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Canada's Koe edges South Korea, dumps Russia on Day 1 of curling worlds
After an unbeaten run at the national playdowns, Canada's Kevin Koe picked up where he left off Saturday at the world men's curling championship. Koe made an open hit for the single point and a 6-5 ex [...]
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Canada's Carey rebounds with 7-6 win over Finland at women's curling worlds
Canada's Chelsea Carey recovered from a loss to Japan to post a 7-6 win over Finland on Monday at the world women's curling championships. [...]
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Canada's Chelsea Carey picks up 1st win at women's curling worlds
Canada's Chelsea Carey has her first win of the world women's curling championship. The Calgary skip scored four in the fifth end en route to an 8-5 win over Germany's Daniela Jentsch on Sunday. [...]
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Canada's Kripps wins 4-man bobsleigh bronze at worlds
Canada's Justin Kripps drove to bronze on home soil in four-man bobsleigh at the world championships on Saturday in Whistler, B.C. [...]
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Canada's Stephen Gogolev skates to 5th place at world juniors
Canada's Stephen Gogolev placed fifth in the men's event at the junior figure skating world championships, while American Tomoki Hiwatashi took gold on Friday in Zagreb, Croatia. [...]
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Canada's Kripps pilots 4-man bobsleigh into podium position at worlds
Canada's Justin Kripps piloted his bobsleigh into podium position after the first two heats of the four-man bobsleigh event at the world championships in Whistler, B.C., on Friday. [...]
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Francesco Friedrich finishes flawless bobsleigh season by edging Canada's Kripps
Francesco Friedrich's two-man bobsleigh season was perfect. The German driving star won the world two-man championship Saturday night, teaming with Thorsten Margis to hold off the Canadian sled driven [...]
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Canada's Kripps, Stones sit 2nd at bobsleigh worlds midpoint
Canada's Justin Kripps and Cameron Stones are in podium position at the halfway point of the two-man event at the bobsleigh world championships in Whistler. [...]
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Canada's Olympic men's hockey team, 1 year later: Where are they now?
Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the Canadian Olympic hockey team collectively rebounding after its painful loss to Germany in the semis to defeat the Czech Republic 6-4 in the bronze-medal ga [...]
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Canada's bobsleigh teams hope World Cup in Calgary not the last on home track
Calgary's 33-year-old track built for the 1988 Winter Olympics has been the home of the national bob, skeleton and luge teams for over three decades. It's future is in doubt as the track requires a $2 [...]
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Canada's Mark Arendz wins biathlon silver at para nordic worlds
Canada's Mark Arendz won silver in the biathlon individual race to capture his fourth medal of the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships. [...]
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