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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.

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Recent Work by Jordan

Alberta's restrictions don’t affect local school sports – for now

Alberta's restrictions don’t affect local school sports – for now

September has been busy for students returning to sports.
Wolverines blow out Falcons for first win in two years

Wolverines blow out Falcons for first win in two years

The Canmore Wolverines soccer girls offensive was on fire to kick off the season.
Canmore Half Marathon returns with 25th anniversary

Canmore Half Marathon returns with 25th anniversary

The Canmore Rocky Mountain Half Marathon, 10 km and 5 km is celebrating its return from COVID-19 in style.
Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff's Maddie MacPherson takes on Saskatchewan’s Charlene Clarke this Saturday.
Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

“Everyone has pitched up wages, but it doesn’t matter what you pay; there’s nobody to take the job."
Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

Bow Valley misses international workers during staff shortage crunch

“Everyone has pitched up wages, but it doesn’t matter what you pay; there’s nobody to take the job."
Promising Canmore mountain bikers medal at Canada Cup

Promising Canmore mountain bikers medal at Canada Cup

Canmore's Eva Poidevin and Logan Sadesky brought back some hardware from last weekend's Canada Cup.
Canmore bike group tentatively agrees to host international race in 2023

Canmore bike group tentatively agrees to host international race in 2023

International competitions at the Canmore Nordic Centre are mostly limited to skiing and biathlon, but it could see more world-class mountain bikers on the trails in the next few years.
Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff Muay Thai fighter looks to stay undefeated in Canadian debut

Banff's Maddie MacPherson takes on Saskatchewan’s Charlene Clarke this Saturday.
School sports given OK to return to Bow Valley

School sports given OK to return to Bow Valley

"I’m really thrilled football is back and I'm really thrilled to be back out here because it's been too long."