Local family shoots and scores, on their unicycles
A ball spins across the pavement as a few boys scramble to retrieve a beat up hockey net, and get it out of the way of an oncoming car. A game of street hockey is a common sight during warm weather, but the Smith family puts their own twist on it.
- By Arielle Berze
First fight controversy hasn't slowed down new MMA promotion
The set up for Steve (Assassin) Fader's first foray into promoting the MMA sport he loved so much had a great start.
He sold just under 1,800 tickets out of the 1,895 person capacity, filling out two-thirds of the Telus Convention Center.
- By DAVID GOLDENSTEIN
Adopt-A-Cougar athlete is one program MRU is depending on to play in the university level
After a decade-long lobby, the Mount Royal Cougars are ditching college sports for university level competition.
When MRU transitions to Canada West (University Athletics Association) next year, the cost to play varsity sports will increase by $500,000.
- By SIBYL BIGLER
Bronze medallist pursues gold medal effort at world championships in Spain
To say Maeghen Cotterill is a busy person would be an understatement.
She’s the mother to her two-year-old son, she manages and teaches at the dojo she owns, she runs a non-profit organization -- and she’s also training for the World Karate and Kickboxing Council World Championships, to be held Nov. 1-5 in Cadiz, Spain.
- By by Trevor Presiloski