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Canada's Denis Shapovalov pulls out of French Open with shoulder injury

Canada's Denis Shapovalov pulls out of French Open with shoulder injury

Canada's Denis Shapovalov has withdrawn from the upcoming French Open tennis tournament due to a shoulder injury. He made the announcement Sunday via a Twitter post.
Canadian international Jonathan David helps Lille secure the French Ligue 1 title

Canadian international Jonathan David helps Lille secure the French Ligue 1 title

ANGERS, France — Canadian international Jonathan David scored one goal and helped set up the other Sunday as Lille sealed the French league title with a 2-1 victory over Angers.
Trevor Moore scores a pair as U.S. dumps Canada 5-1 at world hockey championship

Trevor Moore scores a pair as U.S. dumps Canada 5-1 at world hockey championship

RIGA, Latvia — Trevor Moore scored twice in the second period to lead the United States to a 5-1 victory over Canada at the world hockey championship.
Rays rally with 5 walks in 9th, top Jays for 10th win in row

Rays rally with 5 walks in 9th, top Jays for 10th win in row

DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — Austin Meadows, Manuel Margot and Mike Brosseau drew consecutive bases-loaded walks with two walks in the ninth inning and the Tampa Bay Rays rallied for their 10th straight win, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4 on Sunday.
Canada's Brown finishes second in 200 metres at Diamond League meet, De Grasse third

Canada's Brown finishes second in 200 metres at Diamond League meet, De Grasse third

GATESHEAD, United Kingdom — Canada's Aaron Brown finished in second place in the 200 metres at the Diamond League's Gateshead meet on Sunday while teammate Andre De Grasse took third. American Kenneth Bednarek finished first in 20.33 seconds.
Harris scores 37 leads 76ers past Wizards 125-118 in Game 1

Harris scores 37 leads 76ers past Wizards 125-118 in Game 1

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Tobias Harris showed why Philadelphia might have its own Big 3 worthy of winning a championship.
Canada's Gushue and Einarson miss podium at world mixed doubles curling championship

Canada's Gushue and Einarson miss podium at world mixed doubles curling championship

ABERDEEN, United Kingdom — Canada's Kerri Einarson and Brad Gushue settled for a fourth-place finish at the world mixed doubles curling championship on Sunday after a 7-4 loss to Sweden in the bronze-medal game.
Canada's Cam Levins dips under Tokyo marathon standard with a week to spare

Canada's Cam Levins dips under Tokyo marathon standard with a week to spare

Canada's Cam Levins raced Sunday knowing it was his last shot. Two previous failed attempts lingered in the back of his mind. He ran in the rain, and all alone for the last 25 kilometres, conditions not conducive to fast times.

Scoreboard for Saturday May 22, 2021

Saturday's Games (All Times Eastern) NHL Playoffs Best-of-Seven First Round Tampa Bay 6 Florida 2 (Tampa Bay leads series 3 - 1) N.Y.
Houston Dynamo hold off Vancouver Whitecaps for 2-1 win

Houston Dynamo hold off Vancouver Whitecaps for 2-1 win

HOUSTON (AP) — Memo Rodriguez and Maxi Urruti scored first-half goals and the Houston Dynamo held off the Vancouver Whitecaps for a 2-1 win on Saturday night. The Dynamo (3-2-2) took the lead in the eighth minute.