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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.

Recent Work by Jordan

Canmore speed skater cashes in silver at world cup opener

Canmore speed skater cashes in silver at world cup opener

“It’s a real good sign to be picking up where I left off last year."
Smyth inducted into Edmonton Oilers hall of fame

Smyth inducted into Edmonton Oilers hall of fame

“It brings chills to my spine right now as I talk about it. It was a very special start for my career.”
AmpFest returns to Rockies with full slate of metal, punk music

AmpFest returns to Rockies with full slate of metal, punk music

Twelve bands, including festival headliner Syryn, to hit the stage at AmpFest II this Saturday (Nov. 12) at artsPlace in Canmore.
Top Gun: Maverick star Jon Hamm surprise visits Alberta hockey team

Top Gun: Maverick star Jon Hamm surprise visits Alberta hockey team

The Canmore Eagles have gone Hollywood.
Lake Louise lands ski world cup season openers after cancellations

Lake Louise lands ski world cup season openers after cancellations

The world’s fastest men and women on two skis will get their season underway in Lake Louise after all – and perhaps for the final time.
Edmonton teen sets Canadian record at Rubik’s Cube speedsolving event

Edmonton teen sets Canadian record at Rubik’s Cube speedsolving event

17-year-old Kyle Santucci breaks national mark at the inaugural Rockies Rager in Canmore.
Bow Valley sports community mourns shocking death of beloved resident

Bow Valley sports community mourns shocking death of beloved resident

Ethan Enns-Goneau remembered by loved ones, coaches and peers after the 26-year-old Banff resident was killed last Friday.
'Long overdue': Alberta Indigenous groups to guide spirits home

'Long overdue': Alberta Indigenous groups to guide spirits home

Healing process to get underway next week to bring restless spirits back to the Stoney Nakoda reserve.
Canmore's Bryden wins silver in Canada's most extreme triathlon

Canmore's Bryden wins silver in Canada's most extreme triathlon

Canada’s toughest triathlon was a mere warm-up for Alberta endurance beast Jordan Bryden, who’s got the world’s best on his mind.
VIDEO: Canmore Olympian, influencer competing in The Amazing Race Canada

VIDEO: Canmore Olympian, influencer competing in The Amazing Race Canada

Southern Alberta siblings competed on Amazing Race Canada.
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