Mike HarrisA relatively unknown skip when he stunned a star-studded field at the 1998 Canadian Olympic curling trials, Harris went on to capture a silver medal at the Nagano Games. Still a regular on the cash spiel circuit, Harris now makes his living as a golf pro in Ontario and moonlights as an analyst on CBC's broadcasts of the Grand Slam of Curling series.
Brad Gushue’s injury odyssey began with the now infamous face plant on the ice 14 months ago at the Grand Slam of Curling Masters. In his first-person account to CBC Sports, the St. John's skip discusses his journey back to the rink, and the pressure he'll face of playing at the Brier in his hometown. more »
After missing eight events this season with an ongoing hip/groin injury, Brad Gushue defeated Sweden's Niklas Edin 8-3 Sunday to win the Canadian Open and collect his seventh career Grand Slam of Curling title. more »
Quebec has produced 11 of the 15 Olympic medals won by Canadian freestyle athletes since the sport’s inception into the Olympic Games (starting in 1992 with moguls, aerials in 1994 and halfpipe and slopestyle in 2014). It dominance goes back in even further. more »
Figure skating analyst Pj Kwong previews all four events at the Canadian championships, where one thing hasn't changed in more than a century: it's still about rising to the occasion on competition day. more »
On Friday morning, the whistle will blow on the Barack Obama presidency when the title of POTUS is officially transferred to incoming U.S. commander in chief Donald Trump. An avid sports enthusiast, Obama may just go down as one of the sportiest presidents in American history. more »