An Eventful US Open: The Future of Canadian Tennis is Here

The Canadian Open may have finished several weeks ago, but the young Canadians are still taking over this Open. In what has been one of the most scintillating US Opens in recent history, the Canadian representation at this Grand Slam has not disappointed. If you ever had any doubts about the future of Canadian tennis,Continue reading “An Eventful US Open: The Future of Canadian Tennis is Here”

The NHL is Headed to Beijing!

After speculation and anticipation, the NHL and the NHLPA have come to an agreement with the IIHF which is set to send NHLers to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China. This will be the sixth time that the NHL has participated in the Games. While the NHL has built the Olympic break intoContinue reading “The NHL is Headed to Beijing!”

Women’s Gymnastics All-Around Final Recap

One of the most anticipated events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games was the women’s all-around gymnastics final. With 2016 champion and 2020 favourite, Simone Biles out of the competition, it was anyone’s gold to win. In the first rotation, USA’s Jade Carey and Sunisa Lee put up impressive scores on vault with a 15.200Continue reading “Women’s Gymnastics All-Around Final Recap”

Shot Clock Summaries: Olympic Men’s Basketball, Team USA Edition

After a rocky start, Team USA is looking to get back on track in Tokyo. Though they’ve only played two games so far, each one has had a different look. After a frustrating loss to France, they were able to bounce back against Iran. Shot Clock Summaries is here to give you some key takeawaysContinue reading “Shot Clock Summaries: Olympic Men’s Basketball, Team USA Edition”

Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final

Monday was an exciting day in Tokyo as the men’s artistic gymnastics team final took place. This was the first medal event for artistic gymnastics so far in these games and it was a day full of intense competition and emotion. The event began at 7 PM JST and rotation 1 saw Japan and ChinaContinue reading “Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team Final”

USWNT’s Early Morning Snooze Fest for Second Place

If you slept through the USA vs. Australia game, you didn’t miss much. The match ended in a 0-0 draw, and both sides seemed to be content with the result. With the tie the USWNT clinched second place in Group G. Australia finished third and will also move on into the elimination round based onContinue reading “USWNT’s Early Morning Snooze Fest for Second Place”

Tennis in Tokyo: Women’s Quarterfinals Preview, Men’s Third Round

Tennis in Tokyo has been moving along with some upsets and quick matches. The women are set to begin their quarterfinals tonight, meanwhile, the men are just beginning the third round. Catch up with all the action and what to expect right here. Women’s Singles Quarterfinal Matchup #1: Pavlyuchenkova vs Bencic The first quarterfinal matchContinue reading “Tennis in Tokyo: Women’s Quarterfinals Preview, Men’s Third Round”

Tennis in Tokyo: Young WTA Stars Shine, Top ATP Players Dominate

Tennis in Tokyo may have turned some of us into nocturnal human beings, but if you’re just catching up in the morning, we’ve got you covered on the women’s and men’s side. Young Canadian Leylah Fernandez was the first Canadian to go through while Felix Auger- Aliassime bowed out, and we had some familiar facesContinue reading “Tennis in Tokyo: Young WTA Stars Shine, Top ATP Players Dominate”

British Grand Prix Recap

Lewis Hamilton won a controversial British Grand Prix. The controversy happened on Lap 1 when Hamilton and Max Verstappen came together at the high speed corner, Copse. Verstappen was running on the outside and slightly ahead of Hamilton, when Lewis missed the apex of the turn and clipped Max’s rear right tire. This collision causedContinue reading “British Grand Prix Recap”

British GP: Sprint Qualifying Recap

Max Verstappen won the very first Sprint “don’t call it a race” Qualifying. He was on fire (his breaks were literally on fire) at the start of the race, quickly getting past Lewis Hamilton and continued his momentum to a victory. In the early laps of the race, Verstappen and Hamilton were neck-and-neck at everyContinue reading “British GP: Sprint Qualifying Recap”