Eagles suffer pair of losses on northern road trip
Despite team leader Andy Hyvarinen potting six goals and Justin Gvora finally playing to his offensive potential by lighting the lamp in all three contests, the Canmore Eagles were able to muster just a single win from their three-game steel wheels tour of the north. (Nov 14 2007)
Gray makes development team
Thirteen-year-old Jane Gray of Canmore has skated herself onto Alberta's Junior Development Team following a seventh-place result in the pre-novice women's category at the BMO Skate Canada Sectionals in Red Deer over the long weekend (Nov. 8-11). (Nov 14 2007)
Stutz tops FIS indoor races
Paul Stutz was determined to commence the 2007-08 World Cup ski season on a high note. (Nov 14 2007)
Hudec pumped for home race
The Bombardier Lake Louise Winterstart World Cup event is looming and Jan Hudec, one of numerous Bow Valley participants about to compete in front of the hometown fans later this month, is having trouble holding back his excitement. (Nov 14 2007)
$20,000 up for grabs at CP Rail Jam
You know the winter season is upon us when Banff Avenue transforms into a giant skier and rider's playground.
Organizers of the fourth annual CP Rail Jam Weekend are energetically in the midst of preparing to ensure that this year's two-day competition, which is slated for Nov. 30 and Dec.1, is the finest yet. (Nov 14 2007)
Canadian women execute Czech start with a Canadian 'pinish'
As soon as their plane landed in Islamabad, Pakistan on Sept. 12, Lilla Molnar and Jen Olson prepared themselves for an adventure. (Nov 14 2007)
Sled Dog Classic cancelled
It appears the Canmore Sled Dog Races have made their final howl.
With not enough interest shown to support the town's annual dog classic, the Alberta International Sled Dog Association (AISDA) has been forced to cancel the 2008 races, and it now seems the 2009 competition could be annulled as well. (Nov 14 2007)