Jamie Strashin

Reporter

Jamie Strashin is a native Torontonian whose latest stop is the CBC Sports department. Before, he spent 15 years covering everything from city hall to courts and breaking news as a reporter for CBC News. He has also worked in Brandon, Man., and Calgary. Follow him on Twitter @StrashinCBC

Latest from Jamie Strashin

David Bedford out as CEO of Athletics Canada after sexual Twitter exchanges

The CEO of Athletics Canada has agreed to retire after engaging in series of sexually graphic Twitter exchanges over a number of months on his personal account.

Athletics Canada CEO David Bedford facing complaints over Twitter posts

The CEO of Athletics Canada is apologizing for a series of sexually suggestive Twitter exchanges made over a number of months and posted to his personal account.
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Against greatest of odds, Olympics again proved themselves a healing antidote

The Olympics are about watching the culmination of years of hard work and practice play out in real time, with the world watching. They can produce moments of tremendous joy and unimaginable pain. But they are all special, that's why we watch.
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Records, barriers smashed as Canadian track athletes raised the bar in Tokyo

As the lights go out at Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium on Saturday, it marks the end of a remarkable Olympic run for Canadian track and field. Over the course of the week, records were broken, dreams were realized, and barriers once thought unattainable were smashed.
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Andre De Grasse powers Canada to Olympic bronze in men's 4x100m relay

A late surge from Andre De Grasse catapulted his team into the bronze-medal position in men’s 4x100-metre relay, capping off a Friday to remember for Canada.
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Canada's Damian Warner strikes gold in Olympic decathlon

On a steamy night in Tokyo, Damian Warner was as cool as can be, recording the highest score ever in Olympic decathlon on his way to Canada's first gold medal in one of the Games' oldest and most storied events.
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Canada's Damian Warner in gold-medal position after Day 1 of Olympic decathlon

For decathlete Damian Warner, the shift from the chill of a London, Ont., hockey arena to the stifling heat of Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium has been more than smooth. He currently sits atop the field after Day 1 of the decathlon at the Tokyo Olympics.
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Canada's Pavan, Humana-Paredes eliminated in Olympic beach volleyball quarter-finals

What started out as a potentially magical day for Canadian women’s beach volleyball quickly became a nightmare at Tokyo’s Shiokaze Park. Both Canadian pairs lost their quarter-final matches, including the world’s number one pair Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes.
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Andre De Grasse wins bronze medal in Olympic men's 100m

Canada's Andre De Grasse will bring home a bronze medal from the Olympic men's 100-metre final on Sunday in Tokyo.
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Quarter-final spot in limbo for Canadian women's basketball team after loss to Spain

Canada’s fate at the Tokyo Olympic basketball tournament is now out of its hands. Spain beat Canada 76-66 in an early morning game in Japan that it led from start to finish.

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