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Canada's Lalor takes hot streak into women's baseball World Cup super round

Kelsey Lalor wasn't thrilled to open the women's baseball World Cup with a 0-for-2 day in Canada's first game of the tournament last week. So the outfielder made some adjustments and shook off some nerves. And she hasn't looked back since.
Shane Doan set to serve as pallbearer at Sen. John McCain's memorial service

Shane Doan set to serve as pallbearer at Sen. John McCain's memorial service

PHOENIX — A longtime National Hockey League player from Alberta will serve as a pallbearer at Sen. John McCain's memorial service. Shane Doan of Halkirk, Alta.
Toronto FC looks for first win in Portland in bid to climb back up MLS standings

Toronto FC looks for first win in Portland in bid to climb back up MLS standings

Toronto FC's urgent search for points takes it next to Portland, where the MLS champions have never won before. Wednesday may be a good time to visit.
Agent: Auger-Aliassime "fine" after retiring from US Open with heart palpitations

Agent: Auger-Aliassime "fine" after retiring from US Open with heart palpitations

Less than 24 hours after a heartbreaking end to his main draw debut at a Grand Slam, Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime is focused on his next tournament instead of the heart palpitations that forced him to retire from his first-round match.
Brodeur leaves post as Blues assistant general manager

Brodeur leaves post as Blues assistant general manager

ST. LOUIS — Martin Brodeur is leaving the St. Louis Blues after spending the past three years as assistant general manager. The team says Brodeur is departing to pursue other opportunities.

Canadian men squander lead, lose to Portugal at under-20 rugby tournament

BUCHAREST, Romania — Canada squandered a 26-11 halftime lead and lost 31-29 Tuesday in the opening match for both teams at the World Rugby U20 Trophy. The game was an error-filled affair, especially in the second half.
Olympic short-track speedskater Valerie Maltais makes move to long track

Olympic short-track speedskater Valerie Maltais makes move to long track

CALGARY — Decorated short-track speedskater Valerie Maltais is switching gears to long-track version of her sport. The three-time Olympian from Saguenay, Que., won a relay silver medal at the 2014 Olympic Games in short track.

Lawyers to set preliminary date next month in case of Quebec gymnastics coach

MONTREAL — Lawyers are expected to set a date next month for a lengthy preliminary hearing in the case of a former gymnastics coach charged with sexual assault.
Mitchell, Jorden, Davis honoured as Stampeders sweep CFL weekly awards

Mitchell, Jorden, Davis honoured as Stampeders sweep CFL weekly awards

TORONTO — Calgary quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell, receiver Kamar Jorden and defensive lineman Ja'Gared Davis made it a Stampeders sweep Tuesday when they were named the CFL's top performers for Week 11.
Worrying signs for Man United as Mourinho loses cool

Worrying signs for Man United as Mourinho loses cool

With his team trailing by three goals and Old Trafford rapidly emptying around him, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho stood in his technical area and stared blankly onto the field.