VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Canada’s Games were always about Canada’s game. In a country where hockey defines its national identity, the 14th and record-breaking gold medal of the 2010 Winter Olympics was the one that really allowed the party to start. It also allowed the country to exhale. “Being in Canada, that’s an opportunity of […]Read more "Hockey supremacy back in Canada"
Bill Belichick can make anything sound epic. Even a Barbecue place in Anapolis, Maryland. Some have called him the greatest coach of all time. Some have called him some other colourful phrases, some that can’t be repeated here in this space. For football fans and fans of sports in general, Bill Belichick is the mastermind […]Read more "Bill Belichick: Humble Legends, Modest Superstars"
The same science of sport that has allowed innumerable records to fall and the superhuman to become routine has also created a Frankenstein. The knowledge provided by these sciences has spawned entire industries, employing practitioners who charge monster fees. But without that specific coaching, the nutrition training, the strength training and medical support, breaking through […]Read more "The Money Pit: Why ‘professionalization’ of youth sports is worrisome"
Editor’s note: The opinions in this article are the author’s, as published by our content partner, and do not necessarily represent the views of MSN or Microsoft. If I were advising Justin Trudeau, I’d tell him to shut his piehole. Zip it, Prime Minister. Put an R2-D2 sock in it. Knock it off with this […]Read more "Vinay Menon: For the sake of peoplekind, Justin Trudeau needs to shut up"
KINGSTON, Ont. – Darcy Greenaway scored at 1:21 of overtime to give the Queen’s Gaels a 6-5 victory over the Royal Military College Paladins in an exhilarating 32nd Carr-Harris Cup Challenge. It was the 20th win by Queen’s in the history of the series, which celebrates a hockey rivalry between the schools that goes back to […]Read more "Queen’s Gaels claim Carr-Harris Cup in overtime thriller"
He snores when he sleeps on his back. His wife isn’t thrilled with the rumbling, he jokes. But he can’t do much about it even when she gives him a poke to roll over. The lingering effects of numerous shoulder injuries and four surgeries to put things back together in those joints have made it […]Read more "Requiem for a middleweight"
I travel several months out of every year. Recently, I was at the Royal Military College of Canada. It is situated just outside Kingston, Ontario.Read more "James Alexander Michie at Royal Military College of Canada"