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Robinson and two assistants have been let go after the team's playoff hopes continued to evaporate in a disappointing weekend loss to Dallas.
Canada will send 71 athletes and 28 coaches to the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina next month. The event, for athletes aged 15-18, runs from Oct. 6-18.
A 20-year-old food service worker at Comerica Park in Detroit has been charged after a video was posted online that appeared to show him spitting on a pizza intended for customers during a Major League Baseball game.
On this week's episode of the Player's Own Voice podcast, former U.S. women's hockey team captain Julie Chu talks about what it's like to win Olympic gold at the expense of your couchmate.
An assault charge against former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roberto Osuna was withdrawn Tuesday after he agreed to a peace bond.
First place in their group is on the line when Canada and France meet Tuesday at the FIBA women's World Cup in Tenerife, Spain, and coach Lisa Thomaidis believes Canada's women can turn the game into a track meet.
The Seattle City Council has unanimously approved plans for a privately-funded $700 million renovation of KeyArena, clearing one of the last major hurdles in the city's bid to land an expansion NHL franchise.
Already the most intense competition in golf, the Ryder Cup doesn't need help to boost the excitement. Tiger Woods managed to take it to another level.
Toronto Raptors newcomer Kawhi Leonard finally addressed the media at a jam-packed news conference on Monday, saying he's excited to play in a "basketball city" where fans embrace the team. But he's still not committing to Toronto beyond this season.
The leader of the World Anti-Doping Agency insisted he cares about athletes but admonished them nonetheless during a fierce, sometimes-personal defence of the decision to bring Russia's suspended drug-fighting operation back online.
The Montreal Canadiens have agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension with forward Paul Byron. The deal, which has an average annual value of $3.4 million US, was announced Sunday.
The home of a former Paralympic athlete in Dunrobin was torn from its foundation after a tornado ripped through the west Ottawa neighbourhood.
Former Iowa State golf star Celia Barquin Arozamena was honoured Saturday prior to the school's football game against Akron.
During a press conference, the IOC announced that Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson had been stripped of his 100-metre Olympic gold medal.
Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson won Olympic gold in the men's 100-metre race, in a world record time of 9.79 seconds, at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea. He would stripped of his medal three days later after testing positive for stanozolol.