2026 World Cup: What we know (and don't know) about Canada's role as co-host

The world's biggest soccer event is coming to Canada. On Wednesday, Canada, the United States and Mexico won the right to co-host the 2026 FIFA World Cup, which will mark the first time ever that men's World Cup matches will be played in Canada. But how many exactly? Will the Canadian men's national team actually get […]

Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, Katie Vincent take double gold at Canoe Sprint World Cup

A day after combining for a new world record, Canadian paddlers Laurence Vincent-Lapointe and Katie Vincent will leave the Canoe Sprint World Cup in Germany with another gold medal apiece after winning individual events on Sunday. Vincent-Lapointe made her trip to the top of the podium in the A final of the C1 women's 200-metre event in a […]

Canada's Abel double dips with 2 medals on final day of Montreal Diving World Series

Canada’s Jennifer Abel completed her hometown Montreal Diving World Series with a pair of medals on Sunday. Abel, born in Montreal, and partner Francois Imbeau-Dulac, from nearby Saint-Lazare, Que., ran away with gold in the mixed three-metre synchro event after Abel took bronze in the women’s three-metre earlier in the day. The duo scored 325.20 points to top the […]

Canada's Sports Hall of Fame celebrates 3 strong women

In Canada, it is a pivotal time for women in sport. Never has gender equity in this nation’s arenas, swimming pools and playgrounds been a greater priority for both governments and the private sector. The most recent federal budget allocated $ 30 million over the next three years toward the goal of keeping young women […]

Leafs legend Dave Keon, Olympic great Alex Despatie headline Canada's Sports Hall of Fame newcomers

A Hockey Hall of Famer, a four-time Grey Cup champion, a two-time Olympic silver medallist and a six-time Paralympian are among this year’s class of eight inductees to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. Leading the way is Dave Keon, who had a knack for scoring big goals at big moments and won four Stanley Cups with […]

Canada's Kevin Koe completes perfect run to win Players' Championship

Calgary’s Kevin Koe maintained his perfect record en route to capturing the Players’ Championship on Sunday while Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg failed to defend her title on the women’s side. Koe beat Sweden’s Niklas Edin 6-2 for the men’s title in the afternoon before Jones fell 7-2 to American Jamie Sinclair in the evening. It […]

Canada's Brooke Henderson cruises to Lotte Championship victory

Canada’s Brooke Henderson has won the Lotte Championship. The 20-year-old from Smiths Falls, Ont., was 12-under through the tournament to win by four strokes over Spain’s Azahara Munoz. It’s Henderson’s sixth career victory on the LPGA Tour and first win of the year. More to come Let’s block ads! (Why?)

Canada's Taylor Ruck wins 8th medal to equal Commonwealth Games record

Canadian teenage swimmer Taylor Ruck matched the record for most medals won at a single Commonwealth Games by any athlete when she reached the podium for the eighth time in Australia on Tuesday. The record-tying medal came in the women’s 4×100 medley relay on the final day of swimming events. Ruck, 17, anchored teammates Kylie Masse, Kierra […]

Canada's Damian Warner falters in decathlon pole vault at Commonwealth Games

Canadian Damian Warner’s bid to defend his decathlon title at the Commonwealth Games took a nose dive Tuesday when he failed to clear a height in the pole vault. Warner missed three attempts at 4.50 metres, failing to score any points in the event. His personal best is 4.90 metres. The 28-year-old from London, Ont., […]

Taylor Ruck sets record, wins Canada's first gold of Commonwealth Games

Teenage swimmer Taylor Ruck won Canada’s first gold medal of the 2018 Commonwealth Games on Thursday in Australia, setting a new Games record in the women’s 200-metre freestyle, before adding a silver in a relay event. The 17-year-old’s time of 1:54.81 in the 200 free final easily erased the old Commonwealth mark of 1:55.57 set in […]