superbike weekend

Swain forced to pit lane in superbike weekend

Local motorcycle racer Chad Swain took part in the 2010 Canadian Superbike Championship series event at Race City, running competitively all weekend until a mechanical failure forced the rider to the sidelines.
Airdrie Pro Rodeo promises to be bigger and better

Airdrie Pro Rodeo promises to be bigger and better

The Airdrie Pro Rodeo is back next week and its president says it will be bigger and better than ever.

Summer BBQ Contest

You could win a new BBQ complete with BBQ meat package, Golf swag, 4 rounds of golf & more.

Riker-Fox finishes season, wins bursary

Josh Riker-Fox finished his season on a high note.
Pete Knight Days results

Pete Knight Days results

Results from the Pete Knight Days rodeo in Crossfield, held June 18-19: 1. Mark Elder $389.03 2. Branden Dillman $329.18 3. Layton Green $269.32 4. Joel Waddell $209.47 1. Cole Goodine $319.20 2. Colter Bannow $266 3. Kyle Rock $212.80 4.

City of Airdrie to renovate Plainsmen

Airdrie City council voted to upgrade the Plainsmen Arena, June 21. The project will include new lobby access on the east side of the building and new change rooms on the north side.

Athlete recognition program to honour local talent

Airdrie’s elite athletes will be recognized at Genesis Place with a wall of fame. City council approved the Airdrie Elite Athlete Recognition Program, June 21.

This week in sports: Rodeos, bicycles and hot dogs

The world’s biggest sporting event is starting to wind down in South Africa, so I thought I’d mention a few lesser-known sports this week. Unlike soccer, most sports are not played, or even well-known, in every country around the world.
Ag Society has big plans

Ag Society has big plans

When Rocky View County council members meet July 27, they will consider a proposed master plan put together by the Airdrie and District Agriculture Society.

Rogers Rookie Tour coming to Airdrie

More than 35 Airdrie athletes will compete in the Rogers Rookie Tennis tour when it hits the city on June 26. The Airdrie and District Tennis Association will host the event, to be held in Airdrie for the first time, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.