Humboldt Bronco Ryan Straschnitzki is playing his first-ever sledge hockey game at the WinSport Markin MacPhail Centre in Calgary on Saturday, Sept. 15 for the Cowboys ‘n Sleds event.
Ride along with defending champion Scott McCarron and his wife Jenny as they float down the Bow River on a day off before the Shaw Charity Classic.
Teanna Sieben is hoping to land a post-secondary scholarship to play lacrosse south of the border. But as a deaf athlete, she also hopes to show young girls with disabilities that anything is possible.
Some members of the Okotoks Oilers lost good friends in the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash. They’ve relied on each other, and the game of hockey, to help move forward as they prepare to play in the Alberta Junior Hockey League championship series.
Camron Maguire is making waves in the pool. Of 445 athletes competing at the 2018 Canadian Artistic Swimming Qualifiers, the 16-year-old from Whitehorse, Yukon is the only male.
Speedskater Ben Donnelly started pursuing his Olympic dream at the age of 10. He still has a signed photo and a pack of gum that features his biggest inspiration: Denny Morrison. The two are now teammates in Pyeongchang.
Global News sat down with several of Canada’s top athletes and medal contenders to discuss their goals, dreams and what fuels their quest for Olympic glory in PyeongChang.
“I just just fell in love with the sport once I started playing games, and I just had a huge passion for that sport cause I was really good at it.”
Canada’s top female curlers are focused on the Roar of the Rings Olympic trials this December in Ottawa, Ont.
The On the Bench boys have hit new found fame thanks to their video series of misleading hockey how-to’s.
The Calgary Stampeders have followed the NFL protests closely, but have not formally discussed if they will do something similar this Friday when they host Montreal.
Nicola Paviglianiti has excelled in the short time she’s been a powerlifter, earning two national championships and a world championship gold medal. She’s now sharing the gift of powerlifting in Zimbabwe.
The Calgary Bid Exploration Committee is set to present a report to city council on Monday, but a number of Olympic athletes who train in Calgary say they already know where they stand.
“Plan B” appears to be in full effect for Hockey Canada.
He started steer riding when he was 11 years old. Now, two years later, Tyler Bauer is competing at the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth.