|Division of||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Owner||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
|Key people||Greg Stremlaw, Executive Director|
|Headquarters||Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Toronto, Ontario|
|Major broadcasting contracts||Hockey Night in Canada (controlled by Rogers Media beginning 2014)
IAAF Golden League
Capital One Grand Slam of Curling on CBC
CBC Sports is the division of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation responsible for English-language sports broadcasting. The CBC's sports programming primarily airs on CBC Television, CBCSports.ca, and occasionally CBC Radio One. (The CBC's French-language Radio-Canada network also produces some sports programming)
Once the country's dominant sports broadcaster, in recent years it has lost many of its past signature properties - such as the Canadian Football League, Toronto Blue Jays baseball, Canadian Curling Association championships, the Olympic Games for a period, the FIFA World Cup, and the National Hockey League - to the specialty channels TSN and Sportsnet. As of 2015, CBC's sports coverage is now largely restricted to Olympic sports and the Olympics proper, other amateur events, as well as the Calgary Stampede and show jumping from Spruce Meadows. CBC has maintained partial rights to the NHL as part of a sub-licensing agreement with current rightsholder Rogers Communications (maintaining the Saturday-night Hockey Night in Canada and playoff coverage), although this coverage is produced by Sportsnet. The majority of CBC's sports coverage is broadcast by CBC Television on weekends under the blanket title Road to the Olympic Games (formerly CBC Sports Weekend).
On August 20, 2008, the CBC received approval from the CRTC to create an all-sports category 2 digital TV channel, tentatively known as CBC SportsPlus. Although apparently intended to start in 2009, its launch has since been put on hold indefinitely. As a result of funding reductions from the federal government and decreased revenues, in April 2014 CBC announced it would no longer bid for professional sport broadcasting rights.
The most recent director of CBC Sports was Jeffrey Orridge, who resigned April 9, 2015 to assume the position of commissioner for the Canadian Football League. Orridge succeeded Scott Moore, who resigned on November 9, 2010 to become president of broadcasting for Rogers Media. On September 4, 2015, former Curling Canada CEO Greg Stremlaw was appointed as the new head of CBC Sports.
Olympics and Pan Am
Track & Field
Rodeo and show jumping
CBC Sports Hall of Fame recognizes those broadcasters of CBC Sports who have made a unique and lasting contribution to CBC and to the sports broadcasting industry.