A group of young riders with the Greater Victoria Velodrome Association are in their last days of preparation before heading off to Quebec for the Canadian Track Racing Championship March 31 to April 2. Four U17 riders training with the
TORONTO (AP) – Sixteen-year-old Canadian Summer McIntosh set a world record Tuesday night in the women’s 400-metre freestyle. Competed in the Canadian swim trials at the Pan Am Sports Center in Toronto, McIntosh finished in 3 minutes, 56.08 seconds to
Canada coach John Herdman quit when the issue of the men’s and women’s ongoing labor dispute with Canada Soccer surfaced in his pre-match availability Monday ahead of their CONCACAF Nations League clash with Honduras. “I was just wondering, as a
TR FILE PHOTO The Valencia Baryton Project, which features Sioux City native Matthew Baker on his namesake instrument, will perform at the Marshalltown Arts and Civic Center (MACC) Wednesday night. They first visited the community last April.
Sheehan has competed twice in the world trampoline championships. She and Kim Shore, who has appeared before the Status of Women committee and also appeared on Monday, are co-founders of Gymnasts For Change Canada. Sheehan said a national team therapist
Abbotsford wrestlers had great success at the Canadian Wrestling Championships (U19, U17, U15), which took place from March 24 to 26 at the Vancouver Convention Center. Rupinder Johal of Robert Bateman High School defended her title in the women’s U19
Team USA’s Mystique Ro begins her second run during the women’s North American Cup frame race at Mount Van Hoevenberg on Sunday. (Company photo — Parker O’Brien) LAKE PLACID — With bobsled and skeleton season coming to a close, Mystique
An impressive week of action at the Moose Jaw Events Center ideally represents the latest step in the growth of wheelchair curling in Saskatchewan, says the gold medal team Team Saskatchewan hopes that what they accomplished at the Canadian Wheelchair
The talented Canadian Denis Shapovalov has had a slow start to his 2023 season. The left-hander is 6-6 going into his third-round match at the Miami Open presented by Itau and has not won back-to-back matches since the Australian Open.
Haitian migrant Gerson Solay, 28, holds his daughter, Bianca, as he and his family cross into Canada at the unofficial Roxham Road border crossing north of Champlain, NY, on Friday,