Zelenskyy warns International Olympic Committee against allowing Russia ‘terrorist state’ into games

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has once again implored the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to not allow Russia to compete at Olympics. “It is obvious that any neutral flag of Russian … Read More

Sprinter Matthews Olympic ban reversed 50 years after low-key racial injustice protest

More than 50 years after banning him for his low-key racial injustice protest at the Munich Olympics, the International Olympic Committee says it will allow American gold-medal sprinter Vince Matthews … Read More

Russia can return to Olympic qualifiers, international sporting events by competing as part of Asia

Russia could return to some international sports events and Olympic qualifiers by competing as part of Asia, rather than Europe. International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach welcomed a “creative” plan … Read More

Canadian Olympic champion squad wins women’s team pursuit gold at speed skating World Cup

Olympic gold medallists Valerie Maltais, Isabelle Weidemann and Ivanie Blondin claimed the top spot in the women’s team pursuit event at the ISU World Cup Speed Skating Saturday in Stavanger, … Read More

Canadian Olympic bobsleigh medallist Christine de Bruin suspended 3 years for doping violation

Canadian Olympic medallist Christine de Bruin has received a three-year suspension after she tested positive for the use of a prohibited anabolic agent, the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) announced on … Read More

Early Olympic berth gives Canada’s women’s gymnastics team advantage in road to Paris 2024

After barely squeaking into the world championship final as the eighth and last qualifier, Canada’s women’s gymnastics team knew there was only one way to go from there — up. … Read More

Wilkerson, Humana-Paredes: Canada’s ‘ultimate dream team’ reunite for Olympic beach volleyball quest

Brandie Wilkerson remembers her and former university volleyball teammate Melissa Humana-Paredes being competitive, determined to win and fearless on the floor. Not much has changed 12 years later as they … Read More

Olympic gold medallist rips Hockey Canada for paying her $4K for post-concussion medical expenses

Olympic gold medallist Katie Weatherston says it was “unjust” of Hockey Canada to tell her it only had $ 4,000 available to cover medical expenses for an ongoing traumatic brain injury she sustained while playing … Read More

Resilient Canadian women swept at volleyball worlds by reigning Olympic champion U.S.

Canada’s women’s volleyball team put forth a strong effort for 81 minutes against the United States on Monday but couldn’t upend the reigning Olympic champions, who prevailed 25-19, 26-24, 25-15 … Read More

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