Devin Heroux

CBC reporter

Devin Heroux reports for CBC News and Sports. He is now based in Toronto, after working first for the CBC in Calgary and Saskatoon.

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Marco Arop finding success with adjusted 800-metre race plan after Olympic disappointment

For years Marco Arop's race plan to lead the pack had been mostly successful, until on a sweltering night at Tokyo in his Olympic debut Arop ran out of steam in the final stretch. 

Canadian shot-put star Sarah Mitton basking in the most successful stretch of her career

Standing just five-foot-six, Sarah Mitton isn't the most daunting figure in the shot put circle. But what she lacks in size, she makes up with grit and attitude.
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Breakout in Budapest? Canadian teen swimmer Summer McIntosh ready to shine at world aquatics

There's a noticeable excitement around Swimming Canada as 32 athletes prepare for eight days of competition at the world championships in Budapest, Hungary, beginning Saturday.

Canada's sport minister announces new measures to protect athletes from maltreatment, abuse

In an attempt to combat what Canada's sport minister has called a safe sport crisis in the country, federal Minister of Sport Pascale St-Onge announced Sunday morning a number of new measures to hold sport organizations across the country accountable, with the ultimate goal of protecting athletes from maltreatment and abuse. 

'Something special happening' in Canadian track and field ahead of July's world championships

Having won six medals at the Tokyo Olympics last summer, arguably their best collective performance ever, Canadian track and field athletes are now setting their sights on the upcoming athletics season.
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Canada's swim stars begin next Olympic cycle with trials in Victoria

For the first time in three years, Swimming Canada is holding a full national trials featuring more than 500 swimmers from 131 clubs across Canada. It starts Tuesday at the Saanich Commonwealth Place in Victoria, B.C.

Canadian skaters Bloemen, Fish hope to push each other to top of podium

Speed skating training pals Ted-Jan Bloemen and Graeme Fish have spent the past two years pushing each other to the edge, and it's making them both better because of it. 

Canadian moguls legend Kingsbury had family close to heart in silver-medal performance

For as important ski competition has been for the majority of Mikaël Kingsbury's life, his family has been and will always be the priority. That's why, in preparation to defend his Olympic gold medal on Saturday, he made sure they all knew he was thinking of them. 

Inside the mind of Canada's Mikaël Kingsbury, the greatest moguls skier in history

'I listen to the noise of my skis. It's like a drum solo,' says Mikaël Kingsbury, explaining how he has won more races than anyone else in his sport. And with the Beijing Olympics starting, he doesn't plan to stop now.

Speed skater Blondin handling the pressure better as she pursues 1st Olympic medal

The pressure of the Olympics can rip apart the foundation of even the most grounded athletes, wreaking havoc on years of training and leaving many wondering what might have been. It's something Canadian long track speed skater Ivanie Blondin knows all too well.

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