Two-time Olympian Jessica Zelinka is set to coach at a new “Ninja Warrior” facility in the city’s northeast. Continue reading
Canadian weightlifter Christine Girard’s bronze medal from the London Olympics could be upgraded to gold after the two women who finished ahead of her were nabbed in doping retests. Continue reading
Montreal’s Science Centre featured a dazzling array of delectable dishes for Gold Medal Plates, a fund-raising event for Canada’s Olympic athletes. Continue reading
Statistics show that the Olympics failed to bring a surge in visitors to Britain, but those who did come spent more. Continue reading
Paralympic star Chantal Petitclerc will be Canada’s chef de mission at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Continue reading
Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes celebrated in downtown Toronto Friday afternoon with a big parade. Continue reading
Aurélie Rivard and over 30 other Canadian Paralympic athletes were greeted by dozens of well-wishers at Montreal’s Trudeau airport as they arrived from London. Continue reading
A Newfoundland boy who sent a letter and his soccer medal to the Canadian men’s 4X100 relay team says he simply wanted to boost their spirits after they were disqualified from an Olympic bronze medal. Continue reading
Canadians are satisfied with their country’s performance at the London 2012 Olympic Games, and are proud of their athletes, according to a new poll by Ipsos Reid.
It started with the Queen and James Bond playfully leaping out of a helicopter and ended with a star spangled bang that included the Spice Girls and The Who. Pair those opening and closing Olympic ceremony acts with the world’s best athletes, and it’s no wonder the London 2012 Games brought in record breaking numbers for broadcasters around the world.