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Sports & Recreational Facilities Attractions & Entertainment

Sports facilities built for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary are central to the ongoing training of Canadian teams and Olympic hopefuls. Enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, places like the Canmore Nordic Centre (cross-country skiing and biathlon), Canada Olympic Park (ski jumping, ski school, hockey and the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame), and the Olympic Oval (speed skating and still the fastest ice on the planet) are continually improved upon and rank as some of the best facilities in the western world. Every city, town and rural community has sports and recreational facilities for all activities, ages and abilities. Fitness is top of mind in Alberta.

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Castrol Raceway

Nisku, Alberta
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Hosting over 200 racing events annually, from April to October, Castrol Raceway is Canada’s premiere motorsports complex and your go-to for outdoor entertainment. With nationally recognised events, the Raceway has made the leap from regional exposure to a nationally televised motorsport destination.

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Grand Slam Golf Academy

Calgary, Alberta

Grand Slam Golf Academy’s goal is to provide golfers of all ages and all skill levels a place where they can fall in love with the game, fine tune their game for the next season, or work with PGA of Canada Teaching Professionals in designing a personalized training program to help them reach their goals. Offering the most technologically advanced swing training and golf simulation equipment in the world, and providing a family- friendly atmosphere in which to play, Grand Slam Golf Academy is very proud to offer Calgary a premier indoor golf facility in all of Western Canada.

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Northlands Park

Edmonton, Alberta
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Since 1882, Northlands Park Racetrack and Casino has brought the best in horse racing to Edmonton fans. The Park, which is open 362 days of the year, continues to provide world-class live and simulcast horseracing experiences, including the ever-popular Annual Canadian Derby, as well as an array of community events and entertainment experiences. The onsite Colours Restaurant offers a buffet menu that changes weekly and a panoramic view of the races. It’s also the only tiered restaurant in Edmonton.

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Canadian Finals Rodeo

Edmonton, Alberta
2017-11-08 To 2017-11-12 MST

All you have is five days to take in all the action at the Canadian Finals Rodeo. Saddle bronco riders have even less: eight seconds to keep their grip on a high-bucking horse.

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