Nigel Reed


Nigel has spent more than 30 years covering a wide variety of sports in both Canada and Europe. He has worked on multiple Olympic Games and World Cups, specializing in soccer, rugby and golf. In recent years he has broadcast Major League Soccer, Rugby Canada, Toronto Wolfpack and the 2015 Pan Am Games.

Latest from Nigel Reed


Canadian women proving an Olympic 7s medal is an expectation, not a goal

The silver medal earned by Canada's women at the New Zealand Sevens is the first time in nearly three years they have won medals at three consecutive tournaments. As Nigel Reed writes, an Olympic medal in Japan is no longer a dream for this squad. It is becoming an expectation.

Longing for Langford: Canada's annual rugby 7s pilgrimage shelved by pandemic

It is more than a rugby event. It has become the unofficial gateway to spring. To a growing community on Vancouver Island, the Canada Women's Sevens is a celebration of sporting excellence that attracts a global audience of millions. But as Nigel Reed writes, Westhills Stadium stands empty and silent – the fans forced to stay home and forego a much-loved annual event.

Future is bright for Canadian women's rugby 7s squad

All’s well that ended well. After winning bronze in the season-ending tournament in France, while locking up a spot at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Team Canada can start looking to the future. And the future looks bright.

Bronze medal win thrills Vancouver fans at Canada 7s series

Team Canada provided thrills, heartbreak, and eventually a bronze medal at the HSBC Canada Sevens Rugby tournament.

Canadian scoring milestones possible as Vancouver hosts rugby 7s tournament

In its fifth year as part of the World Sevens Series, the Canadian leg has quickly become a favourite for players and fans alike.

Canadian men fail audition in Los Angeles ahead of Vancouver 7s

For some it was an Olympic audition; for others it was a dress rehearsal for Vancouver. For all it was a real chance to make a tangible impression at the USA Sevens but Team Canada failed to deliver when it really mattered.

Canadian men's 7s team get big addition as they prepare to battle in L.A.

The HSBC Men's World Rugby Sevens land in California this weekend and, as Nigel Reed writes, it may prove to be a positive showcase for the Canadian men. They find themselves in a preliminary pool with a real chance to advance to the Cup quarter-finals. In addition, a key member of the squad is making his comeback in L.A.

It's déjà vu all over again for Canadian women's team at Sydney 7s

For the second week running, the Canadian women’s rugby sevens team was second best to New Zealand in the Cup final of a World Sevens tournament. As Nigel Reed writes, there is a silver lining – as Canada hopped onto the podium for the fourth straight tournament, surely the mark of a team demonstrating consistency. 

Simply the best: Christine Sinclair's goal-scoring record merely adds to her career of accomplishment

Christine Sinclair's contribution to her team can be measured in goals and assists. Her contribution to the popularity of the sport and growing the game across Canada is immeasurable. There are many parts of the world where women's soccer remains an afterthought. Not in Canada.

Christmas comes early for Canadian women's side at Cape Town 7s

Christmas came early for Team Canada. A second podium finish in as many weeks. Another strong finish after a mid tournament wobble. More invaluable lessons learned on the road to Tokyo 2020. What's not to love?