Rob SinclairRob has covered sports on TV, radio and online since 1985. Prior to joining CBCSports.ca as a senior writer in 2000, he worked as a sportscaster, reporter and host for CBC Television, CBC Radio, TSN The Sports Network, Global Television and The Fan 590.
Pittsburgh forward Phil Kessel had hand surgery July 8 and isn't a lock to suit up Oct. 13 when the Penguins open defence of their Stanley Cup championship against the visiting Washington Capitals. more »
On Tuesday the City of Saskatoon received confirmation from the provincial government approving its official request to have the statue and a small portion of land adjacent to it designated a two-person cemetery. more »
Canada's Sidney Crosby and Patrick Kane of the United States undoubtedly will stand out at next month's World Cup of Hockey. But there are several talented players fans aren't as familiar with that could make an immediate impact. more »
The Rio 2016 Paralympic Games are just over a week away and CBC/Radio-Canada is ready to bring Canadians up close to all of the thrills and emotion of the athletic competition with more than 1,000 hours of available coverage. more »
Colin Kaepernick will get one more chance to impress coach Chip Kelly before the San Francisco 49ers announce their starting quarterback, even as the debate surrounding Kaepernick's refusal to stand for the national anthem remains heated. more »