Archive for the ‘Olympics’ Category

How to Watch Online: Canada & USA Men’s Olympic Hockey Semi-Final

Friday, February 21st, 2014

The Canada / USA Men’s Olympic hockey semi-final will be one that many of you will be watching from your office cubicles. How can you watch the free online stream of Canada & USA? Easy:

Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony on TV: When and What Channel?

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

It took me a while to find this out, so I will pass this information on to you. I wanted to find out when the Opening Ceremony for the Sochi Winter Olympics was being broadcast – and on what channel. My research says…

Team Canada and Slovakia Men’s Hockey Semi Final

Friday, February 26th, 2010

Are you ready, Canada? Team Canada takes on Slovakia in Men’s Olympic hockey tonight (Friday February 26). The game is on at 9:30pm Eastern (6:30pm Pacific) and will be broadcast live on CTV. (more…)

Team Canada Schedule for the 2010 Olympics – Men’s Hockey

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Canadians are demanding Men’s Hockey gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver – rightfully so, in my opinion. To cheer on our Canadian Olympic hockey team, here’s your 2010 Men’s Olympic Hockey schedule for Team Canada: (more…)

Watch the Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony: Time, Date, Channel

Sunday, February 7th, 2010

Want to watch the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics opening ceremony? I had to look this up last night so here you have it: (more…)

Watch Team Canada Olympic Roster Announcement Online, Live!

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Stuck in your office but want to watch the Team Canada Olympic roster announcement live? No problem. While it seems every Canadian TV network is broadcasting the announcement live, there is at least one place where you can watch it live, online: CTV has will stream it live today at noon ET from I will see you there!

Update: If the video broadcast doesn’t work for you listen to it live online with streaming radio @

World Masters Games: The Games For Everyone

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Ever heard of the ‘World Masters Games’? I hadn’t either, until we received an email from Paul down in Australia (yes, Australia). Apparently the first World Masters Games was held in Toronto. So, what are the World Master Games? It’s for those ‘a bit older’ (‘To compete at the Sydney 2009 World Masters Games people need only satisfy their sport’s minimum age criterion, which is as low as 25 for diving and swimming and does not rise above 35 for any of the 28 sports.‘) And, you’ve got to be some sort of amazing athlete right? Not quite: ‘Anyone who meets the minimum age criterion for their sport can compete in the Sydney 2009 World Masters Games. Many sports competitions will be graded so as to provide competitors with the choice of participating seriously or socially.‘. Like the Olympics, it’s held every four years. In fact, many retired Olympic and professional athletes participate in the World Masters Games. So, sportaholiks, this could be something of interest to all of you. Paul put together these great videos from the Sydney 2009 World Masters Games. Enjoy:

Pumped? Check out the International Masters Games Association Web site and the Sydney 2009 World Masters Games Web site for more information.

Toronto Pan Am Games Presentation Videos

Friday, November 6th, 2009

No matter what you think of whether Toronto should be hosting the Pan Am Games (personally, I don’t think it’s popular enough to warrant the money being spent – the Olympics, different story) I think we can all agree that this video entitled ‘The Dream’, that was part of Toronto’s bid presentation, is pretty powerful.

The other one from the presentation not as great, in my opinion.

Via National Post