TORONTO—Sports fans in Toronto are expected to turn out in droves today as the city celebrates NBA champions, the Toronto Raptors. Players will ride through the city in open-air double-decker buses with Drake acting as a live action hood ornament.… Continue Reading
Sports is all about ritual. Eating the same breakfast. Putting on the right shoe first. Kissing a charm for good luck. On the day of the AFC title game, the owner of the New England Patriots carried out his own… Continue Reading
MINNEAPOLIS—The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl 52 on Sunday. With the win, God keeps his perfect record intact. “I can only give the praise to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Chirst,” said Eagles coach… Continue Reading
CANADA—A commercial that once inspired audiences to say awwwwww is now inciting annoyance and anger in viewers. “When I first saw that ad where the woman gives her sick child a soccer ball and the kid feels she’s just like… Continue Reading
U.S.A.—Sports enthusiasts who have been losing their shit over college basketball during the month of March will soon be faced with nothing to live for. Kentucky superfan Corb Bunsen talked to Mooseclean’s about coming to terms with the end of… Continue Reading
TORONTO—After Toronto FC lost the MLS Cup to the Seattle Sounders in a shootout, new parents and longtime soccer fans John and Anna Besh made a decision. “Look, if the format is good enough to decide a championship game, it’s… Continue Reading
Photo credit: Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CC BY 2.0) TORONTO—On November 27th, the 104th Grey Cup will be played at Toronto’s BMO Field. Here’s a game day primer for those of you who aren’t CFL fans.
After a couple or weeks in Rio, the Canadian Olympic Team enjoyed great success. The team finished tenth in the medal standings, including four Gold. We had some great contributors with great futures ahead: see Penny Oleksiak and Andre De… Continue Reading
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL—The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics are mired in uncertainty. Concerns about pollution, crime and a lack of preparedness have plagued the Games. Now, a top IOC official has admitted that awarding the Olympics to Brazil had more… Continue Reading
Cameron: “I was right.” (Photo: Lee Davy) LONDON—The nation that voted to stand alone on June 23 is now having doubts. After England lost 2-1 to Iceland in the tournament of 16, many fear the UK may not be the juggernaut some proclaimed it to be.