Craig McMorris realizes that people might write off his little brother when it comes to competing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
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Cross-country skier Alex Harvey is widely known as the “Prince of Quebec” for the wild celebrity he enjoys in his home province.
Long before Brianne Theisen-Eaton became an Olympic heptathlete, the Saskatchewan teen mastered the hurdles on a makeshift track in the gravel alley behind her house in Humboldt.
Hayley Wickenheiser sounded the buzzer on her glorious hockey career Friday after 23 years on the national team capped by four Olympic gold medals.
One of Canada's biggest sports stories of 2017 is set to unfold not on ice or grass, but in council chambers at Calgary City Hall.
Andre De Grasse took an elective called “stress management for healthy living” this semester while finishing up his sociology degree at the University of Southern California.
Canadian pole vaulter Shawn Barber competed at the 2016 Rio Summer Games in spite of testing positive in July for cocaine.
The Olympic movement is on the verge of a watershed moment as the International Olympic Committee seeks legal advice on banning all Russian athletes from the Rio Games.
Own the Podium has set an official goal of 19 medals for Canada and a “stretch” goal of finishing among the top 12 in the overall medal count at the Rio Olympics.
Part II of a three-day series looking at concussions in sports
Rowan Stringer was born with the heart of a caregiver.
Between the haze of late-night feedings and baby bliss, new mom Jayna Hefford has little time to indulge in nostalgia even as the final buzzer sounds on her 17-year hockey career.
Clara Hughes, a six-time Olympic medallist for Canada in speed skating and cycling, shocked the country Sunday night by admitting she tested positive for the banned substance ephedrine back in 1994.