In a long list of high school basketball prospects, there’s perhaps nobody more exciting to watch than London, Ontario’s own, Shaedon Sharpe.
Living with the effects of spina bifida, Bridges’ limited mobility meant he has to use crutches and at times a wheelchair, but that has not stopped him from gaining international notoriety as a powerful hockey player.
CALGARY. Alberta (AP) — The Canadian women’s hockey team will play four male Alberta Junior Hockey League teams as part of its preparation for the Winter Olympics in Beijing in February. Canada will play at the Drumheller Dragons on Oct. 18, the Olds Grizzlies on Oct. 29, and Camrose Kodiaks on Oct. 29 before facing […]
Standing at 4-foot-4, the Canadian Paralympic swimmer has not let her small stature get in the way of her big dreams.
Einarson was in the field of curling more than two decades back. Canada placed in the Women’s National Championship due to her consequent success in curling during the 2020 and 2021 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Alannah Yip, British Columbia’s first woman to compete in sport climbing Olympic sport, couldn’t make it to a podium finish.
Georgia Simmerling, a 32-year-old Canadian multi-sport athlete, has announced her retirement from professional sport. She was Canada’s first Olympian to take part in three different sports items across three different games in 2016.
After a track record of silver medals, Nova Scotia native Blayre Turnbull finally won gold with team Canada at the 2021 IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championships in Calgary, A.B.
The National Sport School which was created in the year 1994 in association with Winsports officially closed in June. The school was formed for athletes having the skill and potential to represent the country in the Olympics as well as in the Paralympics to secure medals for the country.
With the Olympics over, it was time to focus on the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. On Sept. 5, the Paralympic Games came to a close and Brent Lakatos, who won four silver medals including fourth in the marathon, was the flag bearer representing 128 Canadian athletes.