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Evans comes off bench to lead Tiger-Cats past Argonauts in East final

Evans comes off bench to lead Tiger-Cats past Argonauts in East final

TORONTO — A perfect performance from Dane Evans earned the Hamilton Tiger-Cats a Grey Cup rematch.
Pacific FC beat defending champs Forge FC to claim 1st Canadian Premier League title

Pacific FC beat defending champs Forge FC to claim 1st Canadian Premier League title

HAMILTON — There’s a new Canadian Premier League champion. Victoria’s Pacific FC knocked off defending champions Forge FC of Hamilton 1-0 in the CPL final Sunday for their first league title.
Goggia completes Lake Louise sweep with super-G win, joins Vonn, Seizinger

Goggia completes Lake Louise sweep with super-G win, joins Vonn, Seizinger

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Sofia Goggia felt "an explosion in my heart" when she skied across the finish line Sunday. The 29-year-old Italian became just the third woman to sweep all three races in a Lake Louise World Cup by winning the super-G.
Hamilton wins 3rd straight in chaotic Saudi Arabian F1 race

Hamilton wins 3rd straight in chaotic Saudi Arabian F1 race

Lewis Hamilton passed Max Verstappen with six laps remaining Sunday to win the chaotic inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix and pull even on points with his rival as Formula One's thrilling championship race heads into the title-deciding finale.
Russia beats Croatia to win Davis Cup after 15-year wait

Russia beats Croatia to win Davis Cup after 15-year wait

MADRID (AP) — Russia's 15-year wait for a Davis Cup title ended Sunday after another clutch performance by Daniil Medvedev.
Canada's Fleming adds to trophy case as Chelsea's women complete domestic treble in England

Canada's Fleming adds to trophy case as Chelsea's women complete domestic treble in England

LONDON (AP) — Canadian international Jessie Fleming added to her trophy case Sunday, helping Chelsea win the Women's FA Cup to clinch a domestic treble for the first time.
Humphries wins another World Cup women's bobsled race

Humphries wins another World Cup women's bobsled race

ALTENBERG, Germany (AP) — Kaillie Humphries is 2 for 2 as an American. Humphries completed a perfect weekend Sunday, teaming with Kaysha Love to win a World Cup women’s bobsled race. Canada's Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski took the bronze.
Davis Cup Finals to add host cities, reduce teams next year

Davis Cup Finals to add host cities, reduce teams next year

MADRID (AP) — There will be more host cities and fewer nations playing in the Davis Cup Finals next season in an attempt to increase fan engagement and keep the revamped team event sustainable, organizers said Sunday.
Argos quarterback Bethel-Thompson on field warming up prior to East Division final

Argos quarterback Bethel-Thompson on field warming up prior to East Division final

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts will have starter McLeod Bethel-Thompson for the East Division final.

Canadian field hockey team gets travel exemption to leave South Africa

POTCHEFSTROOM, South Africa — Field Hockey Canada says it has received an exemption from the federal government to help bring its junior women's team home from South Africa.