After a rought start to 2017, the UFC delivered its first truly great pay-per-view card of the year on Saturday night.
Derrick Lewis and Francis Ngannou will surely end up squaring off in the octagon before their UFC careers are done.
Stipe Miocic promised his fight with Junior dos Santos wasn’t going to go five rounds.
The South Simcoe Rebel Rollers held their fourth annual Star Wars season opener on Saturday at the Holly Recreation Centre in Barrie.
For Adrian VanderHelm, no obstacle has proven big enough to stop him from hitting the wall first.
Maria Sharapova’s reward for advancing to the second round of the Madrid Open on Sunday is a match against Eugenie Bouchard, one of the most outspoken players against the Russian’s return after a doping ban.
A trainer and jockey accustomed to success. A headstrong horse with a mind of its own. Together, they harnessed their collective talents to win the Kentucky Derby.
Eliud Kipchoge was 26 seconds from making history on Saturday but the Olympic champion finished just short of becoming the first person to run a marathon in less than two hours.
Orillia was the centre of the wrestling universe Friday - at least for local elementary school-aged students.
The Orillia Secondary School (OSS) hosted an all-day inter-school badminton championship at its gymnasium Tuesday.
A pair of local athletes will represent Orillia and Canada at the upcoming Intercontinental Team Championship in South Africa. Nic Langman and Jessica McCutcheon have been selected for the Canadian National Amateur Kickboxing team that will compete at the prestigious event this summer.
Tennis ace Serena Williams is pregnant.
Sen. Nancy Greene Raine, Canada’s most decorated ski racer, is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer.
Some things are worth the wait.
Daniel Cormier said Anthony Johnson couldn’t beat him. The light-heavyweight champion backed up his words on Saturday night at UFC 210.
OSHAWA - Allison Marshall, of Orillia, was named a Durham College athlete of the year at their 47th annual Athletic Banquet Thursday night at the General W. Sikorski Polish Hall in Oshawa.
The Armstrong triplets took the top three spots in the Leadline Division at the Rushmount Hunter/Jumper Horse Show in Orillia on Saturday.
Canada’s ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have captured their third world figure skating title.
Kaetlyn Osmond's story is one of a remarkable comeback, and doubts of recovery so deep that she wondered if she'd ever skate again.