Douglas Gelevan

Douglas Gelevan, a national award-winning sports journalist, has been a member of the CBC team since 2010. He is currently the sports journalist for CBC News Montreal.

Latest from Douglas Gelevan

Subban-Weber trade revisited: Who is winning the deal now?

There's a different vibe in Montreal as P.K. Subban and the New Jersey Devils arrive to play the Canadiens on Saturday night. With Shea Weber and the Habs playing well, there is less angst about the 2016 trade of the fan favourite.
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Thierry Henry hire is a gamble worth taking for the Montreal Impact

Thierry Henry is as big of a name as there is in soccer. During his playing days, he netted goals for some of the world’s premiere clubs, including Arsenal and Barcelona.
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Kim Boutin thought about retiring, but she's back — and skating faster than ever

With three Olympic medals in her trophy case, the speed skater was considering retirement. But she decided to keep training and is now setting world records.
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Vernon Adams Jr.'s breakout season leads Alouettes back to the CFL playoffs

His CFL career has been defined by his determination. When the season began, Adams wasn’t exactly Plan A for the Alouettes.

Jonathan Drouin growing into the local star Canadiens fans crave

Things are going well to start this season for Canadiens forward Jonathan Drouin, but it hasn't been all flowers and standing ovations since he was traded to Montreal two years ago.

The Montreal Impact missed the mark (again) in 2019. So what's next?

The team missed the MLS playoffs for a third consecutive season and now the roster is due for an overhaul.
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Tomas Tatar's journey from the other man in the Pacioretty trade to fan favourite

Tatar begins his second season in Montreal after reaching a career high 58 points in year one.

Shamit Shome: The Montreal Impact's renaissance man

Shamit Shome is a senior in university on track for an engineering degree while also playing professional soccer for the Montreal Impact.
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Aleksandra Wozniak takes her place among the Rogers Cup legends

On Tuesday, at the Rogers Cup, Wozniak will be honoured by Tennis Canada and tournament organizers as they hold a ceremony on centre court to officially induct her into their hall of fame. 

Joseph Polossifakis takes a second stab at Olympic glory

The fencer's road to Tokyo 2020 starts with the advantage of competing in front of his supporters this week at the Senior Pan American Championships in Toronto.

Antonio Pipkin has his chance to lead as Alouettes begin season

Antonio Pipkin could have walked away from football many times before he ascended to the role of starting quarterback of the Montreal Alouettes.

Montreal Royal spearheads the rise of ultimate in Quebec

"We've got a loud and very fantastic crowd. They're here to cheer for the team. Between 1,500 to 2,000 come to the home opener every year."

Raphaëlle Tousignant: A pioneer in sledge hockey

Raphaëlle Tousignant, 16, is among the first women in Canada to earn a tryout with the men's national sledge hockey program.

Rory MacDonald grows into a mixed martial arts champion in Montreal

For years, Rory MacDonald trained in the shadow of greats like Georges St-Pierre. Now, at 29, MacDonald has carved out his own space. 

Back from the brink: Impact defender Daniel Lovitz sticks with soccer and thrives in Montreal

Just as he was seriously considering moving on from professional soccer, the Montreal Impact came knocking and offered Daniel Lovitz's career a lifeline.