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Canadians put to the test in game one of competition

Jul 05, 2015
Stéphane Jobin

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – The Canadian women's basketball team was put to the test in their very first game at the 2015 Summer Universiade, edging Hungary 70-65 in double overtime on Sunday.

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One Canadian experiencing Gwangju from a Young Reporter’s…

Jul 05, 2015

Stéphane Jobin

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – At a multi-sports games with over 11,000 athletes and staff there are unique stories unfolding every day. That makes it the ideal place for the development of communications staff, and one Canadian is…

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Loss to Chinese Taipei knocks Canadians out of medals

Jul 05, 2015

Stéphane Jobin

With the loss, Canadians moves to 0-2 and out of medal contention. Following their final game against the host South Korea on Tuesday, they will continue on into the consolation round.

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Toth earns fourth place at the 10m platform

Jul 05, 2015
Stéphane Jobin

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – Diver Celina Toth almost brought Canada its first medal at the 28th Summer Universiade in Gwangju, Sunday.

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Canadian men’s basketball team improved its record to 2-0

Jul 05, 2015

Stéphane Jobin

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – The Canadian men's basketball team improved its record to 2-0 with an 81-61 win over Mexico on Sunday afternoon at Gwangju University Gymnasium. Canada is now tied with Russia for first place in Group B,…

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Canada earns its first victory with sweep of Zimbabwe

Jul 05, 2015

Stéphane Jobin

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – The Canadian women's volleyball team moved its record to 1-1 with an efficient 3-0 win over Zimbabwe (25-10, 25-7, 25-6), on Sunday at the Summer Universiade. The team's next match will be a crucial one…

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Corea just misses podium

Jul 05, 2015

GWANGJU, South Korea (Team Canada) – Canadian swimmer Samantha Corea came close to the podium on Sunday night, but her time of 26.51 in the 50-metre butterfly put her in fourth position by one tenth of a second on the second day of swimming events at the…

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Falcons Win 6th Straight Series

Jul 05, 2015

The Kelowna Falcons finished their 9-game road trip with a big 12-5 win over the Cowlitz Black Bears on the Fourth of July in Longview, WA. This was Kelowna's sixth straight series win, going 13-5 in that stretch.

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HarbourCats fall in Oregon

Jul 05, 2015

The Victoria HarbourCats have dropped a pair of games to start their road swing in Corvallis, Oregon, falling 4-2 on Saturday night at Goss Stadium, the home of the Oregon State Beavers.

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Canada against England in Edmonton Today

Jul 05, 2015

Women's Rugby Super Series double-header finale features New Zealand against USA, Canada against England in Edmonton on Sunday

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EDMONTON, AB - Head coach Francois Ratier has announced his…

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Intermediate Shamrocks Lose, Jr. Shamrocks Win

Jul 05, 2015

Janice Huckin

Well, it was a mixed bag for the Intermediate & Jr. Shamrocks Saturday at the Q Centre. The Intermediate Shamrocks suffered just their 3rd loss of the season, their first at home, as the fell to the Coquitlam Adanacs by a 13-7 score.

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Canucks have signed centre Blair Jones to a one-year deal

Jul 04, 2015

Vancouver, B.C. – Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the Canucks have signed centre Blair Jones to a one-year deal.

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