FIFA player reaches the highest division in the game using his feet
James Toland from Scotland has reached the highest possible division in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team by using the controller with his feet. Toland was born with Thrombocytopenia-absent radius (TAR) syndrome, a rare disorder that is present at birth. It is a disorder characterized by low levels of platelets in... Read more
Podcast: Faster, Higher, Stronger – Together… already? Thomas Hall and Devin Heroux talk back-to-back Olympics
For the first time since the Summer and Winter Olympics began alternating every two years in the 1990s, the athletic world is set to have two Games very close together as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic pushing back Tokyo 2020 to this past summer. Those Olympics just wrapped... Read more
Skedlive for Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021
Video: Toronto Argonauts clinch playoff spot, prepare to host CFL eastern final
The Toronto Argonauts have clinched the top position in the eastern division of the CFL. The Argos defeated rivals the Hamilton Tiger-Cats by 31-12 at BMO Field on Friday, Nov. 12 to win a playoff birth. They finish their regular season with a 9-5 record. Up next, the Argos... Read more
Unique Canadian Premier League season ends, with playoffs up next
The 2021 Canadian Premier League regular season was another strange one for the fledgling soccer league, in just its third year. After the 2020 season was shortened to a month-long tournament-style format in a bubble in PEI, the league was committed to delivering a full season this year, and... Read more
Skedlive cast for Thursday, Nov. 11
Humber golfers pick up five medals at nationals, including women’s team gold
Humber’s golf team picked up the school’s first national sports medals of the year, winning five at the shortened CCAA event at the Ambassador Golf Club in Windsor, Ontario held between Oct. 11 and Oct. 15. Hayley McCallum and Madison Ouellette tied for second place in the women’s individual... Read more
Atletico Madrid comeback against 10-men AC Milan
Atletico Madrid came back from 1-0 down to beat former UEFA Champions League winners AC Milan 2-1, leaving Milan fans angry about the refereeing decisions made during the match. The defending La Liga champions visited Milan’s home of San Siro and conceded a 20th-minute goal through Portuguese winger Rafael... Read more
“It’s my way of paying it forward”: Former Humber Hawk prepares for 60 km charity run
After a five-year varsity sports career at Humber College, 2020 graduate Andrew Blakey is set to take on his biggest athletic challenge yet. The former Humber Hawks baseball and volleyball star is set to run from Kleinburg, a town just north of Toronto, to Barrie on November 6 in... Read more
Focus on Beijing Olympics shifts from sports to pressing political issues
The 2022 Olympics, set to take place in Beijing, China in February, are surrounded by controversy and concerns about the policies and actions of the host nation’s government. Some Canadians want a boycott of the games to protest the International Olympic Committee (IOC) granting legitimacy to the Chinese government... Read more