• Heart and sole

    A quick walk down Toronto’s Queen Street West shows that footwear–especially athletic footwear–has far outgrown its purpose as a necessity. Running shoes have transcended the realm...

  • The teams, the fans and the Holy Spirit

    A red bristol board at the main entrance of Redeemer University College reads ‘This Week in Ancaster’ in large hand-written bubble letters. Underneath that was...

  • Set for greatness

    The Mohawk women’s cross country team won eight straight titles from 1982 - ‘89. St. Clair has won four straight baseball championships dating back to the...

  • The art of freerunning: parkour

    Freedom can be simple. It’s walking up to the edge of the rail and staring down the barrel of your next trick and knowing the...

  • 50 years of OCAA

    Short shorts, low sneakers, afro hairstyles and a bunch of players trying to emulate Wilt ‘The Stilt’ Chamberlain – 50 years ago this is what...

  • From Pittsburgh, with love

    In Seattle, on a cold mid-January night in 1974, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, “Pistol” Pete Maravich and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar suited up for the NBA All-Star Game....

  • The come up: started from the recreational system

    On the night of the 2015-2016 OCAA Men’s Basketball Awards banquet, Jaz Bains sat confidently waiting for his name to be called, and it was...

  • The ‘foodie’ athlete

    An article in Men’s Health once claimed, Michael Phelps often eats three cheesy fried egg sandwiches, lettuce, mayonnaise, fried onions, two cups of coffee, a...

  • Going past 50

    George Brown College intramural/recreation coordinator Alex Barbier in 1968, but left in ‘69 for a NHL career. While playing for the LA Kings, Barbier had...

  • sweaty road trip: how far we’ll go

    Travelling with and documenting an OCAA team was an ambitious idea from the get-go. There wasn’t an easy way to go about it. Cambrian said...