With Grey Cup two weeks away, it’s time for that overused sports cliché: “Coaches are hired to be fired”. While Edmonton’s Kavis Reed has been sacked, Tim Burke’s fate still hangs in the balance.
While our athletes get to wear clothing made in Canada, all of the souvenir shirts, sweaters and hats that Canadians love to wear to show support for our competitors will be made overseas, mostly in China.
Canadians traveling to Mexico usually get there by hopping on a plane for a few hours. Not so for three Winnipeggers who traveled by canoe instead, taking six months to complete their incredible journey.
What happens when you take a bike designed to go fast over flat, level ground, and race it on dirt, gravel, and even pavement? You get the latest craze in two wheeled sports — Cyclocross.
As the two best teams in baseball battle in the World Series, one reflects on how this simple, beautiful game has become a big business of staggering proportions.
The NHL season is just a few days old, and already a serious injury caused by a fight reignites a debate that has dogged the sport for years. To fight or not to fight? That is the question.
With wrestling back in the Olympics for now, the sport has made several rule changes that have improved the matches considerably. For the sport to maintain it’s status, it will need to continue evolving.
Hard as it is to believe, there was a time when football players could make more money in Canada than they could in places like New York and Chicago.
Over the past year, I’ve heard so many stories in my ventures through broadcast journalism. Sometimes you go in thinking you are going to hear one story, and leave hearing so much more.
The second annual running of the Dirty Donkey saw a 50% increase over last year despite it being a race through a hilly course in wet sloppy mud, where you crawl under barbed wire, through tunnels and climb over and under obstacles.