Burnaby's Christine Sinclair is making no apologies for her behaviour at the London Olympics.
Sinclair spoke to reporters Monday for the first time since FIFA, Soccer's governing body, issued Canada's captain a four game ban.
"I have been asked this a few times, said Sinclair, and I don't regret what I said. We had just lost a chance at playing for an Olympic gold medal and that's a dream all of us have, and it was a very intense time and I was very emotional and I wouldn't want to change that"
Sinclair made post-game comments to officials after Canada lost a heartbreaking Olympic semifinal to the United States.
She'll serve her suspension early in 2013 and says she doesn't regret sounding off to the officials.