Gare Joyce
@garejoycenhl
Gare Joyce’s work has appeared in every publication from the New York Times to Canadian Hairdresser. He has written about a dozen books including The Code (a mystery novel that inspired the TV series Private Eyes) and The Wealthy Dentist (a tax-advice parable that allowed dental practitioners to extract your dental bills and fill unnumbered Swiss bank accounts). He has written about sports for 30 years and wandered over here from ESPN The Magazine.
In the spiritual home of greyhound racing as the sport dies out
Gare Joyce
Florida is the place greyhound racing matters most. But with a state ban set to come into effect, those who love the sport are being forced to say their goodbyes.
Sidney Crosby is only Cole Harbour’s second-best hockey story
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WrestleMania saved best for last with Rousey, Flair, Lynch finale
Gare Joyce
Much was made of WrestleMania's main event being an all-woman affair, as if the WWE were somehow undertaking a risk, doing something daring, even progressive. Truth is, the question isn’t whether wrestling fans would buy in but whether the rest of the world is ready for it.
Bret Hart attack casts shadow over Hart Foundation's Hall of Fame moment
Gare Joyce
It's a shame the Hart Foundation's Hall of Fame induction will be remembered more for Brett Hart being attacked than any words that were said.
Lindsay knew fighting for players' rights would hurt, but he did anyway
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Welcome to Cauliflower Alley, where pro wrestling is all too real
Gare Joyce
Ever wonder what happens when a bunch of old, beat-up wrestlers get together? We did. So we went to the Cauliflower Alley Club reunion in Las Vegas.
Black History Month: When Milt Ottey jumped, Canada soared
Gare Joyce
Once Milt Ottey stumbled into the high jump, he flew like few others before him. We talked to the Canadian track legend about his life in sport.
Six years, five leagues, one hockey dream. Meet Ivan Bondarenko.
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Why hockey's most famous hazing incident hasn't broken Akim Aliu
Gare Joyce
More than 13 years after paying the price for refusing to participate in a hazing ritual, Akim Aliu is still fighting for his NHL dreams. This is his story.