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Bryce Harper has won the Home Run Derby in his home ballpark, providing another memory to Nationals fans in what could be his final season in Washington.
Wesley Berg and Mark Cockerton both had two goals and an assist as Canada rebounded from its first loss of the world lacrosse championship in Netanya, Israel with a 10-5 win over the Iroquois Nationals on Monday.
For a moment, the announcers at the recent Canadian track and field championships thought Bismark Boateng had won the tightest 100-metre final in the history of the meet. And so did Boateng.
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper will bat sixth for the National League in Tuesday's MLB all-star game in his home ballpark at Washington. Teammate Max Scherzer will take the mound for the NL while Boston Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale will start for the American League.
Centre Adam Henrique has signed a five-year extension worth $29.1 million US with the Anaheim Ducks. The 28-year-old had a combined 24 goals and 50 points in 81 games with Anaheim and New Jersey last season.
The Calgary Flames have signed restricted free-agent forward Elias Lindholm to a six-year contract with an average annual value of $4.85 million US.
Tiger Woods will tee off at 10:21 a.m. ET Thursday when he begins play at the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie in Scotland.
An Alberta player with the Western Hockey League who was seriously burned while hanging out at a backyard firepit is out of intensive care.
In a recent video posted to Instagram, Adam Hadwin was preparing for this week's British Open by hitting balls in his backyard in Phoenix. It may seem counterproductive, climate-wise, except it was during an Arizona monsoon — and the Canadian golfer was there in full rain-gear, smiling away.
A decade after an infamous NHL line brawl that included both goaltenders dropping the gloves at centre ice, Martin Biron gave Ray Emery a chance to take one final blow. Emery declined.
The Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday announced they have signed defenceman Rasmus Sandin, the 29th overall pick at last month's draft in Dallas, to a three-year, entry-level deal.
The welcome was grand, the emotion visceral as France's victorious World Cup team rolled down Paris' Champs-Elysees Avenue in an open-top bus Monday while tens of thousands of people cheered with unrestrained pride and jets streamed the national colours — blue, white, red — overhead.
Are you feeling World Cup withdrawal, but would prefer a tournament that encourages tackling and lets everyone use their hands? Pull up a chair and and crack open a cold beverage — it's rugby sevens time.
The Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco comes at the end of trying years for the Canadian men's and women's teams, but it also presents them with an opportunity to end their seasons on a high note.
Ray Emery was an accomplished goalie, but he took as much glee in dropping his gloves to batter an opponent as he did in making a key game-saving stop to keep his team in front.
France hoisted the World Cup trophy in front of 78,011 spectators at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, capping off an unforgettable tournament and igniting mayhem in the streets of Paris and beyond with their 4-2 victory over Croatia.
Ultimately, normalcy returned. The team that was supposed to win the World Cup, won. In a tournament populated by bizarre narratives, favourites France emerged victorious, offering their players and coach soccer immortality.
Vancouver Whitecaps forward Alphonso Davies is an ordinary teenager with an extraordinary potential. While he might become Canada's first men's soccer superstar, don't expect the humble young man to boast about his talents.
Over the past three summers, the Nike Crown League — a five-week pro-am basketball tournament — has brought together some of the top Canadian talent from all levels. It's an opportunity for players to seek advice from one another and polish their skills against high-level competition.