In sport there is no better way to learn than through experience.
It did not matter that the Ole Uffda Loppet followed one of the biggest cross-country ski races on the calendar. It did not matter that their field was further reduced by a number of skiers competing at the Alberta Winter Games in Fort McMurray. All that mattered was that it was able to go for the first time in three years.
Clippers 3, Vikings 1
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women's volleyball team is hoping they have rounded into provincial form.
Don't look now but the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men's volleyball team is the hottest in their division.
Few people were happier about the snow last week than University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings biathlon coach Lowell Niven.
A lifetime of swimming will come to an apex this summer for Douglas Bailey.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women's volleyball team May want to re-set their alarms an hour earlier.
The University of Alberta-Augustana will be shining a bright light on mental health issues this weekend at their sporting events.
Biathlon is a sport that combines the intense physical exertion of skiing, along with fine control and the stability associated with shooting. This extreme sport is coming to Camrose this weekend.
A one-month break from action did little to soften Stephen Leggett's feeling about his team's performance in the first semester of the men's volleyball season.
The last time Lowell Niven skied the cross-country course near Fort McMurray was 26 years ago when they last hosted the Alberta Winter Games.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women’s volleyball team just needs to learn how to close out a match.
Layton Green may be from a farm outside of Meeting Creek — population 39 — but over the course of the next week, he will be looking to conquer the rodeo world.
The future is bright for the University of Alberta- Augustana Vikings men’s volleyball.
Even when Joedy Dalke was not as his best, he still found a way to help lead the University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings into a top five finish in the country.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings women’s volleyball team is trying not to let this past weekend’s performance shake them too badly.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings are heading to the cross-country national championships as the No. 6 ranked men’s team in the country.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Vikings men’s volleyball team reloaded this summer with the intent to take a step forward, not backward.