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CFL Power Rankings: Eskimos hit playoffs in top spot
They have to go on the road for their playoff game, but the revitalized and red-hot Edmonton Eskimos top our rankings as the CFL post-season opens this weeks.
Victor Davis: Body and soul
He had the long frame and the big hands and feet essential to dominating the sport of swimming. But it was the fire within Victor Davis that made the late breaststroker a Canadian legend.
CFL Power Rankings: Roughriders have a chance to surprise this season
Malcolm Kelly weighs in with his pre-season CFL rankings, which he says are as much guesswork as artistry.
Fanny 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld: An icon for all ages
Olympic champion Fanny "Bobbie" Rosenfeld wasn't just a Canadian track star, she also left a legacy that few athletes in this country could ever equal.
The Villeneuves: In the name of the father
Gilles Villeneuve was an auto racing star and one of Canada's most famous athletes before his tragic death in 1982. His son, Jacques, would carry on his legacy — and then some.
Harry Jerome: Race against time
He owned a share of the 100-metre world record while still a teenager and went on to win an Olympic medal, but Canadian sprinting legend Harry Jerome struggled to outrun the prejudice of his day.
Northern Dancer: Canadian stallion
A star on the track and a superstar in the barn, 1964 Kentucky Derby winner Northern Dancer's greatness lives on in the countless thoroughbreds he's sired.
Tom Longboat: A man called Everything
In 1907, Tom Longboat went down to Boston and stunned the field in a snowstorm by winning the already famous marathon, arriving back in Toronto at night to a torchlight parade from Union Station to the Y.
Barbara Ann Scott: Queen of the ice
With her singular combination of grace, charm and stunning athleticism, Canada's first Olympic figure skating champion was nothing short of winter sports royalty.
The Richard Riot: Going down swinging
Maurice "Rocket" Richard's assault on a linesman sparked one of the darkest chapters in hockey history — the March 17, 1955 riot that would mark the end of an era for the NHL and, some believe, the province of Quebec.