track and field
"They don't have their priorities straight."
Fine, it doesn't seem like Pope Francis is going to be on the squad. But you know he's rooting for them—and that's one holy cheerleader.
I've been subjected to terrible jokes my whole life because I'm named Ben Johnson, like the Olympic sprinter who had his gold medal stripped at the 1988 Summer Games in Seoul.
"Frequently and passionately" kissing your girlfriend could exonerate you from a failed drug test. Who knew?
Eric Thompson was a high-jump prodigy with an Olympic future well within his reach, until one failed drug test locked him in a battle with doping authorities that ultimately changed his life.
Corey Bellemore is the beer mile world record holder. The 23-year-old is also one of Canada's top middle distance runners and has his sights set on making the national team.
The hacker group Fancy Bears leaked documents pertaining to England runner Mo Farah without any verifiable, pertinent information, but the media reported it anyways.
We talk to Donovan Bailey about national pride, his 150-metre race against American Michael Johnson, and his legacy as one of Canada's all-time great track and field athletes.
On the 20th anniversary of the Bailey-Johnson 150-metre race at SkyDome, we look back at the circus show that was supposed to settle the World's Fastest Man title.
Maybe it was the rest she needed?
A USA Track and Field Masters' race pitted a 99-year-old against a 92-year-old because that's the whole point of life.
"My story is an example of what can happen when you follow polices of compassion and understanding, not hate and isolation."