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Mud marks Iron Maiden race

Mud marks Iron Maiden race

Miserable mud-caked faces frozen in various stages of anguish characterized the 2012 Iron Maiden.
Trail restrictions enforced

Trail restrictions enforced

Conservation Officers are warning the public to respect travel restrictions on the benchland between Cougar Creek and Harvie Heights in order to give animals space as they move through local wildlife corridors.
Local dancers take steps to new heights

Local dancers take steps to new heights

When she was younger, Kristen Joy-Correl dreamed of being a ballerina. As one of four senior dancers at Canmore’s Terpsichore Dance studio to have achieved her Royal Academy of Dance Classical Ballet Grade 8 award, Joy-Correl has earned her tutu.
Cross-country skiers on a roll

Cross-country skiers on a roll

Even with her powerful quadriceps firing with excellent efficiency, biathlete Zina Kocher isn’t going anywhere.
Crusaders conquer zone championship

Crusaders conquer zone championship

You could tell from the smile on his face. Minutes after scoring the high school zone championship-winning goal, Paolo DeSoto’s smile was ear to ear at Millennium Field, Friday (June 8).
Bears pull off zone championship three-peat

Bears pull off zone championship three-peat

To win a zone high school championship is bliss. To repeat is divine. But three wins in a row? That’s dynasty territory. For the third year in a row, the Banff Community High School boys rugby team has been crowned zone champions.
Kananaskiker brings the pain

Kananaskiker brings the pain

Graham Torrie and Margie Smith came out on top of the annual Kananaskiker mountain bike race on Sunday (June 3), at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Three judokas ready for nationals

Three judokas ready for nationals

The Bow Valley’s small but mighty Judo club has produced a handful of potential national champions. MacKenzie Morgan, Erin Morgan and Laure Wanlin have all earned a shot to win the Canadian national judo championship title in Toronto on July 5.
Derby rolls out in Canmore

Derby rolls out in Canmore

Fishnet-clad gladiators hurl jaw-shattering blows onto marked women, pummeling opponents onto the cold pavement below. Welcome to the world of Bow Valley Roller Derby, which officially launched Saturday (June 2) at the Canmore Rec Centre.
CNC site of national qualifier

CNC site of national qualifier

Compass and map in hand, the nation’s top orienteering racers navigated their way to Canmore for two days of top competition, last weekend.
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