Whose side are they really on?
The Olympian opens up about her dark childhood: anorexia, cutting and her troubled abusive mother
No Canadian man has ever skied his way to an Olympic cross-country medal. Can Russian-born Ivan Babikov be our first?
In this issue of Maclean’s, the Olympian opens up about her dark childhood, anorexia, cutting and her abusive mother
‘I wouldn’t change Whistler,’ Olympian says. ‘I was humanized.’
Who they picked, who they left on the shelf and why it will matter
OTTAWA – Overseers of Canada’s elite athletes are boosting efforts to curb doping in amateur sports.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport has launched an anonymous snitch line where…
Canada, straining for gold
The week in review: Olympic wrestlers and real-life superheroes
By Daniel James Brown
OTTAWA – Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird denounced Russia’s controversial new anti-gay law as hateful Thursday, saying it could incite violence.
In an exclusive interview with The Canadian Press, Baird…
VANCOUVER – A lawyer representing two women who allege former Vancouver Olympic CEO John Furlong abused them while he was a teacher decades ago has launched a formal complaint, accusing…
At the intersection of sports, politics and human rights
Manisha Krishnan explains why the #DumpStoli campaign is hard to swallow
And the case for boycotting the Sochi Olympics
Jonathon Gatehouse on Alexandre Despatie’s retirement, an unplanned ending for the diving star
Sweet memories Vancouver Olympics now soured