LAKE LOUISE, Alta. - Ester Ledecka proved her versatility on snow again winning the season-opening women's World Cup downhill Friday in Lake Louise, Alta.
Cody Jamieson has played lacrosse his whole life, including suiting up for the Knighthawks the past nine years in Rochester, N.Y. Now he gets to show Halifax what the sport he loves is all about.
HALIFAX - A report prepared for Halifax Regional Council recommends the rejection of a proposed CFL stadium in the city's Shannon Park neighbourhood, but also says a one-time payment of $20-million could be made for a facility elsewhere.
Longtime hockey pro Sean McMorrow knew what was coming after his team's particularly poor showing in a blowout loss back in his junior days.
REGINA - Craig Dickenson is thrilled to have a man with four years of CFL head coaching experience guiding the Saskatchewan Roughriders offence.
VAL THORENS, France - Kevin Drury won gold as Canada kicked off the ski cross World Cup season with a three-medal performance Friday.
NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan - Ivanie Blondin won gold and fellow Ottawa native Isabelle Weidemann claimed bronze in the women's 5,000 metres Friday at a World Cup speedskating event.
Alex Gonzalez, an 18-year-old who turned heads with top-10 performances at FIFA video game tournaments in Atlanta and London, has signed on as the Vancouver Whitecaps' esports gamer.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Bianca Farella scored three tries Friday as the Canadian women advanced to the Cup quarterfinals of the Dubai Sevens despite a heavy loss to the U.S.
SYDNEY, Australia - Toronto Wolfpack forward Darcy Lussick won his heavyweight pro boxing debut Friday, knocking out former rugby league star Justin Hodges in 39 seconds.
DALLAS - The Dallas Stars didn’t want to be in overtime after blowing a two-goal lead. Joe Pavelski didn’t mind because he’d been there before.
TORONTO - Raptors coach Nick Nurse called it "an interesting experiment." But ultimately it proved to be another opposition failure in the James Harden laboratory.
TORONTO - Houston coach Mike D'Antoni was philosophical Thursday in the wake of a James Harden dunk that didn't count in the Rockets' loss in San Antonio on Tuesday.
Former NHL player Brent Sopel says his stories on a year-old podcast about rough treatment from Marc Crawford were meant "to entertain the listener" and not to make allegations against his former coach.
LAKE LOUISE, Alta. - Canada lacks a classic downhiller in women's ski racing, but speed is vitally important to the all-rounders on the national alpine team.
CALGARY - A deal to build a new arena in downtown Calgary is official after definitive agreements were signed between the city, the Calgary Flames hockey organization and the Calgary Stampede.
TORONTO - Two Toronto Wolfpack players are moving on with halfback Ryan Brierley joining Hull Kingston Rovers permanently while centre Greg Worthington goes to Featherstone Rovers on loan.
After 74 games in UCLA colours, Canadian international Jessie Fleming's collegiate soccer career will end at the College Cup in San Jose, Calif.
Thierry Henry will make his MLS managerial debut with the Montreal Impact on Feb. 29 at Olympic Stadium against the New England Revolution.
AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard has been given a wild-card entry into the main draw of next month's season-opening ASB Classic.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Cayden Primeau will make his NHL debut tonight when the rookie starts against the visiting Colorado Avalanche.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - Bianca Farella scored two early tries and Canada staved off a Russian rally in the second half to win its opening match 24-19 at the Dubai Sevens on Thursday.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - The mayor of St. Petersburg says the city will not allow the Tampa Bay Rays to pursue a plan to split home games between new stadiums that would be built in Florida and Montreal.
MONTREAL - A potential return of Major League Baseball to Montreal is on hold until at least 2028 after the mayor of St. Petersburg, Fla., said negotiations to split the Tampa Bay Rays' home dates have ended.
TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays can boast about a young core with plenty of potential. The next step for general manager Ross Atkins is surrounding those players with some reliable starting pitchers.