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Hudec reflects on career-best season

Hudec reflects on career-best season

A giant chessboard-sized, gold-plated silhouette of a skier mounted on polished granite is awarded to the top World Cup downhill skier in Chamonix, France. The stylized French ski trophy is so bulky, it’s impossible to miss.
Eagles waste no time rebuilding for next season

Eagles waste no time rebuilding for next season

While Banff’s Colton Semenok and his AJHL league champion Brooks Bandits battle the BCHL champion Penticton Vees for the Doyle Cup and a possible berth in the Royal Bank Cup national championship, the Canmore Eagles aren’t waiting around to reload fo
Alberta ski coaches named best in country

Alberta ski coaches named best in country

The Alberta Ski Team’s dynamic coaching duo has finally received some accolades.
Former CCC head coach passes

Former CCC head coach passes

The Canadian cross-country ski community is mourning the loss of former national team coach Inge Braten, who died suddenly in Norway after suffering from a short illness on April 12. He was 63.
Banff skaters take 17 medals at Lethbridge meet

Banff skaters take 17 medals at Lethbridge meet

Nine Banff skaters won 17 medals at the Chinook Invitational in Lethbridge on April 1 to cap off one of the more successful seasons in the Banff Skate Club’s history. “They train really hard. They set goals for themselves and always achieve them.
Bozo celebrated at annual event

Bozo celebrated at annual event

Denim tuxedos, neon colours and crazy duel slalom action punctuated the seventh annual Bozo Cup at Mount Norquay on Saturday (April 7).
National championship icing on Tafel's cake

National championship icing on Tafel's cake

There are few better ways to end a dream season than by winning a national title in your own backyard. Just ask Canmore’s Tristan Tafel.
Arendz second overall in IPC World Cup series

Arendz second overall in IPC World Cup series

Para-biathlete Mark Arendz is Canmore’s man with the silver bullet.
Winter tri champs crowned

Winter tri champs crowned

Amy Gagnon and Mike Vine proved to be the fastest triathletes on snow at the second annual Winter Meltdown triathlon, Saturday (March 31).
Sandau, Marshall slay Mt. Sharkfest

Sandau, Marshall slay Mt. Sharkfest

Ending their season with a high elevation race on wet snow, cross-country skiers are obviously gluttons for punishment. So it’s no surprise two of Canada’s hardest working racers prevailed in such conditions at Mt. Sharkfest on Saturday (March 31).
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