The Shift: Episode 17

In Episode 17 of The Shift, Kayla Grey goes 1-on-1 with RJ Barrett to chat about season expectations heading into his third season with the Knicks. Actress and Diggstown star Vinessa Antoine talks about her impact as one of the first Black women to lead a primetime show in Canada. Plus, Kayla weighs in on the Kyrie Irving vaccine saga and why it’s time for the Nets to move on.

WNBA

Four takeaways from an eventful 2021 WNBA season

The 2021 WNBA season came to a close on Sunday afternoon as the Chicago Sky completed their impressive run through the playoffs with their first championship in franchise history. Here are four takeaways to wrap up the 2021 season.

- Brianne Spiker
Four takeaways from an eventful 2021 WNBA season
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Canada's women racking up the achievements since winning soccer gold in Tokyo

Canada's women racking up the achievements since winning soccer gold in Tokyo

It has been over two months since we saw Canada’s women’s soccer team captivate the nation, taking home a historic gold medal at the Tokyo Games. It was a crowning achievement for the legend herself, Christine Sinclair, and several of her teammates also became household names, like Stephanie Labbé and Jessie Fleming. On Saturday, we’ll see the gang back together for the team’s Celebration Tour, beginning in Ottawa with a match against New Zealand. Lindsay Hamilton tells us what some of the players have been up to since winning gold.

Canada cracks FIFA's top 50 for first time since 1997

Canada cracks FIFA's top 50 for first time since 1997

After 24 years, Canada’s men’s national soccer team is back into the top 50 of the FIFA ranking. Canada was ranked 48th in the new rankings released Thursday after going unbeaten in three matches during the latest World Cup qualifying window.

Canada’s Olympic champion women’s soccer team making their impact felt

After winning gold at the Tokyo Games, the Canadian women’s soccer team is set to reunite for the Celebration Tour, with the series kicking off with two games against New Zealand starting in Ottawa on Saturday. Here’s a look at what the 22 Olympians have been up to since winning it all in August.

Canada’s Olympic champion women’s soccer team making their impact felt
- Meaghen Johnson
Canada’s Olympic champion women’s soccer team making their impact felt

The Shift: Georgia Simmerling

Georgia Simmerling, the first Canadian athlete to compete in three different sports in three different Olympic Games, joins The Shift’s Kayla Grey to discuss her starting an all-female sports agency and her passion for uplifting women’s sports as they continue to trend up and flourish.

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The Shift: Georgia Simmerling

Identity

The Shift: Damian Warner

Olympic gold medalist and Canadian flag-bearer Damian Warner joins Kayla Grey to talk about his new child, being honoured on the walk of fame, and his goal of helping to support food banks across Canada.

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The Shift: Damian Warner

The Shift: 1-on-1 with Adrian Wallace

The Shift's Keesha Chung goes 1-on-1 with award winning Toronto filmmaker Adrian Wallace to discuss his newest film "No James Harden" premiering at Reelworld Film Festival from October 20th - October 27.

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The Shift: 1-on-1 with Adrian Wallace

Features

Breakaway

The story of Maya Moore, who was one of the best basketball players in the world when she stepped away from the sport to fight for a man she believed was wrongly improsoned.

144

After the COVID-19 pandemic shut down sports, the WNBA created a single site at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida where 144 players across 12 teams played 147 games from July to October 2020. Directed by Lauren Stowell & Jenna Contreras, the documentary explores the season dedicated to social justice and all that the players overcame to get through it: the COVID-19 pandemic, the demands of activism, and the rigors of an unrelenting schedule.

ESPN SC: Kobe Bryant - The Legend, The Legacy

Looking back at the all-time great, his career, and impact after his retirement from the NBA. Featuring interviews with Pau Gasol, Sue Bird, Sabrina Ionescu, Jerry West, Snoop Dogg and Stephen A Smith.

TSN Original: Prince of the North

At 16, Elijah Fisher has all the makings of a high-level D1 talent. Could Elijah be Canada's next great NBA player? Rick Westhead has more in the TSN Original: Prince of the North.