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Toronto's Nicholas Latifi completes unconventional route to F1 debut
In a race that saw nine out of 20 drivers exit early, three safety car restarts and last lap heroics, Toronto’s Nicholas Latifi made his F1 debut Sunday with the Williams Mercedes team and climbed up nine spots from the back of the grid to finish 11th.
'I play football, I'm not a TV star': New Argo wants to shake reality show stigma
Before signing with the Toronto Argonauts Monday, Ollie’s second reality show stint put him in football purgatory again. In 2016, his first came on the Netflix documentary series Last Chance U, where he was first introduced as a fan favourite.
Acquiring Canadian stars top priority for Toronto's new pro swim league club
In September, the Canadian club and Tokyo will compete in the second season of the International Swimming League as expansion teams. For Robert Kent, co-owner and general manager of the Toronto franchise, the process of preparing his team for its debut started Monday.
Can Am Holiday Volleyball Showcase clear evidence of the rise of Canadian volleyball
Top U Sports and NCAA programs have been facing off the past few days in Toronto for the Can Am Holiday Volleyball Showcase event and CBCSports.ca has live coverage of the final day Tuesday beginning at 11:30 a.m ET.
Kaillie Humphries set for Bobsleigh World Cup debut with U.S.
A mechanical issue with a track forced the World Cup bobsleigh season to open a week later than planned. But it's who will be competing in the native red, white and blue of the U.S. that still dominates the headlines.
Coaching-change Hail Mary has paid off for a number of NHL teams in recent years
With Sheldon Keefe in and Mike Babcock out, the Toronto Maple Leafs organization and fans are now left hoping their season will add to the recent results of an in-season coaching move.
Harvard Crimson basketball team sprinkled with red and white
When Canadian Danilo Djuricic made the choice to pursue both academics and basketball at Harvard University, the junior forward never thought of a moment where he’d have the chance to represent the Crimson at home.
Tiger-Cats look to erase past demons, end 20-year Grey Cup drought
Since their last Grey Cup title, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats have become accustomed to bad breaks.