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Lauren Rajala to lead Team Canada into Opening Ceremony at Lausanne 2020

On Monday, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) named 17-year old curler, Lauren Rajala, as Team Canada’s Opening Ceremony flag bearer for the Youth Olympic Games Lausanne 2020.


Paige Hadley ruled from remainder of Constellation Cup

Australian Diamonds midcourter Paige Hadley has been ruled from the remainder of the Constellation Cup test series after fracturing her right wrist during Wednesday’s match against the New Zealand Silver Ferns in Auckland.


Allan Donald Hosts Bowling Clinic at Mangaung Oval

Bloemfontein- Free State Cricket successfully hosted an Allan Donald fast bowlers clinic at Mangaung Oval on 18 and 19 October.


Dodet and McElroy claim World Cup titles

Tongyeong, South Korea set the scene for today’s World Cup, in favourable race day conditions with scenic harbour views. Sandra Dodet claimed the gold medal in the elite women’s race, producing a striking run leg to earn the 2019 title. Matthew McElroy from USA stormed home, with a powerful running performance, to be awarded the gold medal in the elite men’s race


France claim Mixed Relay World Title for second year running

Team France has defended their title to win, for the second consecutive time, the Mixed Relay World Championships in an almost down to the line fight with Team Germany, cheered by thousands of spectators that lined up once again in Hamburg to watch live one of the most thrilling triathlon races that one can imagine. And this years Elite men’s winner, Jake Britwhistle, took Australia to the third spot in the podium.


Canadians Celebrate Triple Medal Day to Cap Off 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships

Canada’s Para-Nordic skiers put an exclamation mark on a stellar week at the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships with a triple medal Sunday, bringing their medal haul to 10.


Rahneva and Maier Win Gold and Bronze for Canada at Calgary World Cup

Canada’s Mirela Rahneva and Elisabeth Maier shared the international skeleton podium for the second time of their careers, winning the gold and bronze medals on Friday at the BMW IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh and Skeleton in Calgary, presented by the Calgary Stampede.


Mark Arendz Celebrates Silver in Biathlon Distance Race at World Para Nordic Skiing Championships

Mark Arendz took advantage of a perfect day of shooting to win his fourth medal of the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships – a silver in the biathlon individual race on Thursday in Prince George, B.C.


Wellington Firebirds hang on to their lead in Ford Trophy

The Wellington Firebirds have kept their slender grip on top of the 2018/19 Ford Trophy points table after another impressive win at the Basin Reserve today.


Gujarat too good for Dabang Delhi in Pro Kabaddi League Season VI

Gujarat Fortunegiants continued their streak with a win over Dabang Delhi K.C. in Pro Kabaddi League Season VI. Chandran Ranjit and Naveen Kumar tried their best to make an impact on the match by getting 11 and 8 raid points. They were led down by the experienced corner pair Ravinder Pahal and Captain Joginder Narwal who collected 3 tackle points in total between them. Dong Geon Lee was brought in for the match and caused problems for Delhi to get a Super 10. Sunil Kumar had a below par performance but his absence was covered up by Parvesh Bhainswal who got 6 tackle points.


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