Player’s Own Voice – Miah-Marie Langlois
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Player’s Own Voice – Miah-Marie Langlois

When Miah-Marie Langlois got dragged to her brother’s basketball practice as a kid, she never…

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Megan Rapinoe’s Olimpico Goal
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Megan Rapinoe’s Olimpico Goal

Locked in a tense semi-final match against Canada in the London 2012 Olympic soccer tournament,…

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Canada Rising – Jamal Murray headed to NBA Draft
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Canada Rising – Jamal Murray headed to NBA Draft

One of Canada’s best young basketball talents, Jamal Murray, was a star as a freshman…

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Best goals from London 2012 in 90 seconds
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Best goals from London 2012 in 90 seconds

Recapping the best goals from the London 2012 Olympic tournaments, including brilliant strikes from Neymar,…

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Guide to Olympic Freestyle Wrestling
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Guide to Olympic Freestyle Wrestling

American Olympian Jake Herbert dishes on the finer points of Olympic freestyle wrestling, from rules…

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Olympic coaching techniques
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Olympic coaching techniques

Australian water polo coach Greg McFadden talks about his journey from Olympic player to Olympic…

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Team USA dominates the history of Olympic basketball
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Team USA dominates the history of Olympic basketball

Perhaps no nation has dominated a single sport as much as the United States has…

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2016 Spruce Meadows RBC Grand Prix presented by Rolex (full CBC show)
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2016 Spruce Meadows RBC Grand Prix presented by Rolex (full CBC show)

CBC Sports full broadcast of the 2016 Spruce Meadows RBC Grand Prix presented by Rolex.…

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How to train for an Olympic marathon
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How to train for an Olympic marathon

American runner Meb Keflezighi, a silver medallist at the 2004 Olympics in Athens, explains how…

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The science of the Olympic running track
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The science of the Olympic running track

You often hear about a certain track being fast. Is this really true? It certainly…

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