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Schmidhofer, Shiffrin first and second in Lake Louise women's downhill

Schmidhofer, Shiffrin first and second in Lake Louise women's downhill

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Nicole Schmidhofer and Mikaela Shiffrin made significant gains in defending their World Cup crowns finishing first and second respectively in Saturday's downhill in Lake Louise.
Joshua beats Ruiz on points, reclaims titles in Saudi Arabia

Joshua beats Ruiz on points, reclaims titles in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Anthony Joshua jumped up and down in the ring with his massive entourage, celebrating being around $70 million richer and having three world heavyweight belts back in his possession.
Welcome back: Humphries wins her debut bobsled race with USA

Welcome back: Humphries wins her debut bobsled race with USA

Kaillie Humphries’ World Cup bobsled debut for the United States was a winning one.
Laughton leads Flyers past Senators 4-3 in chippy game

Laughton leads Flyers past Senators 4-3 in chippy game

PHILADELPHIA — Scott Laughton responded to a jarring hit to his teammate in a big way. Laughton had a goal, an assist and a hard check in a chippy contest to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Saturday.
Canadian Kingsbury takes gold medal in 100th career moguls World Cup start

Canadian Kingsbury takes gold medal in 100th career moguls World Cup start

RUKA, Finland — Canadian moguls star Mikael Kingsbury spent a good portion of his summer testing out new tricks to unleash during competitions. He didn't need them in the season-opening World Cup.

Canada's Graeme Fish wins bronze medal in speedskating World Cup

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — Graeme Fish earned the first individual speedskating World Cup medal of his career on Saturday, skating to bronze in the 10,000 metres. His time of 13 minutes 4.
Canadian women finish runner-up in Dubai rugby 7s, men place 10th

Canadian women finish runner-up in Dubai rugby 7s, men place 10th

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Gayle Broughton scored with less than 30 seconds remaining to lift New Zealand to a hard-fought 17-14 win over Canada in the women's final at the Dubai Sevens on Saturday.

Canada's Mahler wins gold in ski cross for first World Cup podium finish

VAL THORENS, France — Canadian Kris Mahler returned from injury to claim the gold medal Saturday in ski cross for his first World Cup podium. France's Bastien Midol was second while Jean Frederic Chapuis, also of France, finished third.
Canada's Boutin wins gold in short track 500 metre race at World Cup

Canada's Boutin wins gold in short track 500 metre race at World Cup

SHANGHAI — Kim Boutin remained undefeated in the 500 metres this season on Saturday by winning her fourth World Cup gold medal in the distance. Courtney Sarault also reached the podium for Canada, winning bronze in the 1,500.
Leon Draisaitl, Alex Chiasson score early power-play goals, Oilers beat Kings 2-1

Leon Draisaitl, Alex Chiasson score early power-play goals, Oilers beat Kings 2-1

EDMONTON — It wasn’t the flashy kind of win the Edmonton Oilers are used to getting with their high-end talent.