The Calgary Journal
The Calgary Journal

Sports

Early results suggest respect for players, coaches and officials 'primarily positive'thumb player1

One year ago, Hockey Calgary implemented the Respect in Sport program, and made it a requirement that one parent from each family, and the coaches of each team, complete an online course. The course is to empower parents to ensure the safety of their children, encourage positive and effective communication, and to enhance a child's fun according to the Hockey Calgary website.

Calgary became the first community in Canada to make the course mandatory.

International tournament offers $5,000 in prize money

thumb hotchickWarriors from around the world gathered in Calgary to test their skills against each other on the ring at the second annual Canada Cup.

The Canada Cup is Canada's largest tournament of fighting-based video games.

 

Bishop O'Byrne upsets Notre Dame to win first Division 1 championship

thumb IMG_4502The Division 1 high school football season finally reached its climax this weekend as the Bishop O'Byrne Bobcats upset the undefeated Notre Dame Pride in the City Finals.

Notre Dame and Bishop O'Byrne to face off for the third straight year

thumb NotreDameCelebrateAfter seven weeks of blood, sweat and grueling competition, the high school football Division 1 City Finals are finally approaching.

On Nov. 12, for the third time in as many years, the final game of the 2011 season will be determined between the Notre Dame Pride and the Bishop O'Byrne Bobcats.