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New Canmore Eagles ready for AJHL exhibition season

New Canmore Eagles ready for AJHL exhibition season

It’s a case of déjŕ vu all over again for two Canmore Eagles. Nils Moser and Zack Rassell will both try to earn spots on the 2012/2013 Canmore Eagles squad when the club opens training camp on Thursday (Aug. 23) with fitness testing.
Tetrault, Ritchie top Canmore triathlon

Tetrault, Ritchie top Canmore triathlon

Myron Tetrault and Margie Ritchie proved why they’re among the best triathletes in the west, blowing past the competition at the fifth annual Canmore Triathlon, Sunday (Aug. 19).
Cohos strike for seven medals at provincial championships

Cohos strike for seven medals at provincial championships

In their best performance in recent history, the Canmore Coho Swim Club brought home seven medals from the Alberta Summer Swimming Association provincial championships, Friday (Aug. 17) in Edmonton.
Bears top Canucks

Bears top Canucks

There are occasions where the game of rugby melds the rhythms of violence and sportsmanship into harmonious expressions of pure athletic prowess. The ball flows effortlessly downfield as the team moves as one perfect unit.
24 Hours of Adrenalin world championships cancelled

24 Hours of Adrenalin world championships cancelled

Lack of funding and participants is being blamed for the cancellation of what was scheduled to be the biggest mountain bike event of the year for Canmore.
Climbers find new indoor home

Climbers find new indoor home

Indoor climbers will have a new home come September. The Canmore Indoor Climbing Society will set up a bouldering gym on Bow Meadow’s Crescent to accommodate athletes before the opening of Elevation Place in December.
Yoho ski trails back on track

Yoho ski trails back on track

Groomed cross-country ski trails in Yoho National Park that were scheduled for closure have survived budget cuts thanks to a new agreement between the park and a handful of community members.
Bow Valley riders rip up TransRockies

Bow Valley riders rip up TransRockies

Jon Firth had one goal this summer: win the hardest mountain bike race in North America.
Ambuehl defies death race

Ambuehl defies death race

Fourteen litres of water, three large Toblerone bars and 15 homemade deer sausages. That’s what 59-year-old Andres Ambuehl of Canmore used to power himself to the finish line at the Canadian Death Race on Saturday (Aug. 4) in Grande Cache.
Kabush defends Xterra title

Kabush defends Xterra title

Danelle Kabush defended her Xterra Canmore Enduro Triathlon crown with ease and Cal Zaryski fended off all challengers, Saturday (Aug. 4) and Sunday (Aug. 5) at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
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