Cassie Campbell-PascallCanadian women's hockey icon Cassie Campbell-Pascall has been a mainstay with CBC'S Hockey Night in Canada broadcast team as a commentator since 2006, bringing more than 20 years of on-ice hockey experience. During her illustrious career, Campbell took part in three Winter Olympic Games, captaining Canada's women's hockey team to gold in 2002 and 2006, and played in seven IIHF world championships. She retired from competitive hockey in August 2006. Campbell began her broadcast career in 2002 and in October 2006, she made history when she became the first woman to do colour commentary on Hockey Night in Canada, while filling in for veteran Harry Neale.
Quebec has produced 11 of the 15 Olympic medals won by Canadian freestyle athletes since the sport’s inception into the Olympic Games (starting in 1992 with moguls, aerials in 1994 and halfpipe and slopestyle in 2014). It dominance goes back in even further. more »
Ottawa's Mirela Rahneva won the women's skeleton race in St. Moritz in just her fifth World Cup event. Fellow Canadian Elisabeth Vathje finished in fourth, but retained third overall position in the standings. Rahneva's gold bumped her up to fifth in the standings. more »