National Sports Day coming up

The third annual National Sports Day is coming up next Saturday, Sept. 29.

The third annual National Sports Day is coming up next Saturday. The day is set aside to play sports and celebrate sports on every level, from grassroot to professional.

Sports day is presented by CBC Sports, Radio-Canada Sports, ParticiPACTION and True Sport, who are working with national sporting organizations and coaches, athletes and enthusiasts across the country.

The national day of sport celebration will be marked by a compelling television event airing on CBC Sports. The Sports Day in Canada on CBC broadcast will profile standout community events from across Canada that embody the Sports Day experience, unified by award-winning national sports anchor, Scott Russell. From these communities, we will share the stories, the passion and the power of sport with Canadians.

The broadcast will include local community stories, live hits from local events, interviews with key personalities and engaging discussions.

Radio-Canada Sports will mark the national day of celebration with a French broadcast that reports from key communities and sporting events throughout French Canada.

So Saturday, get out and play a sport to celebrate Sports Day.

 

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