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- photos Canadian Olympic team media day
- Canada's top winter athletes joined our CBC Olympics team in Vancouver for Media Day. Check out our photo wall from the event.
- blog Canadian Olympic Team Media Summit
- Relive the action behind the scenes at the Canadian Olympic Team Media Summit in Vancouver, where the country's top winter athletes gathered to meet the press.
- Athletes inspired by Sochi summit
- Skeleton racer Mellisa Hollingsworth of Eckville, Alta., was among many who were inspired by team-building sessions during the Canadian Olympic Committee summit.
- photos Canada's Olympic hopefuls
- A look at a few of Canada's best chances at Winter Olympic gold in Sochi
- Ng Ser Miang enters race for IOC presidency
- There are now two candidates to succeed Jacques Rogge as president of the International Olympic Committee after vice president Ng Ser Miang of Singapore announced Thursday he wants the top job.
- Canadian bobsledder Chris Korol suspended for doping infraction
- Canadian bobsled pilot Chris Korol has been given a 15-month suspension by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport after testing positive for a prohibited anabolic agent.
- Olympic summit prepares Canadian athletes for Sochi video
- Canada's Olympic athletes are in Vancouver for an intensive training session on how to deal with the anticipated pressures of competing in elite events like the Sochi Games.
- Canadian Paralympic Committee names president
- Dr. Gaetan Tardif has been elected as the new president of the Canadian Paralympic Committee. He will take over from David Legg, who held the position for three years.
- NHL has every intention of sending players to Sochi Games
- The NHL is closer to committing its players to next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, pending the approval of team owners and provided other issues can be resolved.
- updated Germany's Thomas Bach wants to succeed Rogge as IOC president
- Thomas Bach became the first member to declare as a candidate for IOC president on Thursday, saying his long experience in the Olympic movement makes him "well prepared" for one of the most powerful jobs in sports.
- Curler John Morris joining Jim Cotter's rink
- John Morris has joined Jim Cotter's rink from Kelowna, B.C., as the team prepares for the Canadian Olympic pre-trial competition in November.
- Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir winding down career
- Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are hoping to end their competitive careers by repeating as Olympic gold medallists in Sochi, Russia, next winter.
- Hockey Canada names women's 1st roster ahead of Sochi
- A total of of 27 players were invited Thursday by Hockey Canada to come to Calgary on Aug. 6 and train full time for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
- Clara Hughes to bike across Canada for mental health
- Clara Hughes is taking her Bell Let's Talk campaign on the road. The six-time Olympian plans to ride her bike coast to coast to talk about mental health with schools and community organizations.
- Take a video cycling tour up the hill that trained Olympian Clara Hughes
- Local competitive cyclist and winner of this year's Paris to Ancaster race Mandy Dreyer takes us on a narrated video climb up Sydenham Hill.
- John Morris quits Kevin Martin's rink
- Kevin Martin is looking for a new vice after he and John Morris announced Wednesday that Morris is quitting the team.
- Larisa Yurkiw dropped from national ski team
- Downhill ski racer Larisa Yurkiw says she is no longer a member of the national ski team, although she still hopes to represent Canada at the Sochi Olympics next year.
- analysis Campbell-Pascall: Canadian women's hockey faces many questions
- With only 10 months until the Sochi Games, Canada's women's hockey team must address a few issues if it hopes to defend the Olympic gold medal, writes Hockey Night in Canada's Cassie Campbell-Pascall.
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