After a disappointing showing at the Rio Olympics, Rowing Canada is engaging its alumni like never before in hopes of turning things around in time for Tokyo.
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If Olympic athletes can achieve something extraordinary by setting their sights four years ahead and focusing on one clear objective, why can't you? Here are some Olympic-inspired strategies to help you get the best out of 2017.
Four months after her silver medal in Rio, Lindsay Jennerich is back on the water. But not with her doubles partner. As Adam Kreek writes, the grounded confidence of this Canadian rower is now inspiring the next generation of athletes as she moves into a coaching role.
In spite of the negative pre-Games narrative, the Rio Olympics were a successful sports spectacle. The athletes – as always – made the games a success. Even those who came in last place.
How should we handle the Russian doping scandal? CBC Sports' Adam Kreek tells his six suggestions for justice.
Adam Kreek has made a commitment to get outside more. Here are his nine tips on how to get outside during lunch hour.
Why is doping wrong? Why does our rhetoric condemn it? Why should our dollars enforce the rules we make? Olympic gold medallist Adam Kreek offers his take.
If at first you don't succeed, try again — and then try something else. U.K. researcher Tim Rees takes on a popular theory and develops a formula for success among young athletes.
Don't overlook the importance of flexibility when it comes to staying injury free and getting results.
Sports and drinking often go together, whether its enjoying a few beers while watching a game, or celebrating a big win by your hockey team with pints at the local establishment. Follow these five rules to stay in check.