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.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats signed international running back Nic Grigsby on Tuesday. The five-foot-11, 195-pound Grigsby started 14 games this season for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, rushing for 744 yards and eight TDs while adding 55 catches for 444 yards and a touchdown. more »
Jon Cornish ran nine yards for a touchdown with 1:25 remaining to ensure the Calgary Stampeders clinched first place in the CFL West Division with a 33-23 win Saturday over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. more »
With their season opener coming two days before Halloween, Wednesday, October 29 as they host the Atlanta Hawks, the Toronto Raptors hope to pick up where they left off last season in terms of pleasing and entertaining their fans. more »
Badminton is among the world's most-played sports, and the brightest Canadian light is 22-year-old Michelle Li, who's making a name for herself on the global scene and winning fans back home, writes Scott Russell. more »
Before the first pitch was thrown in the World Series, Sports Gods took the opportunity to highlight the good fortune America's past-time has experienced of late, compared to the misfortune faced by the No. 1 sport in the U.S. more »