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Road to the Olympic Games: World Cup bobsleigh & skeleton

Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch the world's best b...

The perfect delivery: Being a mother and full-time curler not always easy

Saskatchewan curler Joan McCusker could have never prepared for the guilt she would feel trying to balance the roles of new mother and elite-level curler.

Canadian Philippe Langevin lands his 1st slopestyle World Cup medal

Canadian freestyle skier Philippe Langevin landed on the World Cup podium for the first time in his career as he came away with silver in the slopestyle competition in Font Romeu, France on Saturda...

Watch World Cup moguls from Calgary

Watch live action from the freestyle skiing World Cup moguls event in Calgary featuring Canadian stars Mikael Kingsbury and Justine Dufour-Lapointe.

Hockey Night in Canada: Free live streams on desktop & app

CBC Sports will provide free live streams of Hockey Night in Canada games, including the Maple Leafs hosting the Bruins and the Senators visiting the Sharks.

Canada's Justin Kripps wins World Cup bobsleigh silver

Canada's Justin Kripps and Cam Stones will take home silver medals from the bobsleigh World Cup in Konigssee, Germany.

Hockey Night in Canada podcast: Women making strides in hockey

In this week’s episode of the Hockey Night In Canada podcast, we discuss the impact women have made in hockey and the room for growth within the sport.

Canada's Dahria Beatty secures spot in cross-country skiing worlds

Dahria Beatty finished in 16th place in a cross-country skate-ski World Cup race on Saturday in Germany.

Hirscher dominates again to win giant slalom gold in Adelboden

Marcel Hirscher overturned rival Henrik Kristoffersen's first-run lead for a clear win in a World Cup giant slalom on Saturday in Adelboden, Switzerland.

Road to the Olympic Games: World Cup moguls from Calgary

Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch action from the fr...

Germany's Jamanka wins World Cup women's bobsleigh gold

Olympic champion Mariama Jamanka of Germany teamed with Annika Drazek to win a World Cup women's bobsleigh race Saturday, their third victory in four starts this season.

Kingsbury Quiz: With over 50 World Cup wins, can Kingsbury remember No. 1?

CBC Sports' Jacqueline Doorey puts Mikael Kingsbury's memory to the test. See how much the moguls star can remember about his World Cup victories.

Reavie makes PGA history with 3 eagles on par-4 holes

Chez Reavie made history with three eagles on par-4 holes during the second round at the Sony Open in Hawaii on Friday.

Toronto Blue Jays trade Russell Martin to L.A. Dodgers for prospects

The Toronto Blue Jays have traded catcher Russell Martin to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Martin, from Chelsea, Que., spent the last four seasons with the Blue Jays, batting .225 with 66 home runs and 2...

QMJHL commissioner says paying junior hockey players would be mistake

As the league celebrates its anniversary by looking back on what it has accomplished, its commissioner is also facing fresh challenges.

Oilers forward Draisaitl voted in all-star game, Leafs' Rielly left off

Edmonton Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl was among the last additions for the upcoming NHL all-star game, while Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly was one of a few high-profile players to b...

Saskatchewan's curling drought: What's next for the prairie province?

There's a certain type of pride Saskatchewanites exude when it comes to curling, but the feeling is being challenged by the province's lack of championships in recent decades.

Saskatchewan's Silvernagle locks up playoff berth at Canadian Open

Robyn Silvernagle's hometown rink has secured a playoff spot at the Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask.

Blue Jays avoid arbitration with Stroman, Sanchez, Pillar, five others

The Toronto Blue Jays have avoided arbitration and signed eight players, including mainstays Marcus Stroman, Aaron Sanchez and Kevin Pillar, to one-year deals, the club announced Friday. ...

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A look at some of the best plays in the world of sports.

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