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The Sincy Snub (Again!)

News came out last week announcing the shortlists of the FIFA awards. If you’re a Canadian women’s national soccer team (CANWNT) fan, you probably noticed someone missing from the list. 2,651 more words

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Why FIFA player of the year nominee Sinclair is awesome

If you’re a Team Canada football (or soccer) fan, chances are you think Christine Sinclair is pretty awesome.

However, Canadians aren’t the only ones who’ve caught onto Sinclair’s greatness. 546 more words

Christine Sinclair, Canadian soccer teammates unite off the pitch to spread their game across the country

TORONTO — They were the heart of one of the greatest and most storied Canadian teams in history, and now they’ve formed a proper company — iS4 — to better teach the joys and rewards of teamwork to the nation. 764 more words


Soccer star and Olympic medallist Christine Sinclair teaches Calgary's youth new skills

It was the opportunity of a lifetime for young soccer players.

Kids, cleats and many a soccer ball filled the Calgary West Soccer Centre for a rare opportunity to meet celebrated striker Christine Sinclair, captain of the national women’s soccer team. 359 more words

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Calgary youth get chance to train with Christine Sinclair

Canada’s most dominant soccer player will be sharing her incredible skills during a one-day clinic with young players.

Christine Sinclair, captain of the national women’s team, is the star attraction at the Allstate High Performance Soccer Clinic on Oct. 310 more words

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Stu Cowan: Canadian soccer star Rhian Wilkinson's goal is to inspire others

There really is something special about the power of an Olympic medal.

Rhian Wilkinson has two of them as a member of the Canadian women’s soccer team at both the London and Rio Olympics. 942 more words


A litany of the good, the bad and the most memorable moments of the Rio Olympic Games


And, we’re off

Despite huge cuts to its production budget due to the state’s financial crisis, the opening ceremony for Rio 2016 still managed to dazzle, telling the story of Brazil and its people while making an overt pitch for environmentalism straight out of an episode of The Nature of Things. 2,053 more words