Tag: Sports

  • News from Foothills Training Services: Wishing Garrett All the Best

    Farewell to Garrett Paiement This month we bid farewell to our current longest standing member, Garrett Paiement. He’s been a member of the dojo for 5 years and was my #1 go to guy for MMA. Our dojo is losing a huge asset and a big part of our family but Garrett is moving on […]

  • Dawgs set attendance record, defeat Millionaires 8-3

    In front of another record Canada Day crowd, the Okotoks Dawgs (11-12) again followed a strong performance from their starting pitcher to defeat the Melville Millionaires (9-13) 8-3. 4769 packed into Seaman Stadium, with both berms filling up 40 minutes before game time. It was another record setting crowd for the Dawgs organization. Chris Sievers […]

  • Bouchard Through To First Grand Slam Final

    Eugenie Bouchard defeated No.3 seed Simona Halep on Thursday to reach her first Grand Slam final. London England, July 3, 2014 – WTA Rising Star Eugenie Bouchard defeated No.3 seed Simona Halep on Thursday to reach her first Grand Slam final. After taking a tight first set, Bouchard then raced into a 5-1 lead in […]

  • Millarville "Run To The Farmers' Market" Half Marathon 2014

    For the third year in a row, Racetrack Road was clogged with hundreds of runners/walkers in the Millarville “Run To The Farmers’ Market” Half Marathon race day, all wending their way from Black Diamond to finish at the 32nd season-opening day of southern Alberta’s largest outdoor market on June 14. With the addition of the […]

  • Beginner’s Guide to the World Cup Soccer Tournament

    By Matt Jones, World Soccer Talk If you aren’t really into soccer, I can’t begin to imagine how strange this time of year must be for you. Whilst the rest of the planet—quite literally—is (watching) the World Cup, here’s your chance to get up to speed on the world’s most watched sports competition. The meeting […]