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'Basketball was life-changing': Canada's Laeticia Amihere finds confidence on court

On the basketball court is where Canada's Laeticia Amihere thrives. Insecure about her height growing up, it was the moment she traded the pitch for the hardwood that she felt like she truly belonged.

'Ultimate win-win': Global impact brings Olympics, cricket back together again

After more than a century and now with an estimated 2.5 billion fans worldwide — cricket is returning to the Olympics. The continued growth of the sport and the very first Major League Cricket season contributed to its inclusion for the 2028 Games in Los Angeles.

Canadian men seek historic 1st berth to T20 cricket World Cup at final qualifier

Canada, along with hosts Bermuda, Cayman Islands and Panama will compete in a double round-robin format from Sept. 30-Oct. 7 with the winner earning the final Americas spot at next year's T20 men's World Cup hosted by the United States and the West Indies.

Winnipeg's Skylar Park working towards Olympic return alongside taekwondo family

Born into a family of 16 black belts, taekwondo runs in the blood of Skylar Park. The Winnipeg native, along with her brothers Taeku and Braven, compete for Canada at the international level, led by their coach and father, Jae.

Canada's Katarina Roxon racing towards 5th Paralympic Games after break from the pool

Katarina Roxon's swimming journey started for safety reasons. Now the Canadian Paralympic champion is racing towards what could be her fifth Games.

Multi-talented Canadian sprinter Jerome Blake eager for more success after triumphs on world stage

Model, actor and world champion. Canada's rising sprint star Jerome Blake thrives in the spotlight. In his Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020, the Kelowna, B.C., native won silver in the 4x100m relay for Canada.

Olympic qualification, relegation on the minds of Canadian 7s teams at Vancouver event

Both the Canadian women's and men's rugby sevens teams aim to turn their seasons around at the HSBC Canada Sevens event that is set to begin Friday at BC Place in Vancouver.

Canada's Wilkie, Arendz capture individual biathlon gold at Para nordic world championship

Canada's Para nordic team added a record-breaking two gold medals and a bronze in the 12.5-kilometre individual race at the world championship event on Friday in Östersund, Sweden.

Natalie Wilkie races to gold for Canada at Para nordic world championship in Sweden

Canada's Natalie Wilkie sprinted to her first Para-nordic world championship title in cross-country skiing with a victory in the women's standing skate-ski sprint race on Tuesday in Östersund, Sweden.

Canadian men's coach John Herdman declares need for better competition following World Cup exit

With the Canadian men now home from their first World Cup appearance since 1986, head coach John Herdman is reflecting on their historic journey, as well as the one yet to come.