Bobbie Rosenfeld Park is located between the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre. It's a small open space with a beautiful ornamental fountain and is a great spot to wait for friends before heading to the ball game. This park is named after Franny "Bobbie" Rosenfeld, one of Canada's most famous female athletes of the early 1900's. She was a celebrated hockey player and excelled at every sport she attempted. During the 1928 Summer Olympics, the first in which women were allowed to compete in Track and Field, she won a gold in the 4 x 100 relay and a silver in the 100 yard dash. In her later years she became a well known sports writer and strong advocate of women in sport. Check out the Toronto Historical Board plaque in her honour, located in the park, for more of Bobbie's great story.