'My child's health is paramount': Gabrielle Daleman's mother on her daughter's mental health battle
Canadian figure skater Gabrielle Daleman put her career on hold so she could concentrate on her mental health. Her mother Rhonda has agonized over her daughter’s pain, and reveals the anguish of watching her child go through gripping anxiety and depression.
Nathan Chen is focused on managing time both on and off the ice
While Nathan Chen experiences success on the ice, he looks to balance his life with more time spent in the classroom.
Keegan Messing using Olympic experience as motivation to keep pushing
Canada's Keegan Messing shares how an Olympic berth has changed his life as a figure skater.
Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir named CBC Sports Canadian Athletes of the Year
Naming ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir as CBC Sports Canadian Athletes of the Year for 2018 offers not only one last opportunity to celebrate the duo’s accomplishments, but also to revisit a moment in sports history that captivated a nation.
Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir: Canadian Athletes of the Year
Here's how Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir won 2018
Player's Own Voice
Paige Lawrence has a message for all the small-town kids out there: You can make it big too
Canadian Kevin Reynolds retires from figure skating
POV podcast: Former figure skater Paige Lawrence on believing in your own abilities
Thrills & Spills: Top Moments from the ISU Grand Prix Final
Hubbell, Donohue capture ice dance gold at Grand Prix Final
ISU Grand Prix Final: Gala
Nathan Chen wins Grand Prix Final gold despite imperfect performance
Canada's Keegan Messing places 5th at Grand Prix Final
Nathan Chen claims Grand Prix Final gold
ISU Grand Prix Final: Men's Free Skate
Pairs figure skater suffers scary fall during overhead lift
Canada's Stephen Gogolev wins junior men's gold at Grand Prix Final
Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame
Canada's Messing to replace Olympic champ Hanyu at Grand Prix final
No Canadians qualify for Grand Prix Final in Vancouver as Gilles and Poirier fall short