Tricia Smith was re-elected as Canadian Olympic Committee president on Saturday.
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When it come to representing Toronto, athletes like Andre De Grasse, Toller Cranston and Fanny “Bobbie” Rosenfeld have all made the city proud, writes CBC Sports host Scott Russell.
It was a jam-packed season of high-performance sport around the world, with Canadians landing on the World Cup podium 147 times, sitting third overall in total medals and gold-medal wins. Here's a look back at the top moments.
Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our show spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world on Saturday at 3 p.m. ET. On this week's program, we feature coverage of the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Gatineau, Que., and the World Synchronized Figure Skating Championships in Colorado.
By refusing to get a deal done that would send the world's best hockey players to the 2018 Olympics, both the NHL and the IOC (again) chose business over the good of sport, writes Scott Russell.
As the IOC moves the goalposts in the 2024 Olympic contest, bid leaders from Los Angeles and Paris head to a campaign event in Denmark on Tuesday unsure of exactly what they are shooting for.
The deal struck by the U.S. women's hockey team for better pay and perks may not have been possible if their Canadian rivals hadn't fought a similar battle nearly two decades ago.
Canadians Sarah Potomak, Laura Stacey, Erin Ambrose and Renata Fast will make their world hockey championship debut Friday when they play the defending champion United States in Plymouth, Mich.
USA Hockey and the women's national team reached a tentative agreement in their wage dispute that will avert a boycott of the upcoming world championships, according to a USA Today report on Tuesday.
Caniggia Elva scored as Canada edged Uzbekistan 1-0 in an under-23 game Saturday in Octavio Zambrano's first game in charge of Canada Soccer's men's national team program.