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Tennis: Canada's Shapovalov says maiden triumph 'weight off the shoulders'

22 Oct 2019

Denis Shapovalov may have had to wait longer than he would have liked before winning his first ATP title at the Stockholm Open but the young Canadian said on Monday he always knew his day would come.

NBA's Silver says Hong Kong tweet furor already hit league's bottom line

18 Oct 2019

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said on Thursday that the fallout following a tweet from a Houston Rockets official who backed the Hong Kong democracy protests has already cost the league substantial financial losses in China.

Basketball: Canada's Nurse takes the long road in search of Olympic podium

09 Oct 2019

TORONTO Canada's Kia Nurse wants to step onto an Olympic podium so badly that she plans to take a break from an Australian league title defence next month to return home and compete in a qualifying event for the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Basketball: No panic as Mystics await injured Delle Donne's WNBA Finals status

04 Oct 2019

An injury to Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne could flip the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Finals on its head but the team are refusing to panic as they contemplate life without the game's best player.

IndyCar's aeroscreen gets thumbs up from Power and Dixon

03 Oct 2019

Former Indianapolis 500 winners Scott Dixon and Will Power tested IndyCar's new cockpit protection device on Wednesday and both drivers gave the aeroscreen a thumbs up and said it was already fit for racing.

European Ryder Cup captain Harrington favours neutral course setups

01 Oct 2019

European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington said on Tuesday he would prefer neutral course setups for the biennial event to reduce the home team's advantage.

Golf-European Ryder Cup captain Harrington favours neutral course setups

01 Oct 2019

Oct 1 European Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington said on Tuesday he would prefer neutral course setups for the biennial event to reduce the home team's advantage.

Sass wants women's game to be more than a 'part-time job'

01 Oct 2019

Kimberly Sass grew up dreaming of making a living playing ice hockey but the American goalie became tired of essentially paying to play in a professional women's league and so decided it was time to step away and take a stand.

Olympics: Whitfield heads list of Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame inductees

23 Sep 2019

TORONTO Former triathlon champion Simon Whitfield and diving standout Alexandre Despatie are among this year's class of nine inductees to the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame, the Canadian Olympic Committee announced on Monday.

Gamble defers dental school to fight for women's hockey

21 Sep 2019

TORONTO Anissa Gamble is not a household name in ice hockey but is so passionate about forming a sustainable professional women's league that she put dental school on hold in a bid to pave the way for the next generation of girls.

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