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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


Celebrating the Legacy of Glasgow 2014

Commonwealth Week is the perfect time for the Big Lottery Fund in Scotland to celebrate and share the successes of its Commonwealth Games Legacy investments. 91 more words


2014 Communities leaves its mark

It was the first dedicated fund in Scotland aimed at creating a lasting legacy from the Glasgow 2014 Games and today, six years on, 2014 Communities… 235 more words


National Honours: Stakeholders Fault FG'S Snub Of Toriola’s

AS the federal government honoured selected athletes with national honours on Monday in Abuja, sports stakeholders believe the exploits of table tennis’ star, Segun Toriola and others should also be considered for recognition. 561 more words


Abhinav Bindra: What he said, really meant and definitely didn't

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Abhinav Bindra

What he said:

“In shooting, you need to be dumb. You people think differently, but I’m telling you that I have become dumb.

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Catharine Pendrel returns to the top of the world

Catharine Pendrel is on top of the world again.

The Olympic mountain biker won gold in the elite women’s field at the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships on Saturday in Hafjell, Norway. 281 more words

Coach of 17 Year Old Chika Amalaha Reveals Why She Tested Positive to Drugs

17 year old Nigerian weightlifter Chika Amalaha made Nigeria proud as the first athlete to win gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games held in Glasgow, UK. 116 more words