Ken Dryden on Politics vs. Sports

in: hosted by Rebecca Brayton

Ken Dryden on Politics vs. Sports In his book, Becoming Canada, Canadian politician and former NHL goalie Ken Dryden argues that Canadian stereotypes are important when discussing the country's place in the world. He discusses the problem in terms of both his areas of expertise: sports and politics. While the Canadian athletic community is a shining example of the country’s best qualities, its politicians are anything but. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with Dryden about Canada’s Olympic Own the Podium initiative, a program that helps prepare the country’s athletes for their Olympic performances, and how Canadian politicians negatively represent the country. For more information, click Here.

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