Carly AgroCarly joined CBC Sports in 2012 as a reporter and host of the daily update desk, filling viewers in on the latest news and highlights. An accomplished club soccer player, the Burlington, Ont., native played goal in the U.S. collegiate ranks before beginning her broadcasting career in 2007 with the NBC affiliate in Baltimore. She has also worked as a local anchor and reporter in Alberta, and for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and remains a big fan of CFL football.
Drake Caggiula and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins each had a goal and an assist as the Edmonton Oilers moved into a three-way tie for first place in the Pacific Division with a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday. more »
By her lofty standards, it was a rough season for Kaillie Humphries. That's why the Canadian bobsleigh star will continue auditioning brakemen until the 11th hour as she prepares to put her Olympic title on the line. more »
Ryan Cochrane essentially saved Canadian swimming after capturing a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and turned into one of the greatest swimmers Canada has ever produced. Now, in a first-person account to CBC Sports, Cochrane details his bittersweet emotions in announcing his retirement. more »
The Toronto Wolfpack defeated the Keighley Cougars 48-21 in Kingston Press League 1 rugby in Keighley, England on Sunday. Playing in their first season, the Wolfpack improved to 3-0 and are currently tied with the Barrow Raiders at the top of the standings. more »