As the UFC’s women’s strawweight division has grown and evolved over the past three years, Randa Markos has been right in the middle of it all.
The date Jan. 18, 1971 and Ivan Koloff will forever be connected
Georges St. Pierre is back.
The high-flying Twin Lakes Thunderbirds are queens of the high-school volleyball court.
Athletes from Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School captured the school's first-ever Georgian Bay Secondary School Association wrestling championship this week, edging out their local rival to garner the regional crown.
The passing of George "The Animal" Steele at age 79 did not come as a surprise.
Eugenie Bouchard is not one to welch on a bet.
It appears that — finally — Georges St. Pierre is returning to the UFC.
The Orillia Channel Cats Swim Club recently attended the Orangeville Winter Qualifier Invitational.
The Lou Marsh Trophy is awarded every December – usually amid much controversy – to Canada’s top athlete, amateur or professional.
Speed skater Ivanie Blondin is accustomed to life as one of Canada’s early medal favourites for the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Chavo Guerrero Jr. announced today that his father, Chavo Guerrero Sr. -- or Chavo Classic as he was known as in WWE while accompanying his son to the ring -- died from liver cancer on Feb. 11. He was 68.
Almost 200 local athletes are ready for their big moment in the white-hot spotlight. With music from the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s providing the soundtrack, members of the Orillia Figure Skating Club (OFSC), wearing hand-crafted costumes, will strut their stuff – on skates – at Jukebox Saturday Night Feb. 25 at Rotary Place.“Our skaters really look forw
Orillia's Stephen Graham, one of the most decorated Canadian speed skaters in Special Olympics history, will be looking to mine more gold in Austria next month when he competes in the 2017 World Winter Games.
Canada’s Brady Leman won silver at a ski cross World Cup on Saturday.
Legendary professional wrestler Bret 'The Hitman' Hart says he’s 100% recovered and back in the gym a year after surgery for prostate cancer.
Allison Marshall, of Orillia, joined the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) women's volleyball 1,000-point club recently in Durham College's 3-0 victory over the Centennial Colts.
Long before Brianne Theisen-Eaton became an Olympic heptathlete, the Saskatchewan teen mastered the hurdles on a makeshift track in the gravel alley behind her house in Humboldt.