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Tiger Woods seriously injured in crash on steep LA-area road

Tiger Woods seriously injured in crash on steep LA-area road

LOS ANGELES — Tiger Woods crashed his SUV on sweeping, downhill road in the Los Angels suburbs Tuesday morning, and doctors tried to stabilize “significant” injuries to his right leg with rods and a combination of screws and pins.

Biden administration withdraws from transgender athlete case

The Biden administration has withdrawn government support for a federal lawsuit in Connecticut that seeks to ban transgender athletes from participating in girls' high school sports.
Jennifer Jones reaches career wins milestone in Tournament of Hearts

Jennifer Jones reaches career wins milestone in Tournament of Hearts

CALGARY — Athletes setting significant records in their sport are often too busy achieving those milestones to process their place in history in the moment.

Raptors drop 109-102 decision to Sixers to split two-game series

TAMPA, Fla. — Trailing by 17 points with less than two minutes to play, and a game in Miami looming the next day, the Toronto Raptors could have called it a night.
Norris and Stutzle score in shootout to help Senators to 5-4 victory over Canadiens

Norris and Stutzle score in shootout to help Senators to 5-4 victory over Canadiens

OTTAWA — A couple chipped teeth, two goals, a fight, four shots, and 18-plus minutes of quality ice time. Brady Tkachuk did everything he could to lock down two points for Ottawa on Tuesday night.

Joey Anderson scores twice, Marlies beat Heat for second time in three days

CALGARY — Joey Anderson scored twice as the Toronto Marlies beat the Stockton Heat 5-1 on Tuesday in American Hockey League play.
Defenders Justin Morrow, Eriq Zavaleta sign new deals with Toronto FC

Defenders Justin Morrow, Eriq Zavaleta sign new deals with Toronto FC

Toronto FC officially brought defenders Justin Morrow and Eriq Zavaleta back into the fold Tuesday, retaining experience and continuity.
First-place Maple Leafs look to regroup after loss to Flames: 'We're not comfortable'

First-place Maple Leafs look to regroup after loss to Flames: 'We're not comfortable'

TORONTO — Sheldon Keefe and his Maple Leafs have a decent cushion atop the North Division. That doesn't mean Toronto is feeling comfortable 20 games into the NHL's pandemic-shortened season.
Toronto's Springer renewing old relationships, getting to know new teammates

Toronto's Springer renewing old relationships, getting to know new teammates

DUNEDIN, Fla. — George Springer says it still feels a little strange to put on a Toronto Blue Jays uniform.
Canadian men shift first World Cup qualifying home game to Orlando due to pandemic

Canadian men shift first World Cup qualifying home game to Orlando due to pandemic

The Canadian men's soccer team will join the Raptors and Blue Jays in Florida next month.