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.
The NHL is once again putting the issue of LGBTQ rights in the spotlight. Throughout February, the NHL, the NHL Players' Association and the You Can Play Project have celebrated "Hockey Is For Everyone" month to support diversity, equality and inclusion in the sport. more »
Following the retirement of Olympic star Roseline Filion, a collection of youngsters is set to bolster an experienced core as the Canadian diving team begins the 2017 season, and a new Olympic quadrennial, on Friday at the Grand Prix opener in Germany. more »
The U.S. ski team, including overall World Cup leader Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn, pulled out of the combined race Friday because of dangerous conditions on the course. The race was postponed for nearly an hour and the start was lowered after three racers all fell at nearly the same point in the super-G part of the race. more »
Germany's Carina Vogt retained her world women's ski jump title Friday in dramatic style as her main rival fell short with the final jump. Vogt's winning score from two jumps was 254.6 points, two points ahead of second-placed Yuki Ito of Japan. more »