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Cheryl Bernard to act as substitute for Team Scheidegger at 3 curling events

2010 Olympic silver medallist Cheryl Bernard, who serves as president and CEO of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame, has no plans for a comeback at the elite women's level. But she is planning a return to top-flight competition as a substitute at three upcoming events with Team Scheidegger.

New-look Team Epping already finding rhythm on the ice

Skip John Epping, new third Ryan Fry, second Mat Camm and lead Brent Laing are off to a dream start this season. They topped an excellent field to win the AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Classic in Cornwall, Ont., over the weekend for their second straight World Curling Tour title.

Red Sox down Blue Jays to end 5-game losing skid

Mookie Betts had three hits and scored twice as the Boston Red Sox ended a five-game losing skid with a 7-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Thursday night.

Trent Thornton spins a gem as Blue Jays rout Red Sox

Rowdy Tellez and Teoscar Hernandez homered and four Toronto pitchers combined on a two-hit shutout as the Blue Jays dumped the Boston Red Sox 8-0 on Wednesday night at Rogers Centre.

Blue Jays edge Red Sox to end 7-game losing streak

Rowdy Tellez hit a go-ahead two-run shot in the fifth inning — one of three Toronto homers on the night — as the Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3 on Tuesday at Rogers Centre.

Curling expected to shorten games to 8 ends

Discussion on moving to a shorter eight-end game has been a talking point for years and it's the headline subject at this week's World Curling Congress in Mexico.

Jin Young Ko takes Brooke Henderson's CP Women's Open title

Top-ranked Jin Young Ko is the winner of the CP Women's Open after closing with a 64 for a 26-under-par 262 total, seven shots ahead of defending champion Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ont.
CP Women's Open

From starstruck to star, young Michelle Liu a fan favourite at CP Women's Open

Just four years ago, Canadian amateur Michelle Liu was leaning on the ropes at the CP Women's Open to ask LPGA Tour professionals for autographs. This week at Magna Golf Club it was the 12-year-old Liu who was thrilling fans with her signature.

Henderson returns to defend CP Women's Open title, 12-year-old Liu set to make debut

Brooke Henderson remembers being rather star-struck when she made her first appearance at the CP Women's Open. It's a feeling that fellow Canadian Michelle Liu is experiencing herself this week at the Magna Golf Club.

Warner defends title, LePage grabs bronze in Pan Am decathlon

Damian Warner finished with 8,513 points, well ahead of Lindon Victor of Grenada (8,240), while Warner's teammate, Pierce LePage, took the bronze with 8,161 in the decathlon event at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, on Wednesday.

Canada to play Argentina for Olympic berth in women's field hockey final

The Canadian women's field hockey team knocked the Americans off their perch as Pan Am Games champions on Tuesday night.

Canada's Ellie Black repeats 5-medal Pan Ams performance

Canadian gymnast Ellie Black's breakout performance came four years ago in Toronto. Her Pan Am Games encore in Lima was on par and nearly one better.

Canada's McClintock-Rini wins silver and stepdaughter Rini takes bronze

The Canadian water-skier, her hair still wet after a silver-medal performance in the chilly Bujama Lagoon, raised her hands to her face and started to cry. A mix of feelings and questions came flooding to the surface as she took a moment to compose herself.

Silver for Santavy: Canadian weightlifter takes 2nd at Pan Am Games

The 22-year-old Canadian was the weightlifter to beat at the Mariscal Caceras Coliseum until he came up short with his final lift in the clean and jerk.

From oceanside beauty to true favela grit, Lima Pan Am Games offers mixed bag

If the bumpy ride along the pothole-laden roads to the Villa Maria Del Triunfo sports complex doesn't get your attention, the intensity of the surroundings once you step out of the vehicle will.