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.
The Riders are under fire because there was talk of hiring Greg Hardy, an NFL star facing allegations of domestic violence. In addition, the team has added Justin Cox to the roster. Cox also faced allegations of domestic violence. more »
On July 27, 1996, Canadian sprinter Donovan Bailey powered past the finish line in world-record time at the Atlanta 1996 Olympic Games. It has been 20 years since Canadians exploded in cheers around their televisions to celebrate his golden moment, and the memories came flooding back Wednesday. more »
After dabbling with retirement four years ago, Canadian cyclist Monique Sullivan is ready to leave her mark at the Rio Olympics. Only this time, new partner Kate O’Brien has Sullivan more motivated than at any other point in her career. more »
CBC Sports broadcaster Steve Armitage has stepped down from the network's Olympic broadcast team. Armitage, who was scheduled to provide commentary for swimming and diving, was recently diagnosed with chronic heart problems. more »