Canadaâ€™s top athletes take on the Commonwealth in Scotland
By Louise Hodgson-Jones
The road to Rio will run through Glasgow for many of Canadaâ€™s top summer athletes.
The Barkley Marathons is a brutal test of endurance through the unforgiving Tennessee mountains
By NICKI REHN
In a tiny state park tucked away in the Tennessee hills, there is an obscure race that has stolen my heart and soul. I have stood at the start line of the Barkley Marathons twice, but I have never finished, and I probably never will. In fact, in its 28-year history no woman has ever finished. It is the impossible race and I am inexplicably hooked.
Via ferrata take hikers high into mountain adventures
By Carolyne Kauser-Abbott
With Weak knees and short breaths, a harness snug around your hips, you grip two metal bars on a steep rock face and gaze at the breath-taking views below.
Claraâ€™s Big Ride Bringing Big Change
Retired Olympic starâ€™s 12,000K cycling journey gets Canada talking about mental health
By JUDY MONCHUK
Six-time Olympian Clara Hughes apparently didnâ€™t get the memo that retirement means slowing down.
Fleet Feet Keep Marathoner One Step Ahead of Addiction
By LAUREN McGILLVRAY
There was a time when, desperate for his next fix, Shawn Davies would break into a run on the way to his dealerâ€™s house in downtown Toronto. Heâ€™d hope for cocaine but if that wasnâ€™t available, heâ€™d take what he could get. Davies still runs Torontoâ€™s streets, but now he pushes toward a different destination, with the legs and lungs of a healthy athlete.