Abbie Galloway As the 2021 U.S. Open boiled down to its close, one Canadian underdog provided an inspiring success story placing second in the prestigious grand slam tournament. Leylah Annie Fernandez, 19, said encouraging herself and believing in her skills was a major part of her success in the tournament. “Today in this match,” she said in a press conference after her quarterfinal win against Elina Svitolina, “I was only … Continued
Matt Mills, the owner and GM of the Ontario Royals Organization in Oakville, Ont., admits COVID-19 has been a bigger obstacle than expected.
Grand River Rocks have reopened their doors to climbers and with the abundance of precautions and new research emerging, it’s safe to say rock climbing is one of the safest sports to participate in during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Ontario Hockey League announced that players will be starting training camps in early November and begin their season not long after. With new rules in place, fans will get the chance to support their local teams after eight months.
Hockey officials have cracked down on body checks, specifically those that drive other players into the boards. However, are they doing enough?
Coaches Corner host Don Cherry gets canceled because of “you people” rant on TV. Cancel culture, meet hockey culture.
Imagine working for months at a time only to be stiffed out of your pay. For nearly three years various members of the Epsilon Esports organization have faced this problem.
By nearly every measure, Toronto has the depth and talent to compete with the NBA’s very best, despite a loss in Game 1 of the playoffs.
The deciding game in the NBLC’s first round of playoffs will take place at Budweiser Gardens on Sunday.
A win against London in the best-of-five series would allow the Titans to advance in the National Basketball League of Canada’s playoffs.
Spoke reporter Keegan Lavigne says the country’s bench strength is now world class, thanks to the growing popularity of the sport at home.
For nearly 1,000 hockey fans, the event was a chance to see former Leafs heroes and raise money for a good cause.
Jerry Howarth’s most cherished memories, he says, includes the two Blue Jays World Series wins, as well as some more personal moments.
The up-and-coming street hockey festival will partner with Family and Children’s Services of Waterloo Region.