Jennifer Jones overwhelmed by praise from Colleen Jones Mountain of injuries can't stop Serwa from reaching podium It was a subtle gesture, but one that spoke volumes. Humphries, Moyse kept things loose en route to Olympics gold Seconds before they exploded down the track with an eye on gold, Canadian bobsled gold medallists Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse turned to each other and started singing. Out of this world day for Riddle after Shatner tweet If freestyle skier Mike Riddle didn't know who the best Captain of the Starship Enterprise was before, he certainly knows now. Not in their wildest dreams: Canadian curlers so close to... They grew up dreaming of things like becoming professional hockey players or veterinarians or even curling champions in their own countries. Morrison, Junio riding high on Canadian Olympic spirit As Gilmore Junio walked on to the stage inside Chekhov Hall at the main media centre Sunday, Denny Morrison walked over and pulled out a chair for his teammate. “I had to do that,” Morrison said with a laugh. Maelle Ricker's Sochi Olympics end in disaster Credit Maelle Ricker for her stoicism on what must have been one of the most difficult days of her life. 'Rainbow' key to Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir finding Sochi gold This ice dance thing is pretty easy. Apparently all you have to do to win the gold medal is to defy the laws of gravity and wait for the sun to break out after a rain storm. Patrick Chan didn't win Olympic silver, he lost gold On a sad and dreary night for men’s figure skating, Patrick Chan did not really win a silver medal. He lost gold. Fake photo of Dufour-Lapointe sisters sparks political... Fake photo of Dufour-Lapointe sisters sparks political row Junio should not be praised for giving spot to Morrison Junio should not be praised for giving up spot Chan's time to face Canadian Olympic figure skating curse Patrick Chan will skate for himself, his country, uphill against a torrent of history and circumstance in his attempt to mine Olympic gold. Hollingsworth enters Sochi Olympics with added perspective In Turin she made a point of enjoying the Olympic show, and with some carefree sliding to match that attitude, captured a bronze medal. Team silver helps, but Chan faces stiff competition in Sochi The day before the biggest skate of his life, Patrick Chan is in a good place. Dara Howell's Olympic gold draws cheers, tears in Huntsville The eruption shook the tables, floors and walls. Canadian curlers have plenty of support in Sochi Brent Laing travelled halfway around the world to do something he doesn't like -- watch curling. Alex Gough has shot to give Canada first Olympic luge medal Canada has never won a medal in luge at the Winter Olympics, even though the sport’s been part the Games since 1964. Marie-Michele Gagnon says she'll compete despite injury A Canadian skier dislocated her shoulder in a fall Monday – but vows to continue competing at the Sochi Games. Canadian men have chance to go 1-2 in Olympic moguls, too It may be shaping up as one of the best head-to-head battles in an individual sport at these Games. Russian slopestyler receives thousands of texts, sexts Despite failing to make this weekend’s slopestyle final, Russian snowboarder Alexey Sobolev has garnered most of the headlines after producing an ill-advised stunt the landed him thousands of texts, sexts and nude photos. Canada's Christine Nesbitt struggling to regain past form It is an unnatural Olympics for Canada's Christine Nesbitt. Nedved's 'strange' trip back to Olympics He tromped off the ice at the training rink in Bolshoy Ice Dome, his helmet pushed back on his head, sweat-drenched hair flecked with grey protruding from underneath the blue plastic. Canadian alpine skier Erik Guay craves spot on Sochi... By Erik Guay's estimation, there are 30 skiers who can hit the prized podium high up in the Caucasus Mountains following Sunday's men's downhill. Patrick Chan's early struggles in Sochi don't concern Skate... Skate Canada high performance director Michael Slipchuk is not about to write off Patrick Chan. Canadians continue to blast American Shaun White The light-hearted Canadian assault on halfpipe favourite Shaun White continued on Friday as extreme sport's biggest name was reduced to "who's he?" status.