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Canada finishes Olympic qualifier with a win but still out of Tokyo 2020

KALININGRAD, Russia — Alexa Gray had 21 points to lead Canada's women's volleyball team past Mexico 3-0 on Sunday in their final match at an Olympic qualification tournament. The Canadians won the three sets 25-22, 25-15, 25-17.
Rafael Nadal back in Montreal and looking for a fifth Rogers Cup title

Rafael Nadal back in Montreal and looking for a fifth Rogers Cup title

MONTREAL — It was far and away the biggest moment of Denis Shapovalov's young career. But for Rafael Nadal, their Rogers Cup quarterfinal two years ago stands out as both an electric night and a missed opportunity.
Shibuno holds off Salas to win Women's British Open on debut

Shibuno holds off Salas to win Women's British Open on debut

MILTON KEYNES, England — Hinako Shibuno of Japan finished with a birdie to win the Women's British Open by one shot over Lizette Salas on Sunday as she wrapped up a stunning major championship debut.
Mancini leads Orioles past Toronto 6-5 in mistake-prone game

Mancini leads Orioles past Toronto 6-5 in mistake-prone game

BALTIMORE — Sometimes the inexperience of the Baltimore Orioles is glaring. Nonetheless, first-year manager Brandon Hyde continues to see improvement with the rebuilding club.
American star Serena Williams ready for first Rogers Cup since 2015

American star Serena Williams ready for first Rogers Cup since 2015

TORONTO — Serena Williams can still recall the frustration she felt after losing her first professional tennis match. That it happened in Canada — where she'd eventually enjoy plenty of success — made for a bitter first impression of the country.
Surf's Up! Teenager Mathea Olin wins Canada's first-ever Pan Am surfing medal

Surf's Up! Teenager Mathea Olin wins Canada's first-ever Pan Am surfing medal

PUNTA ROCAS, Peru — Surfer Mathea Olin floated on her longboard Sunday off the Punta Rocas beach, watching the ocean and waiting for the right moment to make her move.
Gimme five: Canadians to watch Monday at the Pan American Games

Gimme five: Canadians to watch Monday at the Pan American Games

LIMA, Peru — Here are five Canadian athletes/teams to watch on Monday at the Pan American Games: JENNIFER ABEL (DIVING) Canada's all-time leader in world aquatics championships medals looks to add a second 2019 Pan Am gold in the women's three-metre

Toronto Wolfpack rally in second half for comeback win over Bradford Bulls

BRADFORD, England — The Toronto Wolfpack reeled off 17 unanswered points in the second half to run their winning streak to 17 games with a 25-20 comeback victory over the Bradford Bulls in rugby league play Sunday.
One-handed Muay Thai fighter from Calgary scores impressive win in Las Vegas

One-handed Muay Thai fighter from Calgary scores impressive win in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS — One-handed Muay Thai fighter Jake Peacock of Calgary won his Lion Fight debut in spectacular fashion Saturday night, stopping American welterweight John Garcia with a head kick.

Saturday's Games

Saturday's Games CFL Calgary 24 Edmonton 18 --- MLB American League N.Y. Yankees 9, Boston 2, 1st game Baltimore 6, Toronto 4 N.Y. Yankees 6, Boston 4, 2nd game Cleveland 7, L.A.