Stephen Brunt
With more than 30 years of experience in sports media, author and award-winning journalist Stephen Brunt has seen and covered it all. Currently a columnist for sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine, Brunt covers a wide range of sports on a daily basis, including baseball, boxing and hockey.
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Andreescu's storybook U.S. Open run stands alone in Canadian sports lore
Stephen Brunt
As a country, Canada has entered uncharted territory. You can start searching for comparables, but they just aren’t really there. Because emotionally, even if it might never be so sweet and fresh and beautiful again, there’s nothing to dread here. Instead sit back, savour what we’ve just witnessed, and imagine the journey to come.
Remember the Year of Kawhi as a perfect sports fable
Stephen Brunt
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Why Christine Sinclair has unfinished business at the 2019 World Cup
Stephen Brunt
Leading the most talented Canadian roster ever after two decades of battling for her country, Christine Sinclair's to-do list for the 2019 Women's World Cup is hard to top.
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Charlie Montoyo's hard-fought road to the Blue Jays dugout
Stephen Brunt
Stephen Brunt traces the gripping, grinding and, at times, terrifying path that took Charlie Montoyo from the diamonds of small-town Puerto Rico to the manager's seat in Toronto.
Despite a love of the games, there's no love lost for the Games
Stephen Brunt
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Modern treatment of doping casts Ben Johnson in new light
Stephen Brunt
It's been 30 years since Ben Johnson was caught cheating at the Seoul Olympics. And for better or worse, the story resonates differently now.
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On the ground in the kingdom of the Guerreros
Stephen Brunt
A Hall of Famer living as the lion of Dominican baseball. A top prospect still hungry for his father’s approval. Stephen Brunt deciphers the complicated relationship between Vladimir Guerrero Sr. and his son, Vlad Jr.
Canada will ride enormous wave of soccer support into 2026 World Cup
Stephen Brunt
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Big Read: Bruce McNall, the man who 'made hockey cool'
Stephen Brunt
Hollywood heavyweight. NHL visionary. Convicted felon. The legacy of Bruce McNall — who brought Wayne Gretzky to L.A. — is, well, it's complicated.