Article written by Jordan Winnett Special to the Star on Thursday January, 24th 2013 MADRID—Canada basketball is not only on the rise in North America, it’s leading the Spanish league in scoring. Carl English, a 31-year-old St. Johns, Nfld., native, … Continue reading
Playing Through The Pain – NFL comes under fire over injuries and the medications players take to stay on the field. – by Dan Wiederer Minneapolis Star Tribune Click here to read article To understand the long-term effects of chronic … Continue reading
Athletes need to consume large amounts of acidifying protein and simple carbohydrates in order to meet energy demands, rebuild lean muscle tissue, and replenish glycogen stores. Increasing fruit and vegetable intake, as well as ‘green’ veggies and ‘green drinks’, is … Continue reading
By Joseph Hall – Toronto Star – August 15th, 2012 When Toronto’s Sasha Linauskas completes each round at the Ontario Summer Games golf tournament this week, she’ll do a lot more than sign her scorecard. She’ll have those scores subjected to statistical … Continue reading
Toronto Star Newspaper – August 2012. Perched atop the TD Waterhouse Tower, the Clinic for Sports Medicine at the Toronto Athletic Club (TAC) has a commanding view of the city. But the masters of the universe being treated here must be immune … Continue reading
Globe and Mail sports reporter Sean Gordon, May 5th 2012. Pro hockey, glamorous? There is drudgery, job stress, chronic fatigue, players caught up in a swirl of back-to-back games, vicious rivalries and the constant threat of injury. How do players … Continue reading
March 12th, 2012. Toronto Sun article. Click here to view full article.
Toronto Star Article, Published April 9th 2012 by Sports Reporter Joseph Hall Click here to view article