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Pan Am Games medals unveiled

The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled the 2015 Toronto Pan Am Games medals on Tuesday morning. The medals, made with materials supplied by Barrick Gold, are the first to have braille on both the Parapan Am and Pan Am versions. The copper is from Chile, the silver from the Dominican Republic and the gold from Northern Ontario.

Placebo EPO boosts performance, study

Even thinking you’re doped can make you faster. Recent research on how the placebo effect improves race time found that […]

2014 Gastown Grand Prix in pictures

On Wednesday, July 9, top cyclists took to the streets of Vancouver’s Gastown neighbourhood for the 2014 Gastown Grand Prix. […]

2014 UBC Grand Prix in pictures

The men’s 2014 UBC Grand Prix gave spectators a master class in controlling a race. The lesson was provided by UnitedHealthcare, which swept the podium. On the women’s side, national champion Leah Kirchmann continued to find her way to the top-three.

WADA bans xenon gas

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced on Sunday that it is adding xenon gas to its list of banned substances. Xenon, […]

Crackdown on xenon doping in the works

The controversial drug of choice at the recent Sochi Olympics, xenon gas, is expected to be the target of an […]

Sudbury’s Second Avenue to get dedicated bike lanes

After public pushback at a meeting in early March that a renovation plan for Second Avenue in Sudbury, Ont., didn’t […]

The Commuter: Opus Bikes publishing five-part video series

Opus Bikes, a Montreal-based bicycle company, is releasing a five-part video series celebrating the diversity of interests and lifestyles within […]

Nanaimo group calls for new velodrome

A cycling advocacy group in Nanaimo, B.C., has renewed their calls to install a new outdoor velodrome in the city. […]

New doping test up to 1,000 times more effective

A team of researchers at the University of Texas in Arlington think they’ve developed a new method of doping test that […]

Ancaster rider beaten up in 2012 to receive restitution

A man who was convicted of beating up an Ancaster, Ont., triathlete in September of 2012 was handed a restitution […]

Louis Garneau to donate proceeds from his works of art to Rwandan Cycling Team

Cyclist and businessman Louis Garneau is presenting his new set of 12 works he has painted at an upcoming showing […]