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My son doesn’t play hockey, but he’s experienced the best parts of the game. And what a thrill it’s been to watch.
The most important rule about catching balls and pucks at sporting events is: give it to the kid. Thanks to the San Jose Sharks fan who gave us a night to remember.
I had never known what it was like to watch my son score a goal, and then it happened 3 times in a row. Zacharie got his hat trick, and I got to be that dad.
Is your kid ready to be the next Under Armour star? Apply to be on Team UA Next Canada. Here’s how to make it happen:
It’s the playground where I see my kids perform their greatest feats of sports imagination. “Here comes Charlie, our youngest competitor,” my 7 yr old …
I hate trampolines. Let me count the ways.
Mark’s performance stretch denim means you’re always #ReadyForThis, whether ‘this’ means a night at the symphony, cleaning the garage, or taking 54 flights of stairs.
Eddie The Eagle beamed in his return to Calgary and, once again, inspired a generation to follow their dreams.
Your job as a kids’ soccer coach is to make sure the kids have fun, make friends, learn some skills, and HAVE FUN.
The #BPFamilySkate is a chance for kids and families to get a slice of NHL life by touring a big arena, and skating on the ice. Here’s how our day worked out.
Lesiure sport is something you can enjoy a lot before kids, not so much after, but once they’re older, sporting with your kids is magical. Here’s how I’m getting back into my favorite pasttimes.
British Soccer Camps are a leading North American summer soccer camp for kids, and there are two weeks coming to Calgary this summer.
A couple of hockey nights out with my kids this week have formed a new one-on-one tradition celebrating my Calgary kids and their love of Panthers and Sharks.
Injanation is an American Ninja Warrior inspired gym for athletes, kids, and families in Calgary. Here’s a visit and video tour of the new facility.
Participation ribbons are not very popular these days. People think “we all win something” attitudes are perpetuating a bubble wrapped childhood. Actually, it’s just the opposite.
We all put our kids in sports for different reasons. I’d love for them to be successful at a game, master it and be a star. It’s not happening, so I’ll settle for my sons winning at life.