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Host Sea Dogs shake rust, Bulldogs in 5-3 Memorial Cup win

Host Sea Dogs shake rust, Bulldogs in 5-3 Memorial Cup win

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — New jerseys, new coach and new attitude — the Saint John Sea Dogs are making the best of a fresh reset after a disappointing playoff implosion.
Anderson returns for White Sox, Moncada out with injury

Anderson returns for White Sox, Moncada out with injury

CHICAGO (AP) — The sputtering Chicago White Sox got Tim Anderson back on Monday night, returning the dynamic shortstop to the top of their lineup. Anderson was activated from the 10-day injured list after being sidelined by a strained right groin.
U.S. Open a reminder of what really matters in golf

U.S. Open a reminder of what really matters in golf

BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) — A week that began with Phil Mickelson speaking without saying hardly anything ended with Matt Fitzpatrick at a momentary loss for words in his proudest moment. The U.S.
Champion Warriors celebrate fourth title in eight seasons

Champion Warriors celebrate fourth title in eight seasons

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — From the moment all those months ago that Klay Thompson uttered “championship or bust” with his team off to an 18-2 start, the Golden State Warriors seemed set to make good on his lofty proclamation.
Elite rugby players facing 12 days out after a concussion

Elite rugby players facing 12 days out after a concussion

DUBLIN (AP) — The vast majority of elite-level rugby players diagnosed with a concussion will not be able to return to play for 12 days as a result of changes being introduced by the sport’s world governing body from July 1.
Canada's Masse wins third straight world 100 backstroke medal with silver in Budapest

Canada's Masse wins third straight world 100 backstroke medal with silver in Budapest

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Kylie Masse took silver in the women's 100-metre backstroke at the world aquatic championships, finishing just short of a third straight world title in the event. Masse, from LaSalle, Ont., finished in 58.40 seconds, .
International swimming's transgender athlete restrictions make waves in Canada

International swimming's transgender athlete restrictions make waves in Canada

The world governing body of swimming's exclusion of transgender athletes is creating waves in Canada. FINA adopted Sunday a "gender inclusion policy" that went into effect Monday.
Russian winger Andrei Kuzmenko to sign with Canucks: team, agent

Russian winger Andrei Kuzmenko to sign with Canucks: team, agent

VANCOUVER — Andrei Kuzmenko has chosen the Canucks. Vancouver general manager Patrik Allvin said Monday that Kuzmenko has committed to sign with the NHL team when free agency opens July 13.
Wife of WNBA's Griner tells AP scheduled call never happened

Wife of WNBA's Griner tells AP scheduled call never happened

WASHINGTON (AP) — WNBA star Brittney Griner tried to call her wife nearly a dozen times through the American embassy in Russia on the couple’s fourth anniversary Saturday, but they never connected since the phone line at the embassy was not staffed,
Curling Canada to kick off quadrennial with new PointsBet Invitational

Curling Canada to kick off quadrennial with new PointsBet Invitational

Curling Canada is pushing all-in on a new competition next season that will kick off the Season of Champions schedule and showcase the organization's new partnership with PointsBet Canada. The inaugural Sept.