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Sports organizations eager to unite country after pandemic

Tom Renney remembers exactly where he was during the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

It was the first time the New York Rangers had ever held their training camp in Manhattan. Renney, who was entering his second season as the team's director of player personnel, was at Madison Square Garden as players checked in for their physicals when the first plane struck the World Trade Centre.

Ambrosie looks to keep CFL fans informed

TORONTO—Randy Ambrosie hasn't forgotten about CFL fans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The league's commissioner will hold a video town hall question-and-answer session with football supporters tomorrow at noon ET on the league's website.

Ambrosie said it's important to him to keep CFL fans engaged and informed during the novel coronavirus outbreak.

A look back at Olympic Games that never were

The Tokyo Olympics have been postponed a year to 2021 because of the coronavirus outbreak, but it's worth remembering that the games have been rocked by upheaval before.

Three other times, the games were cancelled altogether because of World War I (1916) and World War II (1940 and 1944) - and in those latter two quadrennials, both the Summer and Winter Games were shelved.