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Island Disc Golf Company providing for P.E.I.'s growing scene
MUN Sea-Hawks aiming for AUS playoffs
National Hall of Fame honour for Corner Brook's Jackie Barrett
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Sport-On this day... June 1
(Reuters) - ON THIS DAY -- JUNE 1 June 1, 2002 BOXING - Promoter Don King raises the hand of Evander Holyfield after his controversial win against Hasim Rahman in their non-title bout in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Holyfield controlled most of the ...
49ers pledge $1 million to organizations 'creating change'
The San Francisco 49ers will donate $1 million to "local and national organizations who are creating change," CEO Jed York announced in a statement on Twitter on Saturday night, amid nationwide protests against discrimination and police brutality. ...
Burns dominates Woodley at UFC Fight Night
Brazilian welterweight Gilbert Burns upset American Tyron Woodley in a five-round, unanimous decision in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas. Burns (19-3), who is from Rio de Janeiro and trains in South Florida, has now won six ...
Celtics' Brown, Pacers' Brogdon join Atlanta protest
Boston Celtics forward Jaylen Brown drove 15 hours from Boston to help lead a peaceful protest in Atlanta on Saturday night, he said on a live stream of his Instagram account. "I drove 15 hours to get to Georgia, my community," said Brown, who is ...
Pistons coach Casey: 'Let's stop the injustice now'
Detroit Pistons head coach Dwane Casey called for change and unity in a statement issued Saturday, amid country-wide protests following the death of George Floyd earlier this week. Casey, 62, recalled his own experience as an 8-year-old in Kentucky ...
Determined teen makes miraculous recovery from electrocution
A group of 500 sports-minded people will gather on June 20 for Je bouge pour Sainte-Justine, but none of them will have the same appreciation of the fundraising event as 17-year-old Mateo Corrales. The 5-kilometre run, which will be staged with ...
Calgary marathoner trying to recharge after Tokyo 2020 postponed
That tall, lanky runner who cruises past on Calgary’s pathway system, his stride seemingly effortless, is going places. Just not right now. Trevor Hofbauer has already qualified to represent Canada in the marathon at the Tokyo Olympics, but ...
Ed Willes: Shining a light on former Canuck Blight despite desolating darkness
The money, $5,000 from the scholarship fund that bears her late husband’s name, isn’t a lot, but over the years Donna Blight has learned this is about more than the size of the cheque. It’s about support. It’s about awareness. It’s about ...
Day cares will be taking baby steps as they reopen Monday
Like many of the youngsters in their care, the operators of Montreal’s day-care centres will be taking baby steps as they reopen Monday. “The government has given us very specific guidelines and there are four phases to the reopening,” said ...
SIMMONS: Odd circumstances surround Steve Nash's Hall of Fame election
One of the greatest athletes in Canadian history — and you can argue maybe the greatest — was elected to Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame the other day, two years after he first became eligible. It barely made a headline that Steve Nash, two-time ...