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Canadian Olympic medalist canoer Mark Oldershaw and his wife, Olympic swimmer Annamay Pierse recently became parents to Josephine, who was born 14 weeks prematurely, and they're finding the change in their rigid training routines to be a pretty tricky adjustment.
When the daughter you've been driving to ballet class every Saturday for 12 years tells you she wants to focus on the history of dance as her $20,000 a year university major, you might pause and point out the successful engineers you know. Most parents push academic over athletic when push comes to shove.
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TORONTO - The medals, the tears and the pride may be what most Canadians remember from the Olympics, but when the glory fades, athletes need to plan for retirement, just like everyone else.A recent po...
Once the Olympic Games get started tomorrow in Sochi, Canadians won't be able to help but be glued to their screens to watch the action unfold in Russia. And while we know plenty of stars will emerge...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Now that you've been watching the world's top athletes compete in London, you may be inspired to go out and pursue your own sport at, um, less than an Olympic level. But even without...
My goodness it's almost here! This is not the time to hold on to what you have gained -- it is the time to keep improving. Imagine if you could improve one half a per cent per week between now and when your event starts -- what would that mean for your performance?
What does it take to make an Olympian? Sure, there's the impossible workouts and the impossible-to-achieve diets. But before all that starts, there's the support of the family that lead these Olympian...
The June cover of Vogue, featuring Team USA, has been compared to a scene from the popular TV show, Baywatch. Somehow, even to a mainly female audience, the women athletes in Vogue aren't given the chance to pose as the powerful athletes they are, but are toned down to conform to harmless stereotypes.