The Spanish soccer federation (RFEF) wants Spain coach Vicente del Bosque to remain in the job despite the team's failure at the World Cup in Brazil, according to secretary general Jorge Perez.
Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo is showing no signs of any trouble with his left knee and is jumping and shooting as usual, teammate Miguel Veloso said Thursday.
Cameroon is investigating the headbutting incident between two of their own players in Wednesday's loss to Croatia but look unlikely to make any findings before they play their last game against Brazil on Monday.
Super Mario wants a smooch from Her Majesty Elizabeth the Second.
For England manager Roy Hodgson, leading the Premier League, a world class league, in scoring doesn't make you "world class."
There's a fun way to introduce kids to the sport of volleyball, taking place at Strathmore High School this year, it's called Smashball. Starting with the spike, possibly the most fun part of the game. Smashball aims to introduce kids from Grades 4 to 6 to the sport of volleyball.
What a once in a lifetime experience, to be able to walk out with a group of about 3,000 or more young athletes from across the province of Alberta, representing each corner of the province at the Alberta Winter Games. Four young ringette players from Strathmore just returned from the games, Cayley Boschee, McKenna Blades, Camille Gauvin and Grace
A few members of the Matrix Cheer All-Star cheerleading club could be seen volunteering to work during the Family Day pancake breakfast hosted by the Lions Club at the Civic Centre last weekend. But what you might not have realized, is that the team has qualified to attend an international competition in Florida hosted by ESPN for cheerleading.