Toronto’s illustrious mayor was captured on camera putting on a bizarre patois monologue for customers at the eatery in the Canadian city
It’s the story that spawned a Disney movie and, 26 years after Jamaica’s bobsleigh team appeared for the first time at the Calgary Olympics, we may finally be set for a sequel.
Winston Watts and Marvin Dixon are hoping to take part in the two-man sleds
The six-time Olympic gold medallist welcomes more testing
Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce were crowned male and female World Athletes of the Year for 2013 by the sport's governing body, the International Association of Athletics Federations, at a ceremony in Monaco last night.
Asafa Powell and Sherone Simpson are among the high profile athletes to test positive recently
Two lead roles in the next Star Wars movie are set to be filled by unknowns, as Disney, who bought Lucasfilm last year, will hold auditions open to the public this week. If you could play a "street smart and strong" orphaned girl, or a "smart capable" man in his 20s you could be one step away from Hollywood. Other parts also potentially on offer include...
Either Phil Jones or Chris Smalling is likely to deputise for Walker, while Sterling has not featured for England since his debut last Novemenber
Fifa has suspended Jamaican player Jermaine Hue for nine months after he tested positive for a banned substance at a World Cup qualifying match while team doctor Carlton Fraser has been banned from football for four years for administering the drug dexamethasone.
Asafa Powell and four other Jamaican athletes who failed drugs tests earlier this year have each returned adverse analytical findings in their B samples, the Jamaica Anti-Doping Commission revealed last night.
But he plans to continue his dominance of the sport until then as he looks to become the most successful sprinter of all time
Jamaican powered through after slow start
Jamaican secures his seventh world gold by defending 200m title with ease, while Briton Gemili narrowly misses out on medal
Conrad Williams, Michael Bingham, Jamie Bowie and Martyn Rooney finished second in the semi-final
At just 5ft tall in her running spikes, in one respect at least Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is always looking up to the 6ft 5in Usain Bolt.
Jamaican rediscovers style to put Gatlin in his place in storming 100m victory in Moscow