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Canadian Olympic freestyle skier Chloé Dufour-Lapointe announces retirement
Canadian freestyle skier Chloé Dufour-Lapointe announced her retirement on Wednesday, closing the book on an outstanding career that included an Olympic silver medal.
Canadian men's U23 wheelchair basketball team ready to seize opportunity at world championship
The future of Canadian men's wheelchair basketball will be on full display this week as the top junior national teams from across the globe battle for gold at the first men's under-23 world championship in five years.
Women's Para hockey progressing toward Paralympic inclusion, but work remains
The inaugural Para Ice Hockey Women's World Challenge last week in Green Bay, Wis., was a successful step toward the ultimate goal of inclusion in the Paralympics, but there is still work to be done in order to remove barriers.
Canadian weightlifter Maude Charron ready for new chapter at Commonwealth Games
Maude Charron leads Canada’s 14-member weightlifting team this month at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England — where she will be looking to return atop the podium after winning gold in 2018 on the Gold Coast of Australia.
Canadian Olympic champion cyclist Kelsey Mitchell 'fired up' for Commonwealth Games debut
Canadian track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell is hungry for more after winning gold in her Olympic debut last summer in Tokyo. She is set to make her Commonwealth Games debut on Friday while headlining an exciting 18-member Canadian cycling team poised for success in England.
Sport serving vital role on path toward reconciliation in National Indigenous History Month
Sport serves as an important avenue to promote and celebrate Indigenous culture, and it continues to play a vital role as the country takes steps toward reconciliation.
McIntosh, Knox break own national records at Canadian swimming trials in Victoria
Summer McIntosh and Finlay Knox broke their own national records on the opening night of the Canadian swimming trials on Tuesday in Victoria, B.C.
Young Canadian Olympians poised to lead the way at Milan-Cortina in 2026
From figure skating phenoms to rising women's hockey stars, here is a look at some young Canadian Olympians poised to lead Canada at the 2026 Games in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.
Canada's Sharpe captures silver, Karker bronze in Olympic freeski halfpipe
Cassie Sharpe captured silver and Rachael Karker claimed bronze in the women's freeski halfpipe final on Friday for Canada's 21st and 22nd medals at the Beijing Olympics.
Reigning Olympic champion Cassie Sharpe leads 6 Canadians into freeski halfpipe final
Reigning Olympic champion Cassie Sharpe qualified for the women's freeski halfpipe final alongside fellow Canadians Rachael Karker and Amy Fraser on Thursday morning at the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.