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Charles Hamelin is still chasing the perfect race
In his sport, Charles Hamelin is surrounded by chaos. That's why the longtime short track star remains so devoted to honing his craft as he looks to make Canadian Olympic history in Pyeongchang.
Virtue & Moir: Canadian Olympic athletes of the year
They've looked better than ever as they chase a second Olympic ice dance gold medal, and Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are CBCSports.ca's choice for Canadian Olympic athletes of the year.
Meet the godfather of Canadian surfing
With surfing set to join the Olympics in 2020, Canada's Dom Domic has seen his sport come a long way since the waves first pulled him in.
Girard, Boutin keep Canadian short track factory humming
In a chaotic sport, Canada's short track speed skaters have been among the country's most reliable producers of Olympic medals, and youngsters Sam Girard and Kim Boutin have emerged as the newest Olympic contenders.
Canadian wrestlers grapple with post-Olympic blues ahead of worlds
For some of Canada's top wrestlers, this week's world championships — running Monday through Saturday in Paris — will punctuate a difficult year, for individually unique reasons.
What Canada learned at the swimming world championships
From Kylie Masse's breakout to Penny Oleksiak's underwhelming performances, here's what stood out for Team Canada at the swimming world championships.
Can Penny Oleksiak avoid burning out?
The future looks bright for Penny Oleksiak, but swimming prodigies are always at risk of burning out. That's why the people around the Canadian teenage sensation are making sure she leads as normal a life as possible.
Abel, Ware eager to put tough times behind them at diving worlds
Since their excruciating fourth-place finishes at the Rio Olympics, Canadian divers Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware have had to overcome their own personal challenges en route to this year's world championships.
Kaillie Humphries is still searching for the perfect start
By her lofty standards, it was a rough season for Kaillie Humphries. That's why the Canadian bobsleigh star will continue auditioning brakemen until the 11th hour as she prepares to put her Olympic title on the line.
Canadian diving team reboots for 2020 Olympic push
Following the retirement of Olympic star Roseline Filion, a collection of youngsters is set to bolster an experienced core as the Canadian diving team begins the 2017 season, and a new Olympic quadrennial, on Friday at the Grand Prix opener in Germany.
Near-death experiences have taken a toll on Denny Morrison
During the three years since speed skater Denny Morrison raced to a pair of Olympic medals in Sochi, the Canadian has suffered a motorcycle accident and a stroke. Today, Morrison still struggles both on and off the ice, a reality he needs to overcome if he hopes to qualify for a fourth Olympic Games.
Canadian Olympic Committee amplifies analytics in deal with data company
It’s just about the trendiest word in high-level sport. On Wednesday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) and the analytics software company SAS announced an eight-year partnership to give the high-performance sport community access to advanced data technology, or if you will; analytics.
You want Sean McColl on that wall
No, he's not a ninja. But the truth is Canada's Sean McColl is one of the best rock climbers in the world, and he's got a shot at winning his sport's first Olympic gold medal in Tokyo.
It's real and it's spectacular: Erica Wiebe stars in India's flashy Pro Wrestling League
She won't be smashing a folding chair over anyone's back, but Erica Wiebe is officially a pro wrestler. The Canadian Olympic champ is one of the highest-paid athletes in India's glitzy Pro Wrestling League.
How to turn a hockey rink into a pool in 10 days
In preparation for this week's world short-course championships, Windsor's WFCU Centre was transformed from a hockey arena to a swimming venue in less than 10 days.