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Rugby Canada gives two coaches expanded leadership duties

LANGFORD, B.C. — Canadian women's sevens rugby coach John Tait and Canadian men's 15s coach Kingsley Jones will take on expanded leadership roles with Rugby Canada.
Christine Sinclair has her eyes fixed on leading Canada into 2020 Summer Games

Christine Sinclair has her eyes fixed on leading Canada into 2020 Summer Games

TORONTO — With the sting of Canada's World Cup disappointment diminishing, veteran captain Christine Sinclair is intent on leading the Canadian women's soccer team into the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo.
Streveler the Bombers' starter now with incumbent Nichols injured

Streveler the Bombers' starter now with incumbent Nichols injured

Chris Streveler is again the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' starting quarterback. The second-year pro will be under centre for the foreseeable future with incumbent Matt Nichols (upper body) on the six-game injured list.

Hall of Famer Hefford to oversee new women's hockey union

The Professional Women's Hockey Players' Association has selected Hockey Hall of Fame player Jayna Hefford to oversee its daily operations in a leadership shuffle three months after the union was founded.

Streveler the Bombers' starter now with incumbent Nichols injured

Chris Streveler is again the Winnipeg Blue Bombers' starting quarterback. The second-year pro will be under centre for the foreseeable future with incumbent Matt Nichols (upper body) on the six-game injured list.

Canadian men's basketball team completes pre-World Cup sweep of New Zealand

SYDNEY, Australia — Phil Scrubb scored 24 points as Canada's men's basketball team completed a two-game sweep of New Zealand with a 103-100 overtime win in pre-FIBA World Cup action on Wednesday.
Kershaw passes Koufax on wins list, Dodgers thump Blue Jays

Kershaw passes Koufax on wins list, Dodgers thump Blue Jays

LOS ANGELES — As good as he felt last week in Miami striking out 10 in seven scoreless innings, Clayton Kershaw felt equally as bad back home at Dodger Stadium. "It's a humbling game," the Dodgers ace said.

Tuesday's Games

Tuesday's Games MLB American League L.A. Angels 5 Texas 1 (1st game) Texas 3 L.A. Angels 2 (11 innings, 2nd game) Baltimore 4 Kansas City 1 Seattle 7 Tampa Bay 4 Minnesota 14 Chicago White Sox 4 Houston 6 Detroit 3 Oakland 6 N.Y.

Canada's Shapovalov downs Sandgren to advance to third round at Winston-Salem

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Canadian Denis Shapovalov advanced to the third round of the Winston-Salem Open with a 6-2, 6-4 win over American Tennys Sandgren on Tuesday. Shapovalov, the No.

Canada rallies to beat Cuba in women's baseball World Cup qualifier

AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico — Pinch hitter Amanda Asay hit a go-ahead two-run double in the seventh inning as Canada rallied for a 7-5 win over Cuba on Tuesday in a women's baseball World Cup qualifier.