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Canada's DeBues-Stafford breaks her own record in women's 1,500 metres at worlds

DOHA, Qatar — Canada's Gabriela DeBues-Stafford broke her own national record in the women's 1,500-metre final Saturday at the world track and field championships. The Toronto runner finished sixth in three minutes 56.
Alford returns punt for TD in Montreal debut, Als beat Stamps to clinch playoff spot

Alford returns punt for TD in Montreal debut, Als beat Stamps to clinch playoff spot

MONTREAL — It was only fitting for John Bowman to say a few words. Shortly after the Alouettes clinched a playoff spot – the franchise's first since 2014 – Bowman gathered players in the locker room and made a speech.

Toronto FC midfielder Liam Fraser replaces Will Johnson on Canada roster

Toronto FC midfielder Liam Fraser has been added to the Canada squad for the CONCACAF Nations League match against the U.S. on Oct. 15.
Toronto Wolfpack win Million Pound Game to secure a berth in the Super League

Toronto Wolfpack win Million Pound Game to secure a berth in the Super League

TORONTO — The party kept going after the final whistle of the Toronto Wolfpack's 24-6 comeback win over Featherstone Rovers on Saturday in the Million Pound Game.

Canadian women's team opens rugby sevens series with two victories, draw

GLENDALE, Colo. — The Canadian women's team kicked off this season's World Rugby Sevens series on Saturday with a pair of victories and a draw in the preliminary round of the opening tournament and advanced to the quarterfinals.

Ottawa Gee-Gees beat Carleton Ravens 32-10 in sold-out Panda Game

The Ottawa Gee-Gees defeated the Carleton Ravens 32-10 in Saturday's Panda Game between longtime rivals in the nation's capital. A sellout crowd of 24,000 took in the action at TD Place Stadium.

Canadian women's artistic gymnastics team qualifies four-person team for Tokyo

STUTTGART, Germany — The Canadian women's artistic gymnastics team has qualified a full four-person squad for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after finishing fifth in the qualifying round in the team event Saturday at the artistic gymnastics world championsh

Green starts fast for 64 to take LPGA lead

THE COLONY, Texas — Jaye Marie Green opened with eight birdies in 10 holes and made two big putts late for a 7-under 64 that gave her a one-shot lead Saturday going into the final round at the Volunteers of America Classic.

Montreal Impact close out disappointing MLS season at home to New York Red Bulls

MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact will close out a disappointing regular season on Sunday against the New York Red Bulls before the focus turns to what could be an off-season of significant change for the Major League Soccer team.
Verlander, Altuve lead Astros over Rays 6-2 in ALDS opener

Verlander, Altuve lead Astros over Rays 6-2 in ALDS opener

HOUSTON — Asked what went wrong for his Tampa Bay Rays, manager Kevin Cash invented a word. "We got Verlandered," Cash said.