Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett sat during the national anthem for the second straight game of the preseason.
Washington Nationals owner Mark Lerner said Thursday night in a letter to a Washington Post columnist that he had cancer and had his left leg amputated.
OTTAWA VALLEY – Ottawa Valley Taekwon-Do (OV TKD) fought their way to the top at the 2017 International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) Pan-AM Championship this past July.
Ukraine's Elina Svitolina has captured the Rogers Cup women's title.
If CFL legend Frank Cosentino had his way, all children would have a chance to play sports.
In his first game in an Oakland Raider uniform, Marshawn Lynch didn’t play a down.
Dozens of young hockey players laced up their skates for this summer’s Pembroke Lumber Kings Hockey Camp.
Forget all the talk about Denis Shapovalov being the future of Canadian tennis.
The Cardinals have a friendly feline to thank for their rally against the Royals.
TORONTO — Wednesday's game between the Blue Jays and Yankees was a parade. A hit parade for New York and a parade from the bullpen to the mound for Toronto.
TORONTO — Former welterweight champion Georges St. Pierre has confirmed he will make his long-awaited comeback against middleweight title-holder Michael Bisping on Nov. 4 at UFC 217 in New York’s Madison Square Garden.
CHICAGO — Former NHL forward and coach Eddie Olczyk has been diagnosed with colon cancer.
SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Bonds so badly wanted to play one final season.
LONDON — Canada is moving some of its athletes into new accommodations at the world track and field championships to avoid a stomach bug.
HALIFAX — NHL superstar Sidney Crosby said it’s “just a number,” as he turned 30 on Monday and brandished the Stanley Cup in a parade that wound through Halifax in his native Nova Scotia.
HOUSTON — It was one inning of work in a season that has often been an exercise in frustration for Marco Estrada.
While Melissa Bishop captured much of the attention, other athletes from the Upper Ottawa Valley had an impressive showing at the recent Canadian Track and Field Championships in Ottawa.
LONDON — Usain Bolt was no longer stunning. He was just stunned.
I asked a Blue Jays executive a rather simple question about a month ago: When did Marcus Stroman become a jerk?