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Team Canada, aiming to win the most Olympic medals in Sochi, has plenty of athletes who aren't being counted on for glory. But there will be surprises, and there's nothing better than watching a plucky underdog take out the favourite. Here are a few
Tennis and swimming told to improve their game Six sports that were told to make improvements before receiving further funding have been given money by Sport England. Tennis, swimming, squash, fencing, basketball and table tennis have been granted
Video Olympics Sochi An announcement is set for Thursday morning in Toronto. Based on recent trends, the money going to OTP for the four years between 2014 and 2018 could be roughly $30-million. While the additional corporate money bolsters the
Story Video The 29-year-old saw two options ahead of her: retire or resume training with the national team when they returned to Canada. Crawford believed neither would get back on top of the Olympic podium where she'd stood in Turin, Italy in 2006.
Story And with that confirmation, the COC will begin a new phase. With the fundraising machinery solidly in place, the plan is to use the money to empower the athletes and their sports. In quick order, the COC will announce a $10-million investment
Photo Save to mystar Team Canada's 2020 wheelchair basketball gold medallists will be nurtured in Toronto. It's the hope of an ambitious new year-round training academy by Wheelchair Basketball Canada , hailed as the only one of its kind in the world.
Ont The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, Feb. 26 2013, 2:38 PM EST Last updated Tuesday, Feb. 26 2013, 3:24 PM EST Priscilla Lopes-Schliep twirls around the kitchen to a thumping J-Lo song, balancing her daughter Nataliya on one hip. The little
Canada East took gold, and bronze went to Canada West. And on behalf of Russia, France and the U.S., Canadians earned fourth, fifth, and sixth spots, too. Such is the state of the sport of ringette, where Finland and Canada have robust programs from
Canada's Christine Sinclair celebrates scoring a third goal past the USA with her coach John Herdman in the women's semi-final soccer match against at the London 2012 Olympic Games at Old Trafford in Manchester, August 6, 2012. Reuters Year in Review
This is just a taste of the utter garbage that has filled my ears as of late...Cyclists are coming out of the woodwork at the moment big name athletes admitting to doping. I use the term admitting' loosely, as in reality they have been caught and