Sports

Let the Games begin!

Team Alberta takes home gold and silver in speed skating on day one

NBA, FIBA announce plans for pro league in Africa

Obama — an enormous basketball fan — has told him he wants to have a direct role in the league, reports say

Game 3 shutout powers Lacombe Generals to 4-0 win over Eagles

Series returns to Stony Plain Saturday night for Game 4

Ottawa, provincial governments commit to addressing abuse in sports

Kirsty Duncan, Canada’s Minister of Science and Sport made the announcement in Red Deer

Red Deer College transforms into Athletes’ Village

Red Deer College’s campus will be home for the athletes during the 2019 Canada Winter Games

WATCH: Canada Winter Games athletes arrive from across the country

Up to 3,600 athletes, managers and coaches will arrive throughout the day Thursday and Friday

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Canadian Special Olympics athlete to play at NBA all-star weekend

Wright is the only Canadian out of 12 Special Olympics athletes competing in a Unified Sports game

Lacombe Generals lose 3-0 to Stony Plain Eagles in Game 2

Gens looking to right the ship on home ice Friday

Changes proposed for Canadian junior curlers get petition pushback

Some young curlers lament losing a year of eligibility to play in championships

Lacombe’s William O’Keefe brings home fourth Gold Gloves

Boxer looking to be a provincial, national champion in 2019

New athletes group formed to tackle doping in sports

Athletes believe Russia was treated too gently following its doping scandal

Canada’s Olympic hockey team of non-NHLers reflect, a year later

Canada lost to Germany 4-3 in Pyeongchang, losing the chance to play for the gold medal

Lacombe Generals take Game 1 over Stony Plain 4-3

Generals gut out gritty win against hard-nosed Eagles

Hockey Day in Canada showcases key games for country’s NHL teams

This year’s event is based in Swift Current, Sask., but the highlight takes place in Montreal

Wild hockey brawl leads to suspensions of 15 players, both head coaches

Members of the Acadia Axemen and St. Francis Xavier X-Men fought during a game in Wolfville, N.S.

Anthony, Scrubbs headline Canada’s basketball team for two games in St. John’s

Canada, which has already qualified for the World Cup, first hosts Chile on Feb. 21

Bitter Alberta cold throws a wrench in World Cup biathlon in Canmore

Canmore is hosting a biathlon World Cup for just the second time after a first in 2016

‘We want seven!’ Huge crowds fete Patriots on Super Bowl win

Security was tight, and police took away several fans who appeared intoxicated

Ontario police called after as many as 30 parents brawl after hockey game

As many as 30 parents were engaged in the altercation after the game had finished

Super Bowl reaches 100.7 million people, down from 2018

It was the smallest audience in nearly a decade