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Widmers sprint to double gold

Widmers sprint to double gold

Cooling down after her sprint win at the Callaghan Valley Trials, Heidi Widmer waited in anticipation for her big brother Phil’s race, phone in hand.
Crawford, Jones bronzed in Milan, Italy

Crawford, Jones bronzed in Milan, Italy

The Milan aesthetic is a beacon of haute couture in the global fashion industry, setting trends that resonate from New York to Hong Kong.
Kiwi biathlete back in a big way

Kiwi biathlete back in a big way

Sara Murphy completed the trip from Down Under to top of the podium, winning the Biathlon Alberta Calforex Cup, Sunday (Jan. 8) at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Eagles drop decision to Bobcats as playoff race tightens

Eagles drop decision to Bobcats as playoff race tightens

Again rising to the level of their competition – but not quite rising high enough – the Canmore Eagles dropped a 4-2 decision to the nimble skating, hard hitting Lloydminster Bobcats, Saturday (Jan. 7) at Alex Kaleta arena.
Kershaw enters Tour de Ski record books

Kershaw enters Tour de Ski record books

Canmore national team cross-country skier Devon Kershaw is earning quite the reputation as a bridesmaid. Kershaw made ski history with a fourth-place overall finish in the Tour de Ski, Sunday (Jan.
Smith beats odds as top biathlete

Smith beats odds as top biathlete

Tyson Smith probably shouldn’t have won the men’s 10 kilometre biathlon race on Sunday.
SkiFest's return slated for March

SkiFest's return slated for March

Adventure and endurance racers employ various tricks and mind games to keep their legs moving through the long hours. Staving off pain, fatigue and exhaustion tends to separate the top performers from the rest. Few know that as well as Peter Graul.
Eagles explore trade winds

Eagles explore trade winds

With several 20-year-old players on the roster of an eighth-place team, the Canmore Eagles plan to be active as the AJHL trade deadline approaches on Tuesday (Jan. 10). “We’ll certainly explore some options.
Guay narrowly misses podium, Hudec 23rd

Guay narrowly misses podium, Hudec 23rd

Erik Guay came agonizingly close to his 16th career World Cup podium on the notoriously challenging Bormio downhill Thursday as Canada’s men’s team racked up its third fourth-place finish of the 2011-12 season, while Banff’s Jan Hudec narrowly missed
Kershaw fourth at Tour de Ski halfway point

Kershaw fourth at Tour de Ski halfway point

The 35-kilometre cross-country ski race between Cortina and Toblach, Italy is unlike any on the World Cup circuit.
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