Team Canada

Katerina Savard stars in Nadia, Butterfly. (Maxime Cormier/Annie Tremblay Communications)

One Canadian swimmer’s journey to the Tokyo Olympics through the film Nadia, Butterfly

Olympic swimmer Katerine Savard hoped to walk the red carpet at the premiere of her film in Cannes, then make her final bid for gold at the summer games in Tokyo. COVID-19 had other plans.
Noora Tulus Emma Nuutinen  Emerance Maschmeyer

Two big wins shake up women’s hockey

A successful holdout by U.S. players was good for the sport. Patriotism aside, so was Finland’s shocking defeat of Canada.
Rugby – Olympics: Day 3

Why Canadian women are dominating in Rio

How scheduling, math and the Penny Oleksiak spark led to hardware for Canada’s female athletes
Paula Findlay

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
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The Pan Am Games might even work

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

What it feels like to play with Canada’s national men’s sledge hockey team

Find out what it’s like to join Canada’s men’s sledge-hockey team on the ice. Experience all the intensity of shooting pucks with these Paralympic gold medallists.

What it feels like to take a penalty kick with Canada’s national women’s soccer team

Could there be anything more stressful than taking a penalty kick when you’re a member of Canada’s national women’s soccer team? This is what it feels like to train for penalty kicks with some of the best soccer players in the world.

What it feels like to row on B.C.’s Elk Lake with Canada’s rowing team

Ever wonder what it’s like to chase your athletic dream as a member of Canada’s rowing team? Hop in the boat and join our top oarswomen Lindsay Jennerich and Patricia Obee as they train for the World Rowing Cup.
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Canada-3 bobsled team crashes

Four-man bobsled team wipes out during the second heat

Men’s hockey: One close call for Canada

Drew Doughty’s goal sets up Canada for Olympic playoff round, but what to do about Crosby?