Christian Zelenco, 16-year-old boxer from Ridgeway, ON will be Team’s Flag Bearer

11 July 2017, Athletics Canada today named Glenroy Gilbert to the position of Head Coach, and announced that Simon Nathan will soon begin in the role of High Performance...

Gstaad, Switzerland, July 08, 2017: Canadians Sarah Pavan (Kitchener, ON) and Melissa Humana-Paredes (Toronto) secured their second medal in a week

Canada’s women’s sevens team finished in third place at the Clermont Sevens after beating hosts France 36-7 in the Bronze Final Sunday evening at Stade Gabriel Montpied in...

OTTAWA, ON (June 21, 2017) – Gymnastics Canada (GCG) is pleased to announce that Ian Moss will join our team on June 26th, 2017 as our new High Performance Director.

VICTORIA—The City of Victoria and 94 Forward delivered the ultimate house warming gift to Triathlon Canada in the form of a new National Performance Centre, along with a...

Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) is pleased to announce Year 2 of the Canada Commonwealth Cup, a season long race for points with cash prizes awarded annually to Canada’s top...

CANET-EN-ROUSILLON, France – Only an Olympic champion and world champion were able to beat Canadians Erika Seltenreich- Hodgson and Taylor Ruck on Sunday to conclude the...

Brown celebrates second World Cup podium of the season

 Canada’s sport community has renewed its confidence in Tricia Smith as President of the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC).

Toronto, April 19, 2017 - Canada's Sports Hall of Fame revealed the six Athletes, one Team, and two sport "Builders" who will make up the Class of 2017.

The wait is finally over. Canada are cup champions on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.

Commonwealth Games Canada (CGC) is proud to mark this day with the announcement of 20 time Paralympic swimming medallist Benoit Huot as Assistant Chef de Mission for Team...

 It can be a hard road back after the Olympic Games. Especially if it didn’t go well.  Jennifer Abel was fourth twice at Rio 2016, dashing her ambitions to leave...

Canada’s Joanna Brown had the first champagne shower of her career on the World Cup podium after winning the silver medal on Sunday in New Plymouth, New Zealand.

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