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Giovinco scores late as Toronto FC wins Canadian Championship

The Reds’ star striker blasted a shot past the Montreal goalkeeper as injury time wound down to give Toronto a 2-1 win in the second leg and a 3-2 win on aggregate

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Andre De Grasse aims to dethrone Usain Bolt in his farewell season

Usain Bolt has never lost a major 100-metre final. But in London, 22-year-old Andre De Grasse aims to usurp Bolt’s top spot

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Rugby coach Ric Suggitt guided national teams in Canada and U.S.

Ric Suggitt, head coach of the women’s team at the University of Lethbridge, died on Tuesday from a medical complication, according to a statement ...

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Blue Jays designate veteran reliever Jason Grilli for assignment

The 40-year-old has struggled this season, posting a 2-4 record and a 6.97 ERA

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Whitecaps teen star Davies headlines young Canadian Gold Cup squad

The Canadian Soccer Association announced its 23-player squad Tuesday for the biennial championship for teams from North and Central America and the ...

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WADA restores some powers to Russian drug testing agency

RUSADA was suspended in 2015 when its staff was accused of helping to cover up drug use

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MLS lets Canadian soccer star Cyle Larin return to action

The Canadian international striker was sidelined after a drunk-driving charge, pending an assessment by the league’s Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health Program doctors

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Russia’s World Cup still faces challenges with a year to go

Some serious concerns remain around Russia’s $10.8-billion World Cup dream

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Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook wins NBA MVP award

Westbrook won the award after setting the single-season record for triple-doubles

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Stars acquire defenceman Marc Methot in trade with Golden Knights

Dallas sent goaltending prospect Dylan Ferguson and a 2020 second-round pick to Vegas

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Undefeated at home, TFC braces for rival Montreal Impact in Canadian championship’s second leg

The teams tied 1-1 in the first leg in Montreal, giving Toronto an advantage on away goals

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Kelly: The Blue Jays are Schrodinger’s cat. So what’s in the box?

This iteration of the Toronto Blue Jays is not long for this baseball world. The question is whether the lights come up in July or in the off-season

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Jays broadcaster Jerry Howarth back to work after health challenges

Howarth was back in the booth after prostate cancer surgery, but laryngitis forced him to take leave again

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Team New Zealand routs Oracle Team USA to win America’s Cup

The underfunded but resourceful Kiwis claimed the oldest trophy in international sports

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FIFA admits video reviews must improve after Confederations Cup

FIFA’s head of refereeing Massimo Busacca says video reviews have not always looked good in tests at the tournament

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Stampeders running back Roy Finch suspended following positive drug test

The CFL announced Monday that Finch tested positive for D-amphetamine

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Antetokounmpo promises to help Greek youth in emotional return home

With his brother Thanasis, the NBA All-Star has begun offering a college scholarship in Athens for children of migrants born in Greece

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John McEnroe says Serena Williams would be ranked ‘like 700’ on men’s tour

Speaking about his memoir, the seven-time Grand Slam winner says Williams is ‘no question’ the best female player ever, but would struggle on the ...

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NHL could see more moves ahead of free agency

The Golden Knights are expected to flip at least a couple more players selected in the expansion draft, the Islanders are looking for a No. 2 centre and no one knows what the Panthers and Coyotes will do next

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TFC’s Alex Bono, the ‘new Bono in town’ rock-solid in goal for Reds

Young American goalkeeper solidifies his status as No. 1 in Reds’ net with dramatic game-saving plays

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New Zealand sailing team reaches match point in America’s Cup

New Zealand’s Peter Burling, 26, could become the youngest helmsman to win sailing’s top prize

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Kelly: Blue Jays’ Osuna waging an internal battle away from the diamond

One hopes Toronto is approaching Osuna’s issue as it would a physical setback

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Jordan Spieth holes bunker shot to win Travelers Championship playoff

The two-time major champion won in a playoff with Daniel Berger at TPC River Highlands

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Argonauts beat Tiger-Cats in Marc Trestman’s head-coaching debut

Ricky Ray threw for a career-best 506 yards and a TD as the Toronto Argonauts beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at home

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Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna back on mound, finishes off win over Royals

Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna struck out three in a scoreless ninth inning a day after saying he was dealing with anxiety issues, and Toronto ...

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Canadian Lance Stroll finishes third at Azerbaijan Grand Prix in first podium finish

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo won the chaotic race while Sebastian Vettel extended his championship lead over Lewis Hamilton

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Jason Vargas earns 11th win as Royals top Blue Jays

Vargas pitched seven efficient innings as the Royals won for the 11th time in 13 games

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Blue Jays closer Osuna reveals struggles with anxiety off the field

Osuna said it’s when he’s not on the field that he feels ‘weird and a little bit lost’

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