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  • Canadians win diving gold at 2015 Summer Universiade
    Canadians win diving gold at 2015 Summer Universiade
    According to the Calgary Sun on Monday, team Canada captured their first gold medal at the 2015 Summer Universiade in Gwangju, South Korea. Celina Toth of St. Thomas, Ontario and Carol-Ann Ware of Montreal, Quebec won the gold medal in the women&...
  • McKee helps Canada beat China in women's water polo at Summer Universiade
    McKee helps Canada beat China in women's water polo at Summer Universiade
    According to the 2015 Universiade on Monday, Kelly McKee of Calgary, Alberta scored as Canada continued its unbeaten streak to three wins and zero losses with a 11-5 win over China in women's water polo at the 2015 Summer Universiade in...
  • Natalie Coughlin
    U.S. releases 2015 Pan American Games roster
    There's good news for sports fans who can't wait for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio: the 2015 Pan American Games are set for July 10-26 in Toronto. On July 6, the U.S. Olympic Committee formally revealed the identities of the dedicated...
  • Valois-Fortier wins judo gold in Mongolia
    Valois-Fortier wins judo gold in Mongolia
    According to La Presse, Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Antoine Valois-Fortier won a gold medal at a Grand Prix event in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia on Saturday. It was a significant stepping stone for Valois-Fortier as he prepares for the 2015 World...
  • Hot photos of 2015 World Cup Golden Ball award winner Carli Lloyd
    Hot photos of 2015 World Cup Golden Ball award winner Carli Lloyd
    The United States national women's soccer team defeated Japan 5-2 in the World Cup final on Sunday, July 5, 2015, to claim the World Cup title. Team USA won in no small part thanks to Carli Lloyd's three goals and Carli was awardedthe...
  • Olympian Aly Raisman
    'DWTS' alum and Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman bares all for ESPN
    When the 2015 edition of ESPN the Magazine's "Body Issue" hits newsstands on July 10, fans of Olympic gymnast and one-time "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Aly Raisman will see an entirely new side of the 21-year old...
  • USA to play Japan in Olympic gold medal rematch at Women's World Cup final
    USA to play Japan in Olympic gold medal rematch at Women's World Cup final
    According to Martin MacMahon of Rogers Sportsnet on Saturday, the United States will play Japan in the championship final of the 2015 Women's World Cup in Canada on Sunday. The final, which will be a rematch of the gold medal game in women'...
  • Ward wins 2015 Queen Elizabeth II Cup
    Ward wins 2015 Queen Elizabeth II Cup
    According to Daniel Austin of the Calgary Sun on Sunday, McLain Ward of the United States won the 2015 ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Alberta. For Ward, it was his first ATCO Power Queen Elizabeth II Cup victory of...
  • Hottest photos of Natalie Coughlin who is in 2015 ESPN The Body Issue
    Hottest photos of Natalie Coughlin who is in 2015 ESPN The Body Issue
    ESPN The Magazine Body Issue is set to be released online on Monday, July 6, 2015, and the print issue will hit the newsstands on Friday, July 10, 2015. Appearing in the Body Issue in 2015 is American swimmer Natalie Coughlin who has won three...
  • St. Louis retires from the NHL
    St. Louis retires from the NHL
    According to the Canadian Press on Thursday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Martin St. Louis of Laval, Quebec has retired from the New York Rangers at the age of 40. St. Louis won a gold medal with Canada in men's hockey at the 2014 Olympic...
  • Oldershaw to be Canadian flag bearer at 2015 Pan American Games opening ceremony
    Oldershaw to be Canadian flag bearer at 2015 Pan American Games opening ceremony
    According to the Toronto Star on Wednesday, Canadian Olympic bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw of Burlington, Ontario was named the flag bearer for Team Canada during the opening ceremonies of the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Ontario on July...
  • Pronger selected to Hockey Hall of Fame
    Pronger selected to Hockey Hall of Fame
    According to the National Hockey League on Monday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Chris Pronger of Dryden, Ontario will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario this fall. Pronger was on a distinguished list that included...
  • Kings terminate Richards' contract
    Kings terminate Richards' contract
    According to SB Nation on Monday, the Los Angeles Kings have terminated the contract of Canadian Olympic gold medalist Mike Richards of Kenora, Ontario. Richards had five goals and 11 assists for 16 points in 53 regular season games with the Kings...
  • The Olympic rings
    Boston 2024 Olympic planners present new strategy as deadline looms
    After a recent poll revealed a serious lack of local interest in hosting the 2024 Olympic Games, the committee for Boston 2024 revealed a revamped $4.6 billion plan on June 29. Organizers hope the new strategy, which focuses on long-term...
  • Trevor Moore
    Olympian Trevor Moore still missing but Coast Guard suspends search
    The search for Olympian Trevor Moore, whose belongings were found aboard an empty inflatable dinghy that was discovered on Florida's Biscayne Bay on June 25, has been suspended, according to a June 27 report. The 510 square nautical mile...
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