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Funeral for Daundre Barnaby to be held in Mississauga

Canadian sprinter Daundre Barnaby’s passing shocked the national sport landscape when the 24-year-old drowned during training camp at St. Kitts in late March.

Barnaby had become a Canadian citizen in time for… 138 more words

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Three Olympic medallists lead trampoline team to Toronto 2015

The four athletes who will represent Team Canada in trampoline at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games were named by Gymnastics Canada on Thursday, three of whom have won five Olympic medals. 174 more words

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Rowing to running, retired Olympian Urbaniak remains active

This story is part of an Olympic.ca series on running called Canada Runs.

From the obvious equipment and element variations to the types of bodies that dominate each sport, distance running and rowing couldn’t be any more different. 485 more words

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Sprinters' paradise: 8 best tracks for fast times

This story is part of an Olympic.ca series on running called Canada Runs.

So you want to run fast. Maybe set a world record. Well, it’ll take more than pure athletic ability. 1,052 more words

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Canadian sprinters ready for global resurgence

This story is part of an Olympic.ca series on running called Canada Runs.

Canada has a rich Olympic sprinting history. However, long spells of success in athletics have been elusive for the nation as major achievements often followed a period of lull. 1,519 more words

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Shuttlecock measuring: badminton's new frontier

Stats in sports have gone from an action companion to entertainment in and of itself, and badminton is about to join the fun.

Starting with the… 173 more words

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VOTE: Shawn Barber up for top amateur athletics award

Canadian sport fans should familiarize themselves with Shawn Barber, and a good way to do that is by voting for him to win the AAU Sullivan award. 195 more words

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