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2012 London Olympics

Canadian men's wheelchair basketball team wins gold at London Paralympic Games

BC celebrates the hometown heroes on Canada's gold-medal winning wheelchair basketball team.

Olympic medalist and SFU student Jasmin Glaesser shares pre-race rituals

Jasmin Glaesser, a 19-year-old SFU computer science student, shares her pre-race rituals and a technicality that almost kept her out of the Olympics.

Wrestler Carol Huynh brought home Olympic bronze. Was it good enough?

Four years ago in Beijing, BC native Carol Huynh catapulted to success when she made history with Canada's first gold medal in women's wrestling and the first Canadian gold of the games. During the...

Canadians strut their stuff at 2012 London Olympics: slideshow

At the 2012 London Games, Canadian officials and athletes get ready to shine...or at least to have a good time.  As usual, former British Columbia Premier Gordon Campbell is at the centre of...

Vogue's June issue botches effort to show women as serious athletes

Olympic athletes Hope Solo and Serena Williams are pictured running on either arm of their fellow Olympian, Ryan Lochte, on the June cover of Vogue (U.S. edition) magazine.

USA stomps Canada in CONCACAF Final but Vancouver's heart shines

With some practice, training, strategy and continuous support from their fans Canada has six months to get ready to come back with a vengeance and show the world what it means to be Canadian.

London riots: UK burns as violence spreads across nation

It's anarchy in the UK. Although police calmed London, riots have spread across the country to Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool. Although Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron...