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.

Canadian beach pair Julie Gordon and Camille Saxton are on a roll. At just their second tournament together earlier this month they won gold at the World Tour event in...

Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) announces that Durban has not met the key criteria to continue as host of the Games

Her Majesty The Queen launches Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton on record long global journey

Canada’s women’s sevens team finished in third place at the USA Sevens after beating hosts USA 31-7 in the bronze final

VICTORIA—After successfully achieving their dreams of competing for Canada in an Olympic triathlon, Canada’s Sarah-Anne Brault, Kirsten Sweetland and Andrew Yorke have...

LOS ANGELES, February 26, 2017 – Team Canada won two medals on the second day of racing at the Track World Cup final in Los Angeles on Saturday.  The Women’s Team...

Team Canada had a strong finish on Sunday at Round 3 of the Track World Cup in Cali, Colombia, with a bronze medal in the Women’s Team Pursuit.  The team also recorded...

Commonwealth Games Canada today announced international sportswear manufacturer Kukri Sports as Team Canada 2018’s official apparel partner for the Gold Coast Commonwealth...

26-year-old aims to earn spot on Commonwealth Games team

Canada’s women’s sevens team has won their third HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series cup title after capturing the Sydney Sevens with a 21-17 win over USA.

Oleksiak and De Grasse earn part of $77,000 purse awarded annually by Commonwealth Games Canada

Swimming Canada is adding yet another internationally renowned coach to its stable of High Performance leaders. Martyn Wilby has accepted the new role of senior coach. This...

Brianne Theisen-Eaton of Humboldt, Sask., today announced her retirement from track and field. You can read her full statement on her website at www.weareeaton.com.  

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