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A Stanley Cup hero, a bust and a ditch digger are trying to make Canada's Olympic hockey team
There will be no Sidney Crosby, Drew Doughty or Carey Price this time at the Winter Olympics, but some interesting characters are hoping to turn heads as Canada's men's hockey team starts its tryouts [...]
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28-team field chosen for Canada's pre-Olympic curling trials
Olympic medallists John Morris and Shannon Kleibrink are two of the headliners in the 28-team field for the Home Hardware Road to the Roar Pre-Trials curling competition. [...]
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Lanny McDonald, Klassen, Weir lead Canada's Sports Hall of Fame newcomers
Former NHL forward Lanny McDonald, speed skating icon Cindy Klassen and golfer Mike Weir headline the 2017 class of inductees to Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, which was announced today in Toronto. [...]
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Canada's Gushue golden at world men's curling championship
Canada's Brad Gushue completed a perfect run at the World Men's Curling Championship on Sunday in Edmonton with a 4-2 victory over Sweden's Niklas Edin in the gold-medal game. [...]
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Canada's Gushue tops Switzerland in curling worlds opener
Canada's Brad Gushue opened the Ford world men's curling championship with a 7-5 victory over Peter de Cruz of Switzerland on Saturday at the Northlands Coliseum. [...]
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Canada's Homan stays perfect at curling worlds
Canada's Rachel Homan maintained her perfect record and top spot in the standings Tuesday with a 9-8 win over South Korea and an 8-2 drubbing of Scotland at the women's world curling championship. [...]
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Canada's Mike Riddle wins halfpipe silver at worlds
Edmonton's Mike Riddle won silver in the men's skiing halfpipe on Saturday at the world freestyle skiing championships. [...]
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Canada's Erik Guay rips Olympics after winning silver at downhill worlds
Canada's Erik Guay continued his success at the alpine skiing world championships in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Saturday, scoring a silver medal in the downhill event. [...]
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Canada's Mark Arendz opens with biathlon gold at para-nordic worlds
Canada’s Mark Arendz struck gold on the opening day of the 2017 world para-nordic ski world championships, winning the men’s 7.5-kilometre standing biathlon race on Saturday in Finsterau, Germany. [...]
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Canada's Erik Guay wins super-G world title, Osborne-Paradis takes bronze
Erik Guay won the men's super-G race at the alpine skiing world championships on Wednesday and Manuel Osborne-Paradis captured bronze as the veteran Canadians upset the favoured Norwegians. [...]
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Canada's Alex Gough reaches World Cup podium for 3rd time this season
Canada's Alex Gough picked up her third medal of the season, this time earning bronze at the women's World Cup luge race in Park City, Utah on Saturday. [...]
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