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Humphries of US atop World Cup women's bobsled standings

Humphries of US atop World Cup women's bobsled standings

IGLS, Austria — Kaillie Humphries of the U.S. extended her lead atop the women’s bobsled World Cup standings Saturday, teaming with Sylvia Hoffman to pick up a bronze medal at this weekend’s stop at historic Innsbruck.

Glenn Howard reaches quarterfinals at Canadian Open in last-chance draw

YORKTON, Sask. — The men's quarterfinals are set at the Meridian Canadian Open, while three spots are still up for grabs on the women's side. Glenn Howard of Penetanguishene, Ont.
Anthony Cirelli scores first career hat trick, Lightning beat Jets 7-1

Anthony Cirelli scores first career hat trick, Lightning beat Jets 7-1

WINNIPEG — Anthony Cirelli had shaving cream on his ear, hair and T-shirt. He didn't mind, though.
Shapovalov leads Canadian contingent in Australian Open men's singles

Shapovalov leads Canadian contingent in Australian Open men's singles

Sometimes a tough loss on the tennis court can feel like a victory in many ways. For Canada's Denis Shapovalov, pushing Novak Djokovic to the brink of defeat at the ATP Cup felt like a significant hurdle cleared.
Powell has the hot hand as Raps tie franchise scoring record in thumping Wizards

Powell has the hot hand as Raps tie franchise scoring record in thumping Wizards

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors are finally getting healthy. And starting to impose their will at both ends of the court.

Canadian teenager Leylah Annie Fernandez qualifies for Australian Open main draw

MELBOURNE, Australia — Canadian teenager Leylah Annie Fernandez has qualified for her first-ever Grand Slam main draw. The 17-year-old from Laval, Que.
Messing credits teammates Nguyen, Gilles for their support after brother's death

Messing credits teammates Nguyen, Gilles for their support after brother's death

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The rink had always felt like home for Keegan Messing. But in the days and weeks after his brother's death, the Canadian figure skater struggled to find solace on the ice.
Gilles, Poirier rebound from unusual wardrobe malfunction to win short dance

Gilles, Poirier rebound from unusual wardrobe malfunction to win short dance

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Piper Gilles leaned in to inspect one of the bottom buttons on Paul Poirier's shirt on Friday, then pulled a silvery hair from the button. "There's still hair coming off his costume," Gilles said with a laugh.
Drury leads host Canadian ski cross team into chilly World Cup at Nakiska

Drury leads host Canadian ski cross team into chilly World Cup at Nakiska

NAKISKA, Alta. — It's too cold for penguins, but not for ski cross racer Kevin Drury. A cold front enveloping Alberta this week cancelled penguin walks at the Calgary Zoo, where tourists can witness the flightless birds waddling out and about.

Chicago Fire FC completes deal with Montreal Impact, collecting $75,000 in GAM

Chicago Fire FC has acquired US$75,000 in general allocation money from the Montreal Impact.