Posts Filed Under: sports
Reviewing Toronto's five previous attempts to display the Olympic rings.
Two Canadian tennis stars give a lesson to kids, and have some fun too.
Long before the Pan Am Games, Hamilton hosted the first edition of what became the Commonwealth Games.
It's missing a wolf, but otherwise it is perfect.
These pictures are much prettier than images of HOV lanes.
Some of the top Olympic hopefuls set to grace the Pan Am Games, all hailing from the GTA.
Before the Pan Am Games, boxers Sammy Luftspring and Frankie Genovese gave Toronto world-class competition.
America noticed us! And how we are pretty *meh* about the Pan Am Games!
Roller Figure-Skating, Anyone?
International athletes break in the West Don Lands neighbourhood.
In writing a critique of former Maple Leaf Phil Kessel,
Toronto Sun columnist Steve Simmons shows how his own work comes up short.
The Leafs were bad last season. But with a few smart moves, optimism might be warranted again.
To create a safe space for all athletes and allies, the 519 will become a pride house for the Pan Am Games.
An association rule about transferring student athletes makes it tough for players on the Eastern Commerce Saints to play for strong teams, and could limit their basketball careers.
At the height of the city's Victorian-era love affair with cycling, a record was broken at a local club's annual competition.
Renowned evangelist Charles B. Templeton finds, and loses, religion.
Don't count your baskets before they're shot.
As we approach this year's Blue Jays home opener, a look at the grand—and rainy—opening day for one of Toronto's greatest baseball teams.