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Team Ontario finishes the Canada Games on top of the medal count

Winnipeg, Manitoba - As Team Ontario walks into the Closing Ceremony this afternoon, it is with pride and excitement over having once again earned the most medals at the Games.
Winnipeg, Manitoba - As Team Ontario walks into the Closing Ceremony this afternoon, it is with pride and excitement over having once again earned the most medals at the Games. read more...

Reach the Beach 2017

August 11, 2017 - Reach the Beach is an annual road running event that got started in 2007.
August 11, 2017 - Reach the Beach is an annual road running event that got started in 2007. read more...

Ontario at the Canada Games

Team Ontario finished the week with 35 gold, 25 silver and 30 bronze medals as well 
as many top 10 finishes and Canada Games records in a number of sports. Team Ontario's 
diving team had its best showing in the last 4 Canada Games.
Team Ontario finished the week with 35 gold, 25 silver and 30 bronze medals as well as many top 10 finishes and Canada Games records in a number of sports. Team Ontario's diving team had its best showing in the last 4 Canada Games. read more...

Soren Meeuwisse Named Flag Bearer for Team Ontario

Team Ontario is proud to announce that Cycling – Mountain Bike athlete Soren Meeuwisse will carry the Ontario flag into the Opening Ceremony of the Canada Summer Games today.
Team Ontario is proud to announce that Cycling – Mountain Bike athlete Soren Meeuwisse will carry the Ontario flag into the Opening Ceremony of the Canada Summer Games today. read more...

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Pirates over Blues, Shedden over Maroons, Boxall over Sailors

The twenty-second set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, August 23rd in cloudy skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 25 and the wind from the Northwest at 20 km/h.
The twenty-second set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, August 23rd in cloudy skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 22 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 25 and the wind from the Northwest at 20 km/h. read more...

Shedden over Sailors, Pirates stun Maroons, Boxall beats Blues

The twenty-first set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Friday, August 18th in cloudy skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 24 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 30 and the wind from the West Southwest at 24
km/h.
The twenty-first set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Friday, August 18th in cloudy skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 24 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 30 and the wind from the West Southwest at 24 km/h. read more...

Boxall Takes Maroons, Shedden Over Pirates, Blues Stun Sailors

The twentieth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, August 16th in sunny skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 27 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 30 and the wind from the East Northeast at 15 km/h.
The twentieth set of games of the 2017 Port Stanley Senior Softball season were held Wednesday, August 16th in sunny skies, with temperatures rising over the day to 27 degrees Celsius, a Humidex of 30 and the wind from the East Northeast at 15 km/h. read more...

Blues 13 - Maroons 8, Sailors 8 - Pirates 7, Boxall 17 - Shedden 0

In <b>Game 1</b> the Blues took an early lead in the first with two runs, and added another five in the third, while the Maroons got on the scoreboard with two, added a single in the fourth, and tied the game in the fifth with four runs.
In Game 1 the Blues took an early lead in the first with two runs, and added another five in the third, while the Maroons got on the scoreboard with two, added a single in the fourth, and tied the game in the fifth with four runs. read more...

Shedden 18 - Blues 3, Pirates 9 - Boxall 6, Sailors 12 - Maroons 8

In <b>Game 1</b> Shedden took an early lead in the first with a single run, added two in the fourth, added another four in the fifth, and added another single in the sixth, while the Blues finally got on the scoreboard in the sixth with two.
In Game 1 Shedden took an early lead in the first with a single run, added two in the fourth, added another four in the fifth, and added another single in the sixth, while the Blues finally got on the scoreboard in the sixth with two. read more...

Pirates 11 - Blues 5, Shedden 8 - Maroons 4, Boxall 7 - Sailors 6

In <b>Game 2</b> the Maroons got off to an good start with two runs in the first, while Shedden got only one, but came back in the second with another to tie, and another two runs in the third to take the lead.
In Game 2 the Maroons got off to an good start with two runs in the first, while Shedden got only one, but came back in the second with another to tie, and another two runs in the third to take the lead. read more...

Sailors 8 - Shedden 5, Pirates 13 - Maroons 5, Blues 6 - Boxall 5

In <b>Game 1</b> the Sailors took the early lead in the first with two runs, while Shedden got on the scoreboard in the second with one run.
In Game 1 the Sailors took the early lead in the first with two runs, while Shedden got on the scoreboard in the second with one run. read more...

Pirates Now Leading Series

In <b>Game 3</b> the Sailors took the early lead in the first with two runs, only to have the Blues tie the game in the top of the second.
In Game 3 the Sailors took the early lead in the first with two runs, only to have the Blues tie the game in the top of the second. read more...

Shedden over Blues, Pirates over Boxall, Maroons over Sailors

In <b>Game 1</b> it took Shedden a little longer to get on the scoreboard, but when it finally happened in the fourth, it was worth the wait with three runs.
In Game 1 it took Shedden a little longer to get on the scoreboard, but when it finally happened in the fourth, it was worth the wait with three runs. read more...

Shedden, Pirates, And Sailors Win Big

With twenty-five playing dates this season, today was the halfway mark of the season, and the wear and tear on the players this season is starting to show. Some teams that started well this season are now losing big time, and others are taking advantage of this performance loss, so it's hard to say what team will come out on top this year.
With twenty-five playing dates this season, today was the halfway mark of the season, and the wear and tear on the players this season is starting to show. Some teams that started well this season are now losing big time, and others are taking advantage of this performance loss, so it's hard to say what team will come out on top this year. read more...

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Canada hits speed bump at Little League World Series

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Japan advanced to the Little League World Series international final after a 10-0 rout of Canada on Wednesday at Howard J. Lamade Stadium.

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Andre De Grasse can't help but think 'what if?' after missing Bolt showdown

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Instead of battling Usain Bolt one final time, Andre De Grasse spent the world track and field championships playing tourist in London. The 22-year-old attended the Arsenal-Chelsea soccer game at Wembley Stadium. He toured the London and Tower bridges.

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Can Brooke Henderson seize the moment?

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Brooke Henderson is being treated like royalty at this week's CP Women's Open in Ottawa, and a victory near her hometown would be a storybook ending, writes Peter Robinson.

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Superstitions aren't the only beliefs driving Canada's Little League team

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Superstition is a big part of baseball and that's no different for Canada's Little League team ahead of a quarter-final bout against the powerhouse Japanese.

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Colin Kaepernick supporters rally outside NFL headquarters in NYC

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Supporters of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who refused to stand for the national anthem to protest police brutality against blacks, showed their solidarity with him and his cause at a rally outside the headquarters of the National Football League on Wednesday.

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Mo Farah eyes Diamond League title in his track farewell

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Legendary distance runner Mo Farah of Great Britain will compete in the Diamond League final for the first time since 2010 in his final track race Thursday at the Weltklasse Zurich meet (CBCSports.ca, 2 p.m. ET), running the men's 5,000 metres.

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