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Cape Breton Post

River Denys goaltender backstops Canada to under-18 win
Cape Breton Post
SYDNEY, N.S. — Colten Ellis of River Denys made 31 stops to backstop Canada to a 6-4 win over the United States to open play at the 2018 IIHF U18 World Championship in Magnitogorsk, Russia, on Thursday. Ellis, a 16-year-old rookie netminder with the ...
Truro's McIsaac patrolling Team Canada blueline at U18 championshipTruro Daily News
Cranbrook's Bowen Byram representing Canada at U18 World ChampionshipsCranbrook Townsman
Jack Hughes scores ridiculous goal in USA's U-18 world championships loss to CanadaWXYZ

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The Telegram

Canada's Christine Girard confirmed Olympic weightlifting champion by IOC
The Telegram
I want it for us. It's a huge win for our country and for clean sport." Girard is Canada's first Olympic champion in weightlifting and the first Canadian to win a pair of medals in the sport. "She is a weightlifting trailblazer in so many ways and we ...
IOC declares Canadian weightlifter Christine Girard will receive gold medal from 2012 London OlympicsToronto Star
Canadian weightlifter gets 2012 Olympic gold after top 2 stripped of ...CBC.ca

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CBC.ca

Magnitude 3.6 earthquake centered in Canada shakes Detroit
WXIX
DETROIT (AP) - The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting a 3.6-magnitude earthquake centered in southern Canada. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. The quake late Thursday near Amherstburg, Ontario, a town of about 21,900 people, was felt in Michigan. Jeff Ward ...
Latest Earthquakes - USGS Earthquake Hazards ProgramUSGS Earthquake Hazards Program

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The News

Northern Selects ready for Canada's best
The News
WESTVILLE ROAD – They won't be satisfied with merely showing up – the Northern Subway Selects want to make some noise at the Canadian AAA Midget female hockey championships. “We're not happy just being there, we want to go down there and make our mark ...

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'The Bakersfield Bandit': Liberty graduate earning his nickname in ...
The Bakersfield Californian
Stavros Katsantonis knew the decision he made three years ago would make it difficult for a lot of people to follow his progression as a football player.

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Sporting News

Canada's Phil Lo Greco: Get to know Amir Khan's next opponent
Sporting News
With access to the world's best sports including top European soccer, MLS, NFL, Major League Baseball, KHL hockey, PGA golf, WTA tennis, boxing, darts and more, fans can watch their favourite teams, leagues and players at home or on the go for an ...

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Yahoo Canada Sports

The time Vince Carter dunked on a Harlem Globetrotter
Yahoo Canada Sports
Before Orlando 'El Gato' Meléndez became the first Puerto Rican-born basketball player ever to play for the Harlem Globetrotters, he was faced with another personal challenge — guarding future eight-time NBA All-Star Vince Carter. Teammates at the ...



CBC.ca

Curling may finally be having its Moneyball moment
CBC.ca
In a sport where millimetres can separate great teams from the merely good, elite curlers are turning to analytics more than ever to gain an advantage. It's a phenomenon that's sweeping the game. That's right — curling may finally be having its ...



Globalnews.ca

Sports minister says lacrosse association applying for charitable ...
Globalnews.ca
Minister of Sport Kirsty Duncan avoided answering questions over federal government funding and the transparency of the Canadian Lacrosse Association.

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CBC.ca

Canada's Krista DuChene running for Humboldt, family in Boston ...
CBC.ca
There are times during a marathon when all Krista DuChene thinks about is reaching the finish line. During Monday's 122nd running of the Boston Marathon, DuChene's thoughts will be focused on her family and those in a small farming town in Western Canada.

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