Skip to content

Local Sports

Eagles shut out in season home opener

Eagles shut out in season home opener

Under the pomp and circumstance of their AJHL home opener, complete with flashy spotlights, tailgate barbecues and Calgary Flames-style introductions to the strains of “Rock you Like a Hurricane,” the Canmore Eagles pulled out their best whiz bangers
Eagles drop two before home opener

Eagles drop two before home opener

The Canmore Eagles dropped back-to-back games against the Camrose Kodiaks to open the Alberta Junior Hockey League season last weekend. Camrose downed the Eagles 5-1 and 3-0 on subsequent nights, Friday and Saturday (Sept.
Perfect conditions for Subaru Banff triathlon

Perfect conditions for Subaru Banff triathlon

Paul Regensburg couldn’t have asked for better weather. A director with Life Support Coaching and Events, Regensburg is a former Olympic coach who was in Banff on Saturday (Sept. 10) to oversee the second annual Subaru Western Triathlon.
Sun scorches Alberta summer biathlon event

Sun scorches Alberta summer biathlon event

Alberta biathletes baked under an intense sun during the first roller ski biathlon race of the season, last weekend (Sept. 10-11) at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
Banff Rugby earns playoff birth with big win

Banff Rugby earns playoff birth with big win

With a 37-10 home victory over Lethbridge on Saturday (Sept. 10), the Banff Rugby Football Club has secured a place in the Calgary Rugby Union Division 2 playoffs. Banff started strong by scoring 25 unanswered points in the first half.
CAUSE Canada run keeps it green

CAUSE Canada run keeps it green

To combat poverty in Guatemala, Sierra Leone and Honduras, the 16th annual CAUSE Canada Rocky Mountain Half Marathon hits the streets of Canmore on Sunday (Sept. 11).
KidSport offers Adopt An Athlete program in valley

KidSport offers Adopt An Athlete program in valley

Dasha Gaiazova knows the power of kindness. As a fledging 15-year-old cross-country skier new to Montreal, Gaiazova did not have the luxury of fast skis or a big budget.
Balharry bounds onto national team

Balharry bounds onto national team

Canada is set to announce its first-ever national slopestyle snowboard team and Canmore’s Rob Balharry’s name will be on it.
Ski patrol seeks new volunteers

Ski patrol seeks new volunteers

With summer winding down, fall just around the corner and winter on the horizon, the Canadian Ski Patrol System (CSPS) is looking to bolster its volunteer ranks and the Calgary Zone is making special efforts to engage Bow Valley residents for the upc
Eagles work to solidify AJHL roster

Eagles work to solidify AJHL roster

With the Canmore Eagles’ season opener rapidly approaching, the local Alberta Junior Hockey League operation is in a state of flux as local and out-of-town talent is evaluated.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks