Watching the Olympics hasn’t been easy for Rosanna Tomiuk. As a member Canada’s water polo team she just missed out on going to London. But the heartbreak hasn’t stopped the singer songwriter from getting involved.
Listen to the story which aired for CBC World Report on August 6, 2012
And here is a video of Tomiuk’s entire song from YouTube
Veteran linebacker Diamond Ferri is the exception. He has a new contract for the Montreal Alouettes next season.
It’s been an off season of cleaning house on the defensive side of the ball. The team has a new defensive coordinator and is planning to install a new system for 2012.
But the moves to cast aside several longtime players such as fan favorite Anwar Steward isn’t sitting well with some vets. Diamond Ferri questions what is going on.
“You got to ask yourself why? why? Is it because of their age? Is it because of their play? Most of the guys that are older are playing better than the younger guys… all the guys they’re bring in, they don’t know who they have.” – Diamond Ferri
I spoke to Ferri at a charity event at an elementary school and sat down with Shawn Apel to talk about his concerns heading into Alouette’s training camp. Have a listen.
This is from the Daybreak Daily Podcast on May 15, 2012
Diamond Ferri & former Hab Patrice Brisebois play road hockey at Edward Murphy Elementary School
It’s rare that a soccer game outside of Champions League or the World Cup can grab the attention of North Americans. Yesterday was the exception. Fans called this installment of the Manchester Derby the biggest game in decades.
I went to find out what all the fuss was about…
This aired for CBC Daybreak Montreal on May 1, 2012
… And it turns out this rivalry reminds me a lot of the Habs v Leafs. The game is always meaningful because of geography. But it’s been decades since the two sides have played an important game. Also the fact that City hasn’t won since ’68 and the Leafs haven’t won since ’67 is a nice touch.
Tennis star Aleksandra Wozniak is trying to claw her way back into the top 50 players in the world. That’s the cut off for London 2012.
Wozniak has the talent, she had reached number 21 in the world before her injury. But after sitting out ten months she slipped all the way down to 200. Now she’s back at 57 in the world and needs solid results in her final 6 events before London or she will miss out on her Olympic dream.
Click here (or on the photo) to watch the story which aired for CBC NEWS Montreal on April 17, 2012
Aleksandra Wozniak poses with a Student at Carignan Elementary School in Montreal North