Kristina Rutherford
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Why George Armstrong was the best captain the Maple Leafs ever had
Kristina Rutherford
George Armstrong, nicknamed Chief because of his Iroquois heritage, won four Stanley Cups in 12 years as Maple Leafs captain. And he led with both his play and his sense of humour.
Meet Steve Williams, who was with Tiger Woods when he was at his best
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Weird, wild and totally wicked: Stories from Guinness record holders
Kristina Rutherford
Guinness World Records has long been home to some of the most amazing — if unnecessary — feats of human physical achievement. Here, seven record holders tell their stories about why they decided to chase history and how they pulled it off.
Fearless on and off the ice, John Epping is just the star sport needs
Kristina Rutherford
John Epping would rather let his curling do the talking. But as the only openly gay star male athlete in major North American sports, he feels a responsibility to talk about his sexuality — and hopes his example will empower others.
How one of the NHL’s most gruesome injuries may have saved a life
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Meet Ty Tumminia, the NWHL Toronto franchise's chairman
Kristina Rutherford
Five players and a trio of executives have been named to the new NWHL Toronto franchise, including Ty Tumminia, who’ll serve as the team’s chairman. She’s the only name new to hockey circles. This is her story
Bernhard Langer's secret to staying young — and winning majors
Kristina Rutherford
Today would've been Masters Sunday, and while we can't watch the final round at Augusta, we can still ask the important questions. Like, how does two-time Masters champ Bernhard Langer keep himself in the competitive mix at 62? Turns out it's cake. Mostly, cake.
How to train for the Olympics when there might not be Olympics
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PGA Tour pro Adam Hadwin on self-isolation, motivation, fatherhood
Kristina Rutherford
Like everyone, Adam Hadwin is trying to live something of a normal life amid COVID-19. He discusses being a new dad, staying motivated to train, the weirdest Players Championship ever and more.