Sara Poraria: Systemic sexual abuse of female athletes
I am a sports journalist working at The Parleh Media co. I have recently graduated from Humber College obtaining my bachelor of journalism degree.  I have been a sports enthusiast since I can remember, playing soccer my entire life. There was no way I wasn’t going to incorporate sport into... 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
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
Skedlive for Thursday, Sept. 30
Sheriff Tiraspol win in Madrid focal point of second Champions League matchday
Another busy week of UEFA Champions League matches wrapped up on Wednesday, and featured a pair of major upsets. The most notable result came in Madrid, as Moldovan side Sheriff Tiraspol headed to the Spanish capital for a match with Real Madrid, where the winner seemed like a foregone... Read more
Blue Jays beat Yankees, remain one game back in wild card race
An eighth inning home run from Bo Bichette was the difference on Wednesday night, as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the New York Yankees 6-5, keeping them in the hunt for an American League wild card spot. Marcus Semien’s first inning home run got the Blue Jays off to... Read more
Jacob White: The keys to a sports branding hat trick
Jacob is an aspiring journalist who has a passion for sports and politics. He went down to New Hampshire to cover the 2020 Democratic primary, covering rallies and talking to voters. He has also interned at Healthy Debate and Daily Hive, where he has written hundreds of articles ranging... Read more
Nimrit Singh: Professional sports and activism
Nimrit Singh is a journalist and writer interested in all things sports, from playing sports to writing sports on The Hockey Writers where he covers the Chicago Blackhawks. Like many sports fans, we saw something that we never saw before this past summer from all major sports being shut down indefinitely to... Read more
Christian Holmes:          Staying the trip – a view into horse racing’s future
Christian Holmes is a sports writer with a passion for sports betting and playing the horses. His Twitter followers know him as the “proprietor of the #BetOfTheDay tweet” and the host of “A Word” sports betting podcast. He also lends his hand as an editor for Last Word on... Read more
Top-seed Ashleigh Barty set for semis at Miami Open
(REUTERS) – The top-seeded 24-year-old Australian player Ashleigh Barty beat seventh-seeded Aryna Sabalenka of Belarus 6-4, 6-7 (5), 6-3. The match on Tuesday marked the first time Barty has played a top-10-ranked opponent in over a year. Barty is set to face the fifth-seeded Elina Svitolina of Ukraine in... Read more