U SPORTS - the governing body for university sport in Canada - has announced four recipients of Honours Awards for 2021.
U SPORTS basketball graduates Nancy Knowlton and George Lengvari Jr have been named as the first recipients of the inaugural Mitchell Family Alumni of the Year Awards.
U SPORTS has created a new set of awards to recognise individuals who have become "leaders in their communities".
U SPORTS, the national governing body of university sport in Canada, has announced 18 former student-athletes have been selected for the 2021-2022 U SPORTS Female Apprentice Coach Program.
U SPORTS has teamed up with Swimming Canada to launch a virtual swimming challenge for university students.
U SPORTS has announced the application process for the second Peter Watts Memorial Grant for prospective Canadian university journalism students.
U SPORTS has awarded 4,908 student-athletes with the Academic All-Canadian honour for the 2019-2020 season.
The U SPORTS Female Apprentice Coach Program, which aims to increase the number of women in coaching positions in Canadian university sport, is to return for a second season.
U SPORTS is claiming steeplechasers Chantelle Groenewoud and Jessica Furlan have been upgraded to gold and silver respectively – seven years after missing out on podium places at the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Summer Universiade.
U SPORTS has confirmed there will be no Canadian university winter national championships in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
U SPORTS has offered its support to the decision to postpone the Lucerne 2021 Winter World University Games due to the coronavirus pandemic.
U SPORTS, the national governing body of university sport in Canada, has announced the cancellation of its six 2020 autumn national championships due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
U SPORTS, the governing body for university sport in Canada, have announced Taran Kozun and Tyra Meropoulis as their ice hockey player of the year award winners.
The U SPORTS women’s basketball fundraising initiative raised CAD$106,000 (£59,000/$77,000/€68,000) for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) and local charities.
U SPORTS, the governing body for university sport in Canada, has supported the country's Bell Let's Talk Day mental health campaign for the fourth straight year.