SKELETON: Jane Channell, former SFU athlete, wins World Cup bronze in Germany

Former SFU student-athelte captures a bronze medal in Königssee, Germany. Continue reading SKELETON: Jane Channell, former SFU athlete, wins World Cup bronze in Germany

Former Alberta Panda, Alysia Rissling returns to Bobsleigh World Cup for a crucial season

Whistler, B.C.- When Alysia Rissling speeds down sliding tracks on the IBSF World Cup, and races for Canada at the Olympics, the screaming crowds, prying eyes, and grilling questions do not phase her. Although a bigger stage, it reminds her of playing at the U SPORTS National Championships, and with that, she is prepared.  Rissling, 32, transitioned to bobsleigh after finishing off a studded basketball … Continue reading Former Alberta Panda, Alysia Rissling returns to Bobsleigh World Cup for a crucial season

CPL: U SPORTS Draft going ahead despite no season

Toronto, ON- Despite no U SPORTS soccer season, the Canadian Premier League will still hold its annual  CPL-U SPORTS draft, selecting 16 players from Canadian universities. The league has had a partnership with U SPORTS since its inaugural 2019 season and has held a draft for the players since the 2018 U SPORTS men’s soccer championships in Vancouver, BC.  Usually, the draft takes place on … Continue reading CPL: U SPORTS Draft going ahead despite no season

BREAKING: MRU Cougars facing COVID-19 outbreak with 18 cases

Toronto, ON- 18 members of the Mount Royal Cougars Men’s Hockey program have tested positive for COVID-19. The entire roster and staff were tested prior to a now-cancelled matchup against Hockey Canada’s U20 team and suspended training when the first member experienced symptoms.  The games against the Canadian junior team were already called off after two players tested positive for the virus. The Canadian camp … Continue reading BREAKING: MRU Cougars facing COVID-19 outbreak with 18 cases