Malcolm KellyMalcolm Kelly is a 33 year sports and news journalist who has covered all of the major pro and amateur sports in Canada through a career that has included newspaper, internet and broadcast experience. He is a best-selling author and the founder of a graduate sports journalism program at one of the nation's leading colleges. His favourite number is 28.
Lauren Mann's journey to the Scotties was interrupted by the sudden death of her brother Adam. A year later, she finds herself playing for a Canadian curling title in the same city where the organ donor's heart beats on. more »
He came within millimetres of losing his life. Now, in a first-person account to CBC Sports, Canadian cyclist Hugo Barrette opens up about the accident that almost killed during a World Cup training session in 2015, and the surprisingly quick recover that has him back and competing. more »
It took an extra end, but Rachel Homan's team was the first into the playoffs at the Canadian women's curling championship. The Ottawa Curling Club foursome edged provincial rival Krista McCarville of Northern Ontario 7-6 to get to nine wins without a loss Wednesday. more »