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Player's Own Voice podcast: Tessa Virtue's new post-skating happiness

Figure skater Tessa Virtue checks in on all things new. New work. New husband. New freedom to explore opportunities.
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Player's Own Voice podcast: Canada's Jessie Fleming ready to roll in the NWSL

Canadian midfielder Jessie Fleming has left her English pro club for a rich deal with the Portland Thorns. She's hoping her leading roles in club play and on the national team can reinforce one another.
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Player's Own Voice podcast: Josh Liendo ready to rule the pool

Canadian swimmer Josh Liendo has set national, NCAA, and world championship records, and he is just coming into his peak years.

'I shouldn't have went': John Herdman says sister's death had him not ready to coach Canada at World Cup

John Herdman, who coached Canada's men's team to its first World Cup appearance in 36 years, now says he wished he'd stepped down as manager before the tournament because he was mourning the death of his sister.
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Player's Own Voice podcast: Nick Wammes and Sarah Orban are thoroughly social cyclists

Canadian cyclists Sarah Orban and Nick Wammes take social media to extraordinary lengths to give their followers unusual access to their sport.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Celebrating with hockey trailblazer Luke Prokop

Luke Prokop was only 19 years old when he made pro sports history. A year after the Nashville Predators picked him in the 2020 NHL draft, Prokop told his team, his sport, and the wider world that he was gay. He is the first player under NHL contract to do so.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Laurence St-Germain's win for the ages

Slalom world champion Laurence St-Germain discusses her sport, her studies, her team, her community, and her international competition. The skier from St. Ferréol-les-Neiges, Que., is on a roll.

Player's Own Voice podcast: American great Hilary Knight helps launch a league

Hilary Knight, world and Olympic champion, captain of Team USA, discusses the historic creation and looming debut of the Professional Women's Hockey League.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Boston Celtics great Robert Parish in quiet control

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with the record smashing NBA centre. The big man was as famous for his stoic silence as he was for his enduring efficiency.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Para swimmer Tammy Cunnington shares life lessons

Tammy Cunnington, with a multi-sport career as a Para athlete, ended up best known for her late-blooming swimming career in the Paralympics.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Justina Di Stasio in a class of her own

Justina Di Stasio whose Olympic dreams have so far been thwarted by the sole Canadian roster spot going to teammate Erica Wiebe- continues to excel at international tournaments- and continues to believe her Olympic moment awaits

Player's Own Voice podcast: One of world's top wheelchair rugby players also champions accessibility

Wheelchair rugby national team veteran Zak Madell blends competitive nature, creativity, architectural technology study, and deep passion for accessibility. Madell's formula wins hearts and minds on and off the field of play.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Wheelchair basketball team leader Tara Llanes on safe sport then and now

Wheelchair basketball national team co-captain Tara Llanes talks about inclusion, opportunity, and figuring out how to practice safe sport on a team of teenagers and veteran athletes alike.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Chuck Swirsky's Raptors revisited

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Chuck Swirsky, who called the first 10 years of the Toronto Raptors' history, and has kept a close eye on the team ever since.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Former CFL pro Konrad Wasiela tackles esports career

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Konrad Wasiela, CFL cornerback who has transitioned to running esports business.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Waneek Horn-Miller, Canada's ultimate coach

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Waneek Horn-Miller, activist, athlete, advocate for Indigenous sport, and now a coach on the CBC program, Canada's Ultimate Challenge.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Hammer thrower Camryn Rogers no stranger to breaking records

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with the record-smashing hammer thrower Camryn Rogers about her game plan for the next 11 years.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Bev Priestman likes Canada's 2023 World Cup chances

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Olympic gold-medal winning coach about the historic Olympic win, and plans for this year's World Cup in Australia.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Olympian Allison Forsyth has committed her career to safe sport

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Olympian alpine skier, sexual abuse survivor, and leading advocate for safe sport, Allison Forsyth.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Jason Priestley discusses Harold Ballard documentary

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with director Jason Priestley about the controversial former Toronto Maple Leafs owner Harold Ballard, the focus of a new documentary 'Offside' by the man who first came to fame in the hit series Beverley Hills 90210.

Player's Own Voice podcast: For skeleton racer Rahneva, it's all about how you finish

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with skeleton racer Mirela Rahneva, who has become on of the fastest to the finish despite also gradually becoming one of the slower at the start.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Former Jays manager Cito Gaston on what it takes to win

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with Cito Gaston, the former Toronto Blue Jays manager who delivered two World Series wins. Gaston takes a friendly but firm look at baseball, past and present.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Chloé Dufour-Lapointe's freestyle farewell

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with the middle member of the famous freestyle skiing trio. It has been a bumpy last year, but a relentlessly positive outlook is serving Chloé Dufour-Lapointe well.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Canada's Aaron Brown has sharp ideas about business of track

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with the Canadian Sprinter who wants to see more widespread professional incomes among track and field athletes.

Player's Own Voice podcast: Kaylyn Kyle on the economics and realities of women's soccer

CBC Sports' Player's Own Voice podcast chats with unapologetically outspoken soccer analyst and former Olympian and professional player Kaylyn Kyle, who holds forth on whatever topics she pleases, thanks very much.