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Kidsplaining figure skating featuring Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir and Patrick Chan
Samuel Girard started his skating career at age 4
Kristina Groves knows what it's like to compete against cheaters
Match Wrap: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga rallies to beat Denis Shapovalov at Australian Open
Scott Moir: 'We're marching side by side with all these athletes.'
Game Wrap: Maple Leafs blow late lead, fall to Blues in OT
5 Things about Max Parrot
Tessa Virtue: 'It was such thrilling and unexpected news'
Virtue and Moir: 'This is undoubtedly the pinnacle of our career'
Scott Russell: 'This is a historic first and I think people will accept this choice overwhelmingly'
Victor Davis: Body and soul
He had the long frame and the big hands and feet essential to dominating the sport of swimming. But it was the fire within Victor Davis that made the late breaststroker a Canadian legend.
Canadian way: Our greatest gift to sport
Canada's most significant contribution to sport may not be any game invented, superstar personality, gold medal, or championship won, according to CBC Sports host Scott Russell. In fact, it could be that this nation gathers people together instead of driving them apart.
Fanny 'Bobbie' Rosenfeld: An icon for all ages
Olympic champion Fanny "Bobbie" Rosenfeld wasn't just a Canadian track star, she also left a legacy that few athletes in this country could ever equal.
Babe Ruth: Made in Canada?
He was born in Baltimore and played his most famous years for the New York Yankees, but America's greatest baseball legend was built with plenty of Canadian parts.
The Villeneuves: In the name of the father
Harry Jerome: Race against time
Northern Dancer: Canadian stallion
Tom Longboat: A man called Everything
Barbara Ann Scott: Queen of the ice
The Richard Riot: Going down swinging
Nancy Greene: Ahead by a century