Greg FrersGreg played in the Canadian Football League as an all-star safety for 10 years, and was a two-time Grey Cup champion with the Calgary Stampeders. He retired from the CFL after the 2002 season, and later joined CBC Sports as a football analyst. Greg currently lives in Vancouver with his wife Lisa and their three boys.
Little girls often don't like to share daddy-daughter time, but that's not the case when Andrew Harris is out with nine-year-old Hazel. When fans come up to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers running back to say hello or get his autograph, his daughter gets a kick out of the attention. more »
Everyone seems to love the triathlon at the Olympics, but the sport can struggle to maintain momentum during the four years in between. A new, team-based competition hopes to change that, with the help of a Canadian legend. more »
Manchester United gave its grieving home city a moment to cheer by winning the Europa League by beating Ajax 2-0 in the final. The game was played two days after 22 people were killed in a bomb attack at a concert in Manchester. more »
When Lizanne Murphy retired from the Canadian women's basketball team two weeks ago, her emotions poured out. In her first-person piece to CBC Sports, Murphy reveals that playing for Canada wasn't just winning, it was the relationships she built with her teammates which mattered most. more »
Ryan Goins hit his first career grand slam, and the Toronto Blue Jays teed off with four homers against the Milwaukee Brewers in an 8-4 win. The Blue Jays swept the two-game interleague series and wrapped up a seven-game road trip with three straight wins. more »