Interested in what others say about the future of amateur in Canada? You've come to the right place. Here you'll find some of the most informed columnists in the country and, just to show how much we believe in freedom of expression, you'll also come across some downright wacky ideas from people we couldn't disagree with more, but that's the way we like it.
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Extreme sadness from an extreme sport
Extreme sadness from an extreme sport Canada.com When Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili died at the Vancouver Olympics in 2010, he was on the fastest course ever devised, and there were warnings.
» by Post Media - BC; Posted on March 11, 2012
Russell: Spreading Olympic Games message
The 2012 London Olympics are less than six months away and three Canadian athletes spread the message of the modern Games to a Toronto public school minus the bravado, writes CBCSports.ca's Scott Russell.
» by CBC; Posted on January 25, 2012
Russell: The legend of Kitzbuhel
Since 1931, and more importantly since the World Cup of alpine skiing began in 1967, a downhill ski race which descends the treacherous Kitzbuhel mountain gave rise to a fable of gigantic proportions, writes CBC Sports Weekend host Scott Russell.
» by CBC; Posted on January 19, 2012
Canadians barely breaking a sweat
It's great fun for the home crowd to cheer on their team and all, but isn't the pathway to the playoffs at the IIHF world junior hockey championship meant to be rather more challenging for Canada than it has turned out to be?
» by Post Media News; Posted on December 30, 2011
Reed: A Canadian soccer snapshot of 2011
A new Canadian MLS franchise, the FIFA Women's World Cup and a Canadian team reaching the CONCACAF Champions League quarter-finals all combined to make 2011 a memorable year for Canadian soccer.
» by CBC; Posted on December 24, 2011
Patrick Chan said nothing wrong – in fact he's dead right
Let's face it, very few people eve knew or cared there was a Grand Prix Final in Quebec City this week before Chan's comments created a stir. As for not being appreciated in his own country, he's got some very good company – almost all of his fellow Olympians.
» by Toronto Star; Posted on December 9, 2011