Union Leaders Discuss Diversity Issues Delaware Governor Discusses Sports Gambling Browns WR's T-Shirt Angers Cleveland Police Columnist: NBAers' Protests Could Open Pandora's Box "I Can't Breathe" Shirts Reach Collegiate Ranks Players Continue Speaking Out On Social Issues James Wears "I Can't Breathe" Shirt Pro Athletes Wear "I Can't Breathe" T-Shirts NFL Files For Injunction Against NJ's Gambling Move Leagues, NCAA File Injunction Against N.J.
Upcoming Conferences and Events
CANADA'S MOST POPULAR PARTICIPATION SPORT: A NO-BRAINER?
Published March 10, 1999
For the third year in a row, "soccer retained its position as the most popular participation sport" in Canada, according to Norman Da Costa of the TORONTO STAR. Hockey, which was "displaced" from the top spot in '96, "held on to second place." The Canadian Soccer Association had 660,008 registered players in its competitive leagues in '98, while hockey recorded 548,013. In the preceding year, soccer had 575,785 players and hockey 535,737 (TORONTO STAR, 3/10).