Posts Filed Under: sports
There’s a new sport in Toronto, developed locally, but based on 3,000 years of Chinese military history.
The world’s top marathon swimmers compete at the 1927 CNE.
And he's right.
Ace Bailey’s career-ending injury and the origins of the NHL All-Star Game.
The Red Rocket reaches the end of the line.
With the Blue Jays flailing, Toronto's dailies compete to best capture the drama.
Time, space, physics, hockey—the Jays can conquer it all.
The Leafs lost, but he was still pretty amazing.
The paper's manhunt for the "loon ball" beer-can thrower at Tuesday's Jays game takes an unexpected twist.
For 32 years, starting in 1973, amateur athletes from Scarborough regularly tested their sporting prowess against the people of Indianapolis, Indiana.
The saga of Toronto's 1970s entry in the North American Soccer League, and its underdog championship.
2017 pilot project will make players pay permit fees per hour on public courts.
We were waiting for a lousy column about the Olympics and Agar delivered.
The impressive, inspiring, and possibly unsportsmanlike athletic exploits of Ned Hanlan.
Winning is nice.
How else can we be certified as a World Class City?
Your guide to the athletes repping the 6ix this summer.
Toronto's well-to-do learn the game of cricket, and the origins of the first ever international cricket match.