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  • Oldershaw to be Canadian flag bearer at 2015 Pan American Games opening ceremony
    Oldershaw to be Canadian flag bearer at 2015 Pan American Games opening ceremony
    According to the Toronto Star on Wednesday, Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw of Burlington, Ontario was named the flag bearer for Team Canada during the opening ceremonies of the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Ontario on July...
  • Pronger selected to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Pronger selected to Hockey Hall of Fame
    According to the National Hockey League on Monday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Chris Pronger of Dryden, Ontario will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario this fall. Pronger was on a distinguished list that included...
  • Kings terminate Richards' contract
    Kings terminate Richards' contract
    According to SB Nation on Monday, the Los Angeles Kings have terminated the contract of Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mike Richards of Kenora, Ontario. Richards had five goals and 11 assists for 16 points in 53 regular season games with the Kings...
  • The Olympic rings
    Boston 2024 Olympic planners present new strategy as deadline looms
    After a recent poll revealed a serious lack of local interest in hosting the 2024 Olympic Games, the committee for Boston 2024 revealed a revamped $4.6 billion plan on June 29. Organizers hope the new strategy, which focuses on long-term...
  • Trevor Moore
    Olympian Trevor Moore still missing but Coast Guard suspends search
    The search for Olympian Trevor Moore, whose belongings were found aboard an empty inflatable dinghy that was discovered on Florida's Biscayne Bay on June 25, has been suspended, according to a June 27 report. The 510 square nautical mile...
  • Bergeron wins 2015 Selke Trophy
    Bergeron wins 2015 Selke Trophy
    According to Stephen Whyno of the Canadian Press on Wednesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins won the 2015 Frank J. Selke Trophy presented to the top defensive forward in the National Hockey League. For...
  • Price wins three NHL awards
    Price wins three NHL awards
    According to Stephen Whyno of the Canadian Press on Wednesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens won three National Hockey Leagueawards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Price won the Hart...
  • Germany and France qualify for the 2016 Olympics in women's soccer
    Germany and France qualify for the 2016 Olympics in women's soccer
    According to Nick Zaccardi of NBC Sports on Wednesday, Germany and France have qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in women's soccer. They qualified because they are the only two eligible European nations that have reached...
  • Canada wins three rowing medals in Italy
    Canada wins three rowing medals in Italy
    According to Callum Ng of the Canadian Olympic Committeeon Monday, team Canada won three medals at a World Cup rowing regatta this past weekend in Varese, Italy. The regatta was the second World Cup rowing event of the season and is one of three...
  • Canada eliminates Switzerland from Olympic women's soccer in 2016
    Canada beats Switzerland at Women's World Cup
    According to TSN on Sunday, Canada beat Switzerland 1-0 in the round of 16 at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup from Vancouver, British Columbia. With the loss, Switzerland missed a chance of qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de...
  • Klassen retires from speed skating
    Klassen retires from speed skating
    According to Steve Lambert of the Canadian Press on Saturday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Cindy Klassen of Winnipeg, Manitoba announced her retirement from competitive speed skating at the age of 35. Klassen has the Canadian record for most...
  • Tewksbury to coach at 2015 Special Olympics
    Tewksbury to coach at 2015 Special Olympics
    According to Matthew Cullen of TSN on Thursday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mark Tewksbury of Calgary, Alberta will be an honourary coach for Canada at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles, California. Tewksbury won the...
  • Keith wins 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as Blackhawks win Stanley Cup
    Keith wins 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as Blackhawks win Stanley Cup
    According to the Toronto Star on Monday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Duncan Keith of Winnipeg, Manitoba won the 2015 Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The Chicago Blackhawks, led by Keith, won their...
  • Olympian Cullen Jones
    Exclusive: Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones on Rio, Make a Splash, & 'Family Guy'
    With four Olympic swimming medals to his name, champion freestyle sprinter Cullen Jones is one of Team USA's most recognizable faces. As pools open around the nation for the summer season, the 31-year old athlete is using his voice and...
  • Mao Asada
    Chronicling returns, retirements, splits, and other news: 2015 Edition
    With every off-season comes lots of news and shakeups in the figure skating world. Here is a round-up of all of the news that is happening in during the off-season leading up to the 2015-16 season in September. Stay tuned to this page for more...
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