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Soccer North: Underdog Canada ready to stun top-level competition in FIFA World Cup
Canada's only World Cup appearance in 1986 finished with zero goals scored and three losses in three games. But head coach John Herdman tells Soccer North that 2022 is a huge opportunity for the men's national team to continue to make history following an unprecedented unbeaten run in CONCACAF qualifying play. Watch Episode 4 of the new CBC Sports show Soccer North on Gem and YouTube.
Soccer North: Canada dodging injuries, gearing up for friendlies days from FIFA World Cup
Watch Episode 3 of the new CBC Sports show Soccer North on Gem and YouTube.
Canadian women take down Slovenia to reach sitting volleyball worlds final
Canada has secured its first sitting volleyball worlds medal by breezing past Slovenia 3-0 (25-14, 25-16- 25-21) in a Thursday semifinal in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, setting up a final with Brazil on Friday at 10.30 a.m. ET.
Canadian Olympic champions skate to men's 5,000m relay gold at short track World Cup
Canada's men's 5,000-metre relay team that won the Olympic title in February captured the gold medal in the event on Sunday at the short track World Cup stop in Salt Lake City, returning to the top spot of the podium for the first time since Beijing.
Canadian Olympic bobsleigh medallist Christine de Bruin suspended 3 years for doping violation
The career of Canadian Olympic bobsleigh pilot Christine de Bruin is in question after she was handed a three-year suspension for testing positive for a prohibited anabolic agent, as announced by the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) on Friday.
Canadian gymnasts slam inaction by federal sports minister after toxic culture reports
Calls to investigate the "toxic culture and rampant child abuse entrenched in Canadian gymnastics" have gone unanswered for seven months, a group of more than 500 Canadian gymnasts said in an open letter released on Wednesday.
Canada suffers heartbreaking loss to host Poland at women's volleyball worlds
Canada's third match at the FIVB women's volleyball world championship Phase 2 ended up in a failed comeback bid and a disappointing 3-2 loss to host Poland in Łódź on Friday.
Canada races to women's eight bronze at world rowing championships
Canada's women's eight rowing team continued its medal-winning ways at the world championships on Sunday in Racice, Czech Republic.
River Lions frustrated by Bandits in final regular-season home game
Maxie Esho scored 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Fraser Valley Bandits past the host Niagara River Lions, 95-86, on Monday in Canadian Elite Basketball action.
Mike helps Shooting Stars clinch playoff spot, end River Lions' 5-game win streak
Canada's Isiaha Mike scored 20 points to help the Scarborough Shooting Stars deny the Niagara River Lions a sixth consecutive win by taking a 86-75 road victory on Friday to punch a post-season ticket in the franchise's inaugural season.