Toronto Is the Nerdiest Wrestling City in the World
The one thing that doesn't waver in Toronto is the city's passion for professional wrestling. It has been one of the sport's major markets since the 1930s.
Thirty Years Strong: Nike Air Max Remains Iconic Sports Fashion Piece
Nike revolutionized the running shoe with its launch of the Air Max 1.
Olympian Mark McMorris Badly Injured in Backcountry Snowboarding Accident
McMorris, who suffered a ruptured spleen and multiple fractures, underwent two surgeries over the weekend and is recovering in a Vancouver hospital.
Sandy Tsagouris Stuck Through Low Paydays to Help Pave Way for Golden Era of Women's Boxing
The 36-year-old recent WIBA super featherweight champ keeps hustling to open doors for other female fighters, and is now looking for her next opponent.
Why Lance Stroll's Car Matters More Than His Skill in Rookie F1 Season
The deep-pocketed 18-year-old Canadian will make his much-anticipated F1 debut at the Australian Grand Prix this weekend.
Mental Health Advocate Andrew Jensen Delivers Pizzas While Trying to Restart Golf Career
Challenges with mental health sidetracked Jensen's golf career, but he refuses to quit. As he delivers pizzas in Ottawa, the 32-year-old is preparing to qualify for mini-tour events in Canada this summer.
Legendary Marathon Runner Ed Whitlock Dies at 86
Whitlock, who owns numerous world marathon records, lost his battle with prostate cancer a week after celebrating his 86th birthday.
How Montreal's Dark Side Shaped Tough-As-Nails Boxing Ref Michael Griffin
It's hard not to see Griffin's job as a metaphor for his life. The same qualities he praises boxing for instilling in people—how to operate under duress and overcome oneself—have been instrumental to his survival.
Tennis Ump Who Was Drilled in Face By Denis Shapovalov Has Surgery for Fractured Orbital Bone
Arnaud Gabas was unintentionally hit in the left eye by a frustrated Shapovalov during Davis Cup play last week.
We Spent a Week at Montreal's Pro Wrestling Torture Chamber
Dru Onyx runs the Torture Chamber Pro Wrestling Dojo in Montreal. He's worked with WWE stars Kevin Owens and Finn Balor to normal people with office jobs and pro wrestling aspirations. We went to Dru's gym to find out what it's all about.
Bret 'The Hitman' Hart Says He's Fully Recovered from Prostate Cancer
Take that, cancer.
Kenny Omega's Journey from Canadian Junior Hockey Goalie to Wrestling Superstar
Like many Canadians, Tyson Smith played hockey growing up. But his love for wrestling eventually took him to Japan, where he became Kenny Omega and the hottest thing in the world of wrestling.
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