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‘You need everything to be happy’: Damian Warner leaves Calgary for London, Ont.

'You need everything to be happy': Damian Warner leaves Calgary for London, Ont.

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To be the best in the world, Damian Warner believes he needs to train where he's most happy. And so the 28-year-old decathlete is leaving his training base in Calgary and moving back home to London, Ont., to train with Gar Leyshon, the high school coach who first introduced him to track and field. "I…
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2018 Canadian Sport Awards Recap
Undefeated U.S. downs Canada 3-1 at men’s volleyball world championship
Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu doesn’t miss a beat, leads Autumn Classic after short program

Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu doesn't miss a beat, leads Autumn Classic after short program

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Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu seized the lead with a fluid skate in the men's short program on Friday at the Autumn Classic International. Hanyu is skating in his first competition since becoming the first man to repeat as Olympic champion since Dick Button in 1952. Hanyu scored 97.74 points, putting him well ahead of second-place finisher…
CBC Sports Plays of the Week

CBC Sports Plays of the Week

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A look at some of the best plays in the world of sports.
Canadian NHL roundup: Tavares scores 1st goal on home ice as Leafs top Sabres

Canadian NHL roundup: Tavares scores 1st goal on home ice as Leafs top Sabres

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John Tavares scored his first two goals on home ice with the Maple Leafs as Toronto defeated the Buffalo Sabres 5-3 in pre-season play on Friday night. Ron Hainsey, Pierre Engvall and Chris Mueller also scored for the Leafs. Curtis McElhinney stopped all 20 shots he faced after replacing Garret Sparks, who made nine saves,…