from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Thanks Vancouver, the Games were a blast

March 1, 2010

OLYMPICS-ICEHOCKEY/If it wasn't magic from Sidney Crosby, what was it? A flick of the wrist from the world's best hockey player, the dreams of 33 million Canadians were made real and the Winter Olympics ended with the flourish they deserved.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Olympic ice hockey final, closing ceremony — live

February 28, 2010

We're at rinkside in Vancouver to bring you live coverage of the Winter Olympics ice hockey final between Canada and the United States. And join us later for the closing ceremony of these Games.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Winter Games, day 14 — live

February 26, 2010

The men's ice hockey semi-finals pitting the United States against Finland and Canada against Slovakia are the highlights of the day ... but with the mayhem of short track speed skating and the women's curling final there's plenty of other action to shout about... Join us here today and every day of the Games.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

A crush that led to Olympic gold

February 23, 2010

 

Canadians basking in the warm glow of Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue's gold medal winning performance in the ice dancing were all asking the same question on Tuesday ... Are they as close off the ice as they are on it?

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Olympics Hockey Super Sunday — live

February 21, 2010

We're running a live blog on the mouth-watering line up of hockey on Sunday, featuring Russia v Czech Republic in Group B, Canada v United States in Group A and Sweden v Finland in Group C.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Winter Olympics live blog — day seven

February 19, 2010

Our live blog on the day's events at the Winter Olympics is up and running... The men's Super-G is the big event of the morning, at 1130 local, 1430 ET and 1930 GMT, but there's exciting action too in the skeleton, ski jumping and ice dancing.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Winter Games: picture of the day

February 17, 2010

OLYMPICS-SPEEDSKATING/Paul Barker writes on Tuesday:

I spent much of the day editing the women's 500 metre speed skating race, looking at many very good pictures. Jerry Lampen's frame of Annette Gerritsen of the Netherlands crashing as Nao Kodaira of Japan speeds past was the image of the day from that event.

from Olympics Notebook: Vancouver 2010:

Canada can’t wait for that golden moment

February 10, 2010

ALPINE-SKIINGCanada has a reputation as a slow starter at the Olympics, but the country may be poised to end a two-Games gold-medal drought on home soil ... and it could even come on the first full day of competition.

from Reuters Soccer Blog:

Big decisions loom for growing MLS

November 23, 2009

Major League Soccer shows plenty of signs of good health and progress but beneath the surface the North American league has some critical decisions to make over its future direction.

Who will be the new Captain Canada?

September 1, 2009

hockeyIt’s hard to predict who will become Captain Canada, when Canada hasn’t even picked a team.But who will lead Canada’s men’s hockey team into battle at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics will spark more debate than who will be the hockey mad country’s next Prime Minister.