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Canada's Drury wins silver and Thompson takes bronze at ski-cross World Cup

Canada's Drury wins silver and Thompson takes bronze at ski-cross World Cup

IDRE FJALL, Sweden — Toronto's Kevin Drury won silver in the men's big final at a ski-cross World Cup event on Sunday, with Marielle Thompson of Whistler, B.C., finishing third on the women's side.
Canadian Mark McMorris makes Winter X Games history with 18th career medal

Canadian Mark McMorris makes Winter X Games history with 18th career medal

ASPEN, Colo. — Canadian Mark McMorris earned his 18th individual Winter X Games medal to equal American Shaun White's mark in Aspen, Colo.
Pacific Division puts aside differences to grab NHL all-star game crown

Pacific Division puts aside differences to grab NHL all-star game crown

ST. LOUIS — Some of the key figures in what's once again the NHL's most heated rivalry briefly put their differences aside at the league's all-star game. It'll soon be back to regularly scheduled programming.

Canadian track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell adds to medal haul at Milton World Cup

MILTON, Ont. — With persistent stomach flu symptoms refusing to subside, Canadian track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell did well just to make it to the Mattamy National Cycling Centre on Saturday.

Canada's Mikael Kingsbury wins moguls World Cup gold in Mont-Tremblant

MONT-TREMBLANT, Que. — Two tenths of a point. That's all that separated Mikael Kingsbury and his long-time rival, Ikuma Horishima, in the men's moguls final at a World Cup event in Mont-Tremblant, Que., on Saturday.
Canada's Justin Kripps wins silver at bobsled World Cup in Germany

Canada's Justin Kripps wins silver at bobsled World Cup in Germany

KONIGSSEE, Germany — Canada's Justin Kripps continued to roll in Konigssee, Germany, by winning his fifth career medal on the bobsled track. The 32-year-old Olympic champion teamed up with Cam Stones of Whitby, Ont.
Canada's Brigitte Thibault returns to Augusta National Women's Amateur

Canada's Brigitte Thibault returns to Augusta National Women's Amateur

Brigitte Thibault of Rosemere, Que., is headed back to the Augusta National Women's Amateur. The 21-year-old was the only Canadian in the field at the inaugural event last year and was officially invited back on Saturday.

Canada's Leman and Phelan on World Cup ski-cross podium in Sweden

IDRE FJALL, Sweden — Calgary's Brady Leman won silver in men's ski cross at a World Cup event in Sweden on Saturday with Britt Phelan of Mont-Tremblant, Que., taking bronze on the women's side.

Morneau elected to Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame

MINNEAPOLIS — Former Twins first baseman Justin Morneau has been elected to the club's Hall of Fame. Morneau will be inducted during a ceremony at Target Field before the May 23 game against the Chicago White Sox. Morneau, from New Westminster, B.C.
Bloodied but unbowed, Kyrgios sets Nadal clash in Australia

Bloodied but unbowed, Kyrgios sets Nadal clash in Australia

MELBOURNE, Australia — Nick Kyrgios put aside a bloody hand, a hamstring issue, a tiff with the chair umpire and a resilient opponent who saved a pair of match points.