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VanderBeek, Ford to call valley home

VanderBeek, Ford to call valley home

The road to recovery will pass through Canmore for two high profile Canadian athletes who have decided to relocate to the Bow Valley.
Goldsack swaps trails for bright lights

Goldsack swaps trails for bright lights

The final act of Drew Goldsack’s ski career has come to a close, yet the bright lights of Hollywood beckon.
RMCC conquer inaugural road bike series

RMCC conquer inaugural road bike series

Darren Anderson ruled the road while Robin Clegg slayed the time trial as the Rundle Mountain Cycling Club dominated its inaugural home stage race on Saturday and Sunday (July 14-15).
National mountain bike coach scouts Canmore

National mountain bike coach scouts Canmore

Canada’s next Catharine Pendrel or Geoff Kabush could emerge from local trails, according to national mountain bike team development coach Ian Hughes. “Young athletes in Canmore have everything they need to perform.
Bow Valley triathletes battle Osoyoos heat, gruelling course

Bow Valley triathletes battle Osoyoos heat, gruelling course

Canmore’s Jessica Eustace may have discovered a new innovation in multi-sport training: dogs. For more than a year, seven days a week, Eustace has hiked pooches up and down Bow Valley trail systems as the owner of a dog-walking business.
Locals dominate Highwood Gran Fondo

Locals dominate Highwood Gran Fondo

Matthew Jeffries was first across the finish line, but John Firth captured the monarch of the mountain title at the second annual Highwood Gran Fondo on Saturday (July 7).
Cyclists swarm Canmore streets for RMCC stage race

Cyclists swarm Canmore streets for RMCC stage race

The best local road riders will face off against the best Alberta has to offer as part of the first Rundle Mountain Cycling Club stage race in Canmore, this weekend (July 14-15).
United blanks Earl's in early season matchup

United blanks Earl's in early season matchup

Score quickly. Score often. Hold on. The formula is hardly foolproof, however, at the dawn of another Bow Valley Soccer League season, it’s usually enough.
Athletes dominate fun run

Athletes dominate fun run

Where else in this nation does a Canada Day Fun Run attract dozens of prospective Olympians bent on crushing a meandering 8 km course in less than 27 minutes? Only in Canmore, you say? Budding ski star Graeme Killick’s 26:31 8 km run was fast enough
Eagles schedule set for 2012-13 campaign

Eagles schedule set for 2012-13 campaign

With Canada Day out of the way, sports fans can once again focus on what’s truly important to the nation: hockey. The Canmore Eagles unveiled their 2012-2013 schedule, which will include 19 weekend home games.
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