The passing of George "The Animal" Steele at age 79 did not come as a surprise.
It appears that — finally — Georges St. Pierre is returning to the UFC.
Chavo Guerrero Jr. announced today that his father, Chavo Guerrero Sr. -- or Chavo Classic as he was known as in WWE while accompanying his son to the ring -- died from liver cancer on Feb. 11. He was 68.
As a professional athlete, Eugenie Bouchard should know better.
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.
Once again, for another year, Chan is The Man.
Yes, Tessa Virtue really said it.
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.
Shad Gaspard is used to dishing out punishment in the ring.
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 tennis star Eugenie Bouchard is saying 'see ya!' to the frosty Canadian weather in favour of a hot, hot, hot sunny south holiday.
NEW YORK — Conor McGregor entered uncharted territory on Saturday night, becoming the first fighter ever to hold two UFC championships at the same time.
These costumes are either good, bad or just plain scary.
The UFC’s Canadian office was hit by massive layoffs on Wednesday, with an estimated 80% of the Toronto employees being let go.
Canadian pole vaulter Shawn Barber competed at the 2016 Rio Summer Games in spite of testing positive in July for cocaine.
In a revealing interview on The Today Show Tuesday, skiing beauty Lindsey Vonn opened up about her biggest challenge: her own insecurities.
Tennis star Andy Murray claims he once woke up to find a hotel maid stroking his arm.
As Ken Dahl’s trademark backhand blast whizzed past his Swiss opponent, Dahl’s signature backspin landing the ball a couple of millimetres inside the baseline, it took an extra second or two for the 71-year-old to process what had just happened.
Embroiled heavyweight champion Tyson Fury doesn't seem to care about what the critics have to say because he is retired - or maybe not.