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Who says there's no adventure in retirement?

Who says there's no adventure in retirement?

The title of Bob Fletcher’s soon-to-be-written book is already penned: “Octogenarian Odyssey: Trading the Sofa for a Bicycle Seat.
Elks charge 2022 CFL season with renewed spirit

Elks charge 2022 CFL season with renewed spirit

Edmonton Elks rebuild, with nod to history and long-time fans, but also with an eye to the future
Lac La Biche’s world jiu-jitsu champ and KABZ team go for more medals

Lac La Biche’s world jiu-jitsu champ and KABZ team go for more medals

Coach in Florida, students in Red Deer for tough contests
Beijing Games standout Scott Gow retires from biathlon

Beijing Games standout Scott Gow retires from biathlon

He has been a part of some the biggest moments in Canadian biathlon history, and now, Scott Gow is ending things on a high note.
Hole in ones? Sure, but how about that golf ball collection!

Hole in ones? Sure, but how about that golf ball collection!

Calgary senior enjoys decades of the game and collecting golf balls too
Olympic dreams: Calgary brothers shoot for medals in biathlon

Olympic dreams: Calgary brothers shoot for medals in biathlon

Want to root for the home team at this winter's Olympic Games in Beijing, China? Calgary's Gow brothers are each going for a medal in biathlon, which would mark Canada's first male win in the sport.
Canmore's Kris Mahler golden on home soil in ski cross

Canmore's Kris Mahler golden on home soil in ski cross

Kris Mahler claimed the gold medal in the ski cross world cup event at Nakiska on Saturday (Jan. 15).
Canada's Brittany Hudak starts season on fire with four world cup golds in Canmore

Canada's Brittany Hudak starts season on fire with four world cup golds in Canmore

Canada's Para Nordic skiers had a strong showing on home soil in Canmore
Lac La Biche curler with St. Albert skip on win streak at senior nationals

Lac La Biche curler with St. Albert skip on win streak at senior nationals

Barry Chwedoruk and Team Alberta take 7-0 win streak into Friday games
Airdrie axe throwers amped for second shot at worlds

Airdrie axe throwers amped for second shot at worlds

The Kolomyjas’ foray into the world of competitive axe throwing began in 2016, when they tried the sport for the first time at a birthday party. Five years and thousands of throws later, the couple is excited to represent Airdrie, and local venue Rival Axe Throwing, at worlds for the second time.