Category: Sports

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Get sporty

by Kelsey Hipkin As you may have read in the features section, Alberta as a province holds a vast and sometimes quirky collection of sights to see. If you’re a sports fan and you feel...

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Striking it big

by Blaine Meller Call it the ultimate opportunity. For Calgarian Nick Ring, the chance to display his talents on the current season of The Ultimate Fighter is just that — an opportunity to showcase his...

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School’s out for summer

by Jamie Witham School is out soon and that means summer leagues and activities are here and they’re filling up fast.  For popular sports like ultimate frisbee and dodgeball, registering early can mean the...

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History repeating

by Blaine Meller There’s an old saying: making history is easy, repeating it is the hard part. Such is the challenge facing the Calgary Vipers. When the Vipers captured the 2009 Golden Baseball League title...

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NCAA Final: Butler falls short against Duke, 61-59

A team of Indiana University journalists is reporting for the Final Four Student News Bureau, a project between IU, National Sports Journalism Center and the NCAA at the men’s tournament in Indianapolis. By DeAntae...

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Women’s hockey takes gold

The Cougars women’s hockey team won their first ACAC Championship in four years, after defeating the NAIT Ooks three games to one. The championship is the fourth overall for the team who won their first title...

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Giving back

by Jamie Witham March 26 was not only an important game for the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse team vying for a playoff spot, but for breast cancer awareness as well. The “Black Out Breast Cancer” event was...

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Confessions of a shredder

by Josh Naud Snowboarding isn’t just about the half-pipe. In fact, there’s a whole other realm of snowboarding that’s been around for ages but is now slowly making its way into the mainstream, especially...

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Farewell to the pow’

by Vanessa Vegter The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and…wait a minute, what happened to my season? It seems as though the snow had finally arrived just in time to say “au...