Chatham’s Genevieve Sasseville swam the third leg for Canada’s women’s 4×200-metre freestyle relay team to win bronze.
The Windsor Spitfires make a move as the opening of training camp gets closer.
It isn’t Major League Soccer, but soccer fans in Detroit and Windsor-Essex finally have their professional team.
Genevieve Sasseville, a competitive swimmer from Chatham, has won silver in the 100-metre butterfly event at the Canadian Swimming Championships.
A competitive swimmer from Wallaceburg is representing the area in Lima, Peru at the Pan American Games.
When he steps into the octagon on September 28, a local mixed martial artist will be one step closer to achieving his dreams.
You can expect to see purple popping up in arenas across Chatham-Kent this fall.
It may be August, but some local hockey fans already have their sights set on the coming junior-B season.
The Windsor Spitfires have picked up a commitment from their top import draft pick.
In a darkened hockey arena, the retired number of a former Windsor Spitfire hangs, though the player it honours may not think that is the only highlight of his career.