Kelsey Mitchell takes advantage of every part of the track to defeat her opponents
Skills and intelligence form the basis of Kelsey Mitchell's track cycling success.
Penny Oleksiak is one of the fastest swimmers in the world – but which race was the most impressive?
Olympic bronze medallist Brittany MacLean gives her thoughts on Penny's Olympic performances and which one stands out above the rest. Faster, Higher, Stronger presented by Bell.
Donovan Bailey breaks down the roles of each runner in the 4x100m relay
Each runner has a specific role to play in the 4x100m. Donovan Bailey explains how each role works together in a successful race.
Karina Leblanc breaks down what makes Christine Sinclair an incredible athlete and leader
Christine Sinclair is the ultimate leader by creating space for other players to make plays and be the best they can be.
Canada will need to be bold, brave and confident as they face Sweden for Gold in Women's Soccer
As Karina Leblanc lays out, Canada will need to be bold, brave, smart and confident as they face one of their toughest opponents - Sweden - for gold in Women's Soccer.
Laurence Vincent-Lapointe's strong strokes push her across the finish line in sprint canoe
Laurence Vincent-Lapointe knows exactly how to harness all her power in sprint canoe by combining technique with strength.
Ten events over two days: The keys for Damian Warner and decathlon success
What do Decathletes need to be able to do to give them the edge over the competition?
'Stand tall. Breathe. Relax.': The keys to the men's 200m sprint
From the man himself, Donovan Bailey discusses how sprinters like Andre de Grasse use form to go even faster.
Keys to the Fosbury Flop in high jump: Part strength, part gymnastics
High Jump is part strength, part gymnastics. From technique to take off, find out what it takes to be the best.
What makes Jennifer Abel go faster, higher, stronger?
Scott Russell and Alex Despatie break down the technique that makes Jen Abel such a strong diver. Faster, Higher, Stronger brought to you by Bell.
Consistent, hungry and focused: You need to be all three to win the 100m sprint in Tokyo
The Jamaican dynasty of women's 100m continues.
It takes energy, power and determination to win a gold medal in men’s eight rowing
Adam Kreek breaks down the three top rowing teams in their pursuit for gold at Tokyo 2020.
Speed, attack and togetherness is what sets Canada's rugby 7s team apart from its competitors
Coming off their bronze medal win in 2016, the women's Rugby 7s team doesn't plan on taking anything less than gold in Tokyo 2020.
How does Penny Oleksiak go so fast?
There are many qualities that make Penny dominant in the pool and no one knows them better than former teammate Brittany MacLean. She breaks it all down on Faster, Higher, Stronger Presented by Bell.
Power, speed and grace, Kyle Shewfelt breaks down men's gymnastics
Olympic champion Kyle Shewfelt breaks down the men's artistic gymnastics team final on Faster Higher Stronger presented by Bell.
What makes Jennifer Abel and Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu such a dynamic duo?
Scott Russell and Blythe Hartley break it all down on tonight's Faster, Higher, Stronger segment brought to you by Bell.
The four keys to success in Olympic 4-man bobsleigh
CBC analyst Helen Upperton breaks down the perfect formula for Olympic four-man bobsleigh success in four steps.
Team pursuit is the excitement of speed skating multiplied by three
CBC Analyst Kristina Groves breaks down the team pursuit in long track speed skating, which sees three athletes competing together to push each other to the fastest time.
Here’s how Canada’s 2 women, 3 men grabbed spots in snowboard big air final
CBC Analyst Craig McMorris breaks down how qualifications works for snowboard big air and what it takes to make the cut for the 12-person final.
Monobob makes Olympic debut, here's what makes the event so exciting
CBC Analyst and Olympic bobsledder Helen Upperton explains what sets the women-only monobob competition apart from other sliding events as it makes its debut in Beijing.
Athletes found a way to go faster, higher and stronger than ever before in Beijing
Olympic and world records fell, and athletes continued to push the envelop of what is possible in sport.
Hard brushing allows curlers to 'make that rock dance'
CBC analyst Joanne Courtney explains how aggressive and frequent brushing can alter the path of a curling rock to get it where the skip wants it.
High amplitude throws can earn big points in figure skating pairs
CBC analyst Meagan Duhamel explains how points can be maximized with ambitious throws in pairs figure skating.
Good starts, matching the backsides and drafting are crucial in ski cross
CBC analyst Kelsey Serwa explains the importance of a strong start and staying close to someone who is "breaking wind" in ski cross.
Canada's ‘nearly flawless’ goaltender Ann-Renée Desbiens
It’s hard to find any issues with Canada’s goaltender. Instead, CBC hockey analyst Shannon Szabados outlines what will be key in the gold-medal game.
Maintaining velocity is crucial when bobsleds enter ‘the dragon’
Helen Upperton explains how bobsleigh athletes need to approach the difficult twists and turns of the "Flying Snow Dragon" in Beijing.
'What is the deal' with judging jumps in snowboard big air?
CBC analyst Craig McMorris reveals the acronym he uses to explain how judges evaluate performance in snowboard big air.
There's more than one way to cross country ski
CBC analyst Beckie Scott explains the techniques used in cross country skiing relay.
There's no time to glide in speed skating sprints
CBC analyst Kristina Groves explains how important the start is for speed skaters in shorter races.
It's all in the shoulders, knees and toes when sliders go head first
CBC analyst Cassie Hawrysh explains how skeleton sliders steer and which part of the track they need to worry about in Beijing.
To go fast in alpine skiing, racers should not overthink it
CBC alpine skiing analyst Brian Stemmle elaborates on the need for speed in the downhill event.
New quad jumps are revolutionizing figure skating
CBC analyst Kurt Browning explains why it's an exciting time to be a skating fan.
Curlers must sweep strategically to use the ice to direct their stones
CBC analysts Mike Harris and Joanne Courtney explain how sweeping affects the pebbled ice surface.
Speed is vital for athletes to succeed in big air
CBC analyst Alex Beaulieu-Marchand explains what athletes must focus on to compete in the freestyle skiing big air competition.
To fly high in ski jump, it all comes down to the take off
CBC analyst Rob Keith breaks down how to achieve optimal ski jumping aerodynamics.