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Photo gallery: The joy of victory at the 2015 Pan Am Games

At the 2015 Pan Am Games, fans from around the world were there to cheer on, and celebrate with, the athletes

A coup De Grasse for Canada’s homegrown sprinter

The Toronto-area sprinter comes through at the Pan Am Games. And he’s just getting started.

After much negativity, Toronto embraces its Games

If you’re grousing about the Pan Am Games, you’re missing out. The pleasure of these Games is that they know what they are

Canadian gold, but not for Paula Findlay

With a ninth-place finish, the 26-year-old triathlete didn’t make the podium—but now she can finally leave London 2012 behind her

The Pan Am Games might even work

Let the dress rehearsal begin! Jonathon Gatehouse on what’s at stake in Toronto

Rosie MacLennan reaches for the top at the Pan Am Games

Trampoline gymnast and Olympic gold medallist Rosie MacLennan has only two gears for competition: tough and tougher

Andre De Grasse: From beginner to winner in just three years

Andre De Grasse took up sprinting only a few years ago. But he heads into the Pan Am Games as one of the world’s fastest men.

Meet the Hoag family, Canada’s volleyball dynasty

For the men and women on Canada’s national teams, volleyball is a ticket to see the world—and earn a good living

Donovan Bailey on the Pan Am Games: A breeding ground for champions

Can the man once known as the world’s fastest athlete help sell Toronto’s fast-approaching Pan Am Games?

Toronto’s traffic time bomb: Is it too late to fix?

The impact of the Pan Am Games is real, even if local interest is low. Can Toronto’s roads handle an event nearly three times bigger than the Winter Olympics?

Pan Am Games, weather stations: If you build it, they will come

A new stadium and convertible pools—as well as 55 weather stations—are almost ready for launch

Toronto votes against heritage designation for grass

Artificial turf to be revisited in 10 years