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Jordan Small

Jordan Small

Jordan Small joined the Outlook in 2014 and covers the vast world of sports in the Bow Valley. A Barrie, Ont. native, he also wrote for RMO's Mountain Guide section and the MD of Bighorn beat. He previously wrote for the Cold Lake Sun and Top MMA News. Prior to Jordan's career in journalism, he was the event coordinator for the Score Fighting Series, a defunct mixed martial arts promotion based out of Toronto.

Recent Work by Jordan

Woman killed in Canmore in hit-and-run on Highway 1

Woman killed in Canmore in hit-and-run on Highway 1

A 20-year-old woman was killed in a hit and run on the Trans-Canada Highway near Canmore.
Canmore MMA fighter wants to put on show to remember

Canmore MMA fighter wants to put on show to remember

A Canmore fighter says he is going to be "throwing bombs" at the Unified MMA 44 event May 6 at 7 Chiefs Sportsplex on Tsuut'ina First Nation.
Canmore athletes throw first pitches at Toronto Blue Jays' series opener

Canmore athletes throw first pitches at Toronto Blue Jays' series opener

Natalie Wilkie, a seven-time Paralympic medallist, and Sarah Nurse, Beijing Olympic gold medallist in hockey, threw the ceremonial first pitches at the sold-out Rogers Centre at the Blue Jays series opener.
Canmore athletes speak about competing in the Olympics amidst the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Canmore athletes speak about competing in the Olympics amidst the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Some Alberta Olympic share their thoughts or opinions on what it's like competing amid a world conflict.
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.
U15 Canmore Eagles hold off Springbank Rockies to win provincial championship

U15 Canmore Eagles hold off Springbank Rockies to win provincial championship

The U15 Canmore Eagles are provincial champions.
Sniper Mark Arendz breaks down gold medal shooting duel at Paralympics

Sniper Mark Arendz breaks down gold medal shooting duel at Paralympics

“I didn’t quite feel I had the strength to go multiple times, so essentially I had one chance and I had to do it.”
Canadian Para Nordic skier Brittany Hudak on Beijing medals, emotional roller coaster, and T-shirt-mania

Canadian Para Nordic skier Brittany Hudak on Beijing medals, emotional roller coaster, and T-shirt-mania

“If I shot clean I would have been in the running for a gold medal, and that’s really what I’m after: just having that race that is, I guess, what is an excellent day for me."
Skier Natalie Wilkie stands out at Paralympics again with four medals

Skier Natalie Wilkie stands out at Paralympics again with four medals

“I was pretty nervous coming into these Games. I set the bar pretty high in PyeongChang and I was wondering how I would be able to top that. I think I definitely topped it: two gold, one silver, one bronze. I’m pretty proud of how my Games went.”
86-year-old Alberta skier recovering from broken back competes at Masters World Cup in Canmore

86-year-old Alberta skier recovering from broken back competes at Masters World Cup in Canmore

On March 11, 86-year-old skier Bill Hamilton showed up at the Canmore Nordic Centre, with a walking cane in hand, determined to race.