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The Rugby World Cup is one of the most anticipated events on the sporting calendar and the competition is due to get underway on September 18th. The draw has been done and each group looks competitive but Pool B, aside from South Africa, could be the closest of them all. We take a look at each
Organizers of the 2015 Honda Indy Toronto are pleased to announce that local Canadian race car driver and mayor of Hinchtown, James Hinchcliffe, will serve as the Grand Marshal for the marquee Verizon IndyCar Series race taking place Sunday, June 14. Hinchcliffe was recently medically cleared to
It’s one of the biggest events in the sporting calendar and a fixture of the British summer. The Epsom Derby is just around the corner. There are few races which can compare to this highlight of the flat racing season for both heritage and sheer racing excitement. There is every
The Grand National is the biggest horse race in the world, and is watched by millions of people all over the United Kingdom. Many people enjoy a flutter on National Day, which is Saturday 11th April this year, and enjoy watching the horses compete over 4 miles and 3 furlongs at Aintree. Over the
Just a few weeks remain now until the Jeux de Canada Games 2015.
Established in 1967, the games were the first large sporting event ever to feature 1,800 athletes from 10 provinces and two territories to compete in 15 sports, and have continued to take place bi-annually ever since
Ontario's largest annual sporting event moves to June 12–14
Honda Indy Toronto is returning to the streets of downtown Toronto in 2015 and will take place June 12-14, instead of its traditional July dates. The announcement comes after an extended period of negotiations and coordination between all
Supporters alike stood for a moment of silence to honour the lives of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent, Canada’s two soldiers who were lost on home soil earlier this week at the Final of Rugby in Ontario.
Rugby Ontario also welcomed Paul Calandra, Member of the Canadian
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