Jordan FontaineJordan Fontaine is an associate producer for CBC Sports, he has been with CBC since 2008. He has worked on many big events including the Beijing Olympics, FIFA World Cup, FIFA Women's World Cup, Alpine Skiing, and Curling. The Ryerson University Radio and Television Arts graduate has been contributing to the Kia Fantasy Tips section, providing guidance for participants in the Hockey Night in Canada Fantasy Pool. Jordan was born and raised in Mississauga and now lives in Toronto. He is an avid follower of fantasy sports with emphasis on NFL, NHL, and MLB.
With NHL training camps in full swing, talk for the next few weeks will shift to each team's top prospects, position battles and how certain established players might fare coming off a disappointing 2016-17 season. more »
Canada's men's sprint story at last month's world track and field championships began with Andre De Grasse injured and ended with the 4x100-metre relay team finishing sixth. Now, heading into a year with no Olympics or world championships, Canada's fastest men are taking a break and slowing down. more »
The Toronto Wolfpack's debut season ended with a promotion to the second tier of English rugby league. But what comes next after a year of lopsided scores, transatlantic road trips and fans in wolf onesies? more »
Erica Wiebe might be looking to add a WWE belt to her gold medal from the Rio 2016 Olympics. The Canadian freestyle wrestler was invited to train at the WWE's Performance Centre in Orlando, Fla., last week after attending a women's wrestling event in Las Vegas. more »