Over The Line, a weekly sports web show produced by Postmedia, is back with another episode.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC have put together a decent July — losing once through five Major League Soccer matches.
“Has the whole world gone crazy? Am I the only one who cares about the rules?” — Walter Sobchak in The Big Lebowski
TORONTO — Novak Djokovic didn't watch it.
TORONTO — Connor McDavid would embrace the opportunity to serve as captain of the Edmonton Oilers.
TORONTO — Starter J.A. Happ gave the Blue Jays six hardscrabble innings in picking up his 13th victory of the season in a 2-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners at the Rogers Centre on Sunday.
MMASucka.com reported over the weekend that Port Coquitlam’s Jeremy “JBC” Kennedy (8-0) is finally getting his shot in a UFC Octagon.
The fans came to see Marco Estrada. They left impressed with James Paxton.
TORONTO — Milos Raonic could face two other Canadians on his way to the semifinals of the Rogers Cup.
It was not the most successful road trip the Blue Jays have experienced but this past week in Oakland and Phoenix provided a lot more to like than not to like about this team’s immediate future.
Leaf Nation can relax, Auston Matthews is officially in the fold.
OAKVILLE, Ont. — Ladies and gentlemen, meet long-hitting Luke List.
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.
Other than a professional soccer team based in Vancouver, Canada and playing in Major League Soccer, who exactly are Vancouver Whitecaps FC?
It’s not difficult to dash off the list of Canadian medal winners in team sports at the Summer Olympics over the past 80 years.
Here is everything you need to know about the market leading up to baseball's annual non-waiver trade deadline:
Henrik Stenson outduelled Phil Mickelson during a historic Sunday of golf to win the 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon, Scotland in what many are calling the finest final round ever played in a major — saving what is traditionally the slowest sports week in the calendar year.
If you’ve ever looked at a banned substances list, it’s massive, detailed and — in some ways — unfair. Athletes have been popped for tainted supplements (it does happen) or even something as simple as testing positive for ingredients found in the food they ate while on vacation overseas. True story.