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  • Canada qualifies in women's rugby at the 2016 Olympics
    Canada qualifies in women's rugby at the 2016 Olympics
    According to Inside Halton on Friday, Canada has qualified in women's rugby for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The Canadian team beat Spain 29-0, the Netherlands 34-10 and France 26-5 in the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series in...
  • Niedermayer inducted into IIHF Hall of Fame
    Niedermayer inducted into IIHF Hall of Fame
    According to the Czech media outlet Pardubicky Denik on Monday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Scott Niedermayer of Edmonton, Alberta has been inducted into the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame. Niedermayer won a gold medal for...
  • Canada moves closer to 2016 Olympic Games in women's rugby
    Canada moves closer to 2016 Olympic Games in women's rugby
    According to the Canadian Olympic Committee, team Canada is one step closer to qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro women's rugby. On Saturday, team Canada finished in second place at the London Women's Sevens Rugby...
  • Nettey wins Diamond League bronze in Qatar
    Nettey wins Diamond League bronze in Qatar
    According to Asif Hossain of the Canadian Olympic Committeeon Monday, Christabel Nettey of Surrey, British Columbia won a bronze medal in the women's long jump in IAAF Diamond League action in Doha, Qatar this past weekend. The third place...
  • Three Canadian female wrestlers win at Greece International
    Three Canadian female wrestlers win at Greece International
    According to Wrestling Canada on Sunday, three Canadian women won the gold medal in their individual weight category at the Olympia Greece International wrestling tournament. Justina DiStasio of Coquitlam, British Columbia, Leah Ferguson (formerly...
  • Oldershaw wins World Cup gold in Portugal
    Oldershaw wins World Cup gold in Portugal
    According to the International Canoe Federation on Saturday, Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw of Burlington, Ontario won the gold medal in an International Canoe Federation World Cup in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal. Oldershaw, who won...
  • Valjas and Broder win bronze at Lucerne Open in Switzerland
    Valjas and Broder win bronze at Lucerne Open in Switzerland
    According to the International Volleyball Federation on Sunday, Jamie Broder of Victoria, British Columbia and Kristina Valjas of Toronto, Ontario won the bronze medal at the Lucerne Open in Switzerland. The event is part of the Beach Volleyball...
  • Crosby and Smith lead Canada to 2015 World Hockey Championship gold
    Crosby and Smith lead Canada to 2015 World Hockey Championship gold
    According to the International Ice Hockey Federationon Sunday, Canadian Olympic gold medalists Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Mike Smith of the Arizona Coyotes helped lead Canada to a 6-1 win over Russia in the gold medal game of the...
  • Smith leads Canada to finals of the 2015 World Hockey Championship
    Smith leads Canada to finals of the 2015 World Hockey Championship
    According to the International Ice Hockey Federation on Saturday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mike Smith of Kingston, Ontario made 23 saves for the shutout as team Canada beat the Czech Republic 2-0 at the 2015 World Hockey Championship in...
  • Smith leads Canada to semi-finals of the 2015 World Hockey Championship
    Smith leads Canada to semi-finals of the 2015 World Hockey Championship
    According to the International Ice Hockey Federation, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mike Smith of Kingston, Ontario recorded the shutout as Canada hammered Belarus 9-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2015 World Hockey Championship in Prague, Czech...
  • Curling Canada increases number of teams at Olympic Curling Trials
    Curling Canada increases number of teams at Olympic Curling Trials
    According to Curling Canada on Thursday in a press release, the number of teams that will participate at the 2017 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials in Ottawa has increased from eight to nine. That will make it a total of 18 teams (nine from each...
  • Duchene and Smith lead Canada to win over Austria at World Championship
    Duchene and Smith lead Canada to win over Austria at World Championship
    According to the International Ice Hockey Federation on Tuesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalists Matt Duchene of Haliburton, Ontario an Mike Smith of Kingston, Ontario made significant contributions in Canada's 10-1 romp over Austria at the...
  • Charest named Chef de Mission for Canada at 2016 Youth Olympics
    Charest named Chef de Mission for Canada at 2016 Youth Olympics
    According to the Canadian Olympic Committee in a press release on Monday, Canadian Olympic silver medalist Isabelle Charest of Rimouski, Quebec has been named the Chef de Mission for Canada at the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer....
  • Boyle helps Rangers avoid elimination in 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs
    Boyle helps Rangers avoid elimination in 2015 Stanley Cup playoffs
    According to ESPN on Sunday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Dan Boyle of Ottawa, Ontario scored the game winning goal at 4:24 of the third period as the New York Rangers beat the Washington Capitals 4-3 in game six of the Metropolitan Division...
  • Price helps Canadiens stay alive in the playoffs
    Price helps Canadiens stay alive in the playoffs
    According to ESPN on Saturday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens made 24 saves as the Canadiens beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in game five of the Atlantic Division Final of the 2015 National Hockey League...
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