Toronto FC beat Seattle Sounders 2-0 to win first MLS Cup final

Toronto FC beat Seattle Sounders 2-0 to win first MLS Cup final

TORONTO – Jozy Altidore scored in the 67th minute and Victor Vazquez added a stoppage-time goal Saturday as Toronto FC completed a record-breaking season with a 2-0 win over Seattle in the MLS Cup final, avenging a penalty shootout loss...
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Alpine Canada apologizes to victims of former national ski coach Bertand Charest

Alpine Canada apologizes to victims of former national ski coach Bertand Charest

The chair of the board of Alpine Canada has apologized to the victims of a former national ski coach convicted of sexual assault.Martha Hall Findlay says the organization failed to support Bertrand Charest’s teenage victims when its leaders learned about...
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Citing health issues, Georges St-Pierre gives up UFC middleweight title

Citing health issues, Georges St-Pierre gives up UFC middleweight title

Citing health issues, Georges St-Pierre is giving up his newly won UFC middleweight title.The 36-year-old from Montreal won the 185-pound crown Nov. 4 when he dethroned Michael Bisping at UFC 217 in New York. It was the first fight for...
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An NHL team in Seattle just became a distinct possibility, as per the commissioner

An NHL team in Seattle just became a distinct possibility, as per the commissioner

The National Hockey League’s (NHL) board of governors has agreed to consider an application for expansion from Seattle, commissioner Gary Bettman said Thursday.Seattle’s expansion fee has been set at US$650 million — which is $150 million more than the e...
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Organizers worried Winter Olympics in South Korea might be too chilly at -11 C

Organizers worried Winter Olympics in South Korea might be too chilly at -11 C

It could be the coldest Olympics in almost 30 years.Organizers for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are scrambling to come up with measures to fight the cold, which they think could bring temperatures as low as -11 C during the opening...
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U.S. ambassador: Sending athletes to South Korea Olympics an ‘open question’

U.S. ambassador: Sending athletes to South Korea Olympics an ‘open question’

The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, said there should be discussions over the safety of sending American athletes to the Korean Peninsula for the Winter Olympics amid North Korea tensions.Story continues below Speaking with Fox News on...
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Gymnastics Canada suspends Alberta coach amid sexual-abuse allegations

Gymnastics Canada suspends Alberta coach amid sexual-abuse allegations

An Edmonton gym has banned one of its co-founders — gymnastics coach Michel Arsenault — and Gymnastics Canada has suspended him amid allegations he sexually abused some of his former students.Champions Gymnastics says it is taking the allegations against ...
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Former Eskimos star Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

Former Eskimos star Warren Moon sued for sexual harassment

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Vladimir Putin won’t stop Russian athletes from competing in 2018 Winter Olympics

Vladimir Putin won’t stop Russian athletes from competing in 2018 Winter Olympics

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Russia would not prevent its athletes from competing at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics if they so desired.Story continues below Putin added that Russia accepted some responsibility for the Internati...
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Kremlin dismisses ban from 2018 Winter Games, to analyze IOC ruling before taking steps

Kremlin dismisses ban from 2018 Winter Games, to analyze IOC ruling before taking steps

MOSCOW – The Kremlin needs to analyze the International Olympic Committee’s ruling to bar Russia and its sports officials from the upcoming Pyeongchang Games before making any decisions regarding the country’s participation, a spokesman for President Vla...
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Former skier Vania Grandi named new president and CEO of Alpine Canada

Former skier Vania Grandi named new president and CEO of Alpine Canada

Vania Grandi was named the new president and CEO of Alpine Canada on Tuesday.Grandi is the first woman to lead Alpine Canada. She was a member the Canadian national ski team along with her younger brother, four-time Olympian Thomas Grandi,...
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