1. Canada jumps it's way to silver

    Canada's showjumping team gave fans alot to cheer for as well as alot of inspiration today. The Canadian team of Jill Henselwood of Oxford Mills, Ont., Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, Ont...

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  2. Canada adds two more medals in rowing

    The Canadian rowers are quickly becoming the best and most surprising story for Canada at these Olympics. The Canadian men's four and the women's each each won a bronze medal to go along with a gold from the Canadian men's eight...

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  3. Sweet Redemption for Candian men's eight

    In the span of five minutes and 23.89 seconds, the Canadian men's eight wiped away four years of frustration in men's rowing. The men made the most of they're second chance these Olympics as they captured the gold medal in Beijing...

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  4. Phelps in a league of his own

    August 17 2008 will forever go down in the history books when American swimmer Michael Phelps rose to Olympic immortality...

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  5. Michael Phelps' date with Destiny

    Saturday night could very well mark a historic moment in Olympic history as well a record that could take some beating. American sensation Michael Phelps attempts to break a record that many though was unreachable, 8 gold medals in one Olympics...

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  6. Roger Federer Finally Stikes Gold With Olympic Doubles Win

    Struggling tennis superstar Roger Federer got some redemption Saturday with a victory in men's doubles over Sweden, 6-3, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3...

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  7. Canada Now on Brink In Olympic Baseball

    Team Canada is now very much on the bubble in men's baseball. A third straight loss, 5-4 to the United States Saturday, means Canada must win out in order to have any hope of advancing to the medal round...

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  8. Canada Finally Gets on The Medal Table in Beijing

    Canada finally got on the board on Day 9 of the Olympics with three medals on Saturday. After 9 days of frustration and huge pressure Canada got over the hump in a big way...

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  9. Canada drops second straight

    Canada had another big slip up Friday as they dropped another tight contest 1-0 to Korea in men's baseball. If there were tons of positives and great things to take from the match against Cuba, there is anything but that to take from this match...

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  10. Extra time heartbreak for Canadian Women

    A hard fought and trying came for Canada ended with many tears and disbelief. A game that seemed to take forever to end due to extreme rain and thunder in Beijing ended in heartbreaking for Canada...

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  11. Canada falls Short against defending Champs

    Canada failed to exact some revenge from Athens as they were edged 7-6 by Cuba in they're second match of the Olympics...

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  12. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Bounce Back in Week 7

    Winnipeg Blue Bomber fans got exactly what they were looking for Thursday night - a win. That's all that mattered...

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  13. Roger Federer's Woes Continue in Olympic Tennis Defeat

    A miserable year has gone from bad to worse for the once-dominant tennis star. Thursday's defeat at the hands of American James Blake has just added to the nightmare stretch Roger Federer has endured and yet to wake up from...

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  14. Canucks Starting Fresh

    With the loss of guys like Markus Naslund, Brendan Morrison, and Trevor Linden, the Vancouver Canucks will have a very new and fresh look to them come training camp. Gone are forwards who have been the face of this franchise for almost a decade...

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  15. Canada wins big in Olympic baseball opener

    The Canadian men opened their campaign in impressive fashion Wednesday, smashing the host Chinese 10-0 in a very one-sided affair. The Canadians, who struggled in some exhibition matches, looked very sharp and ready for these Olympics...

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  16. Canada still shutout on podium

    After six days of competition in Beijing Canadians have had little to cheer for in these Olympics. Canada has yet to medal in the Olympics and have shown little hope to Canadian fans to even come close at this point...

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  17. Winnipeg Blue Bombers Add Some Speed to Return Game

    It was announced that the Blue Bombers have signed dangerous kick returner Jason Armstead. The kick returner and wide receiver comes to Winnipeg in desperate times, as the Bombers have struggled to get anything going at 1-6...

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  18. Canadian Women's Soccer at the Olympics: Mission accomplished, So far

    Despite a 2-1 loss to Sweden on Tuesday Canada advanced to the quarter finals of Women's soccer. Melissa Tancredi scored the lone Canadian goal with a beautiful diving header...

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  19. Kevin Glenn Back In The Mix For Winnipeg Blue Bombers

    After yet another disappointing loss last Friday, Coach Doug Berry is making another change at quarterback, naming Kevin Glenn as the starter for Thursday's game against Hamilton...

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  20. Brewers look to come together

    With a little over a month to go in the major league season there is little room for error for the Brewers in they're quest for only their third ever playoff berth and the first since 1982...

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  21. Canada begins on the right foot

    On a very hot and humid evening in Beijing on Wednesday, Canada opened it's Olympic campaign with a 2-1 victory over Argentina. Canada overcame tough conditions to get a vital win thanks to Kara Lang's goal in the 72nd minute...

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  22. Ron Lancaster Fighting for His Life

    After facing and conquering his biggest challenge five years ago, CFL legend Ron Lancaster is once again in the battle of his life. It was announced earlier this week that the Hall of Fame quarterback has been diagnosed with lung cancer...

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  23. Who's the Man

    After an impressive 32-28 come from behind win two weeks ago, the Bombers looked to be turning the corner. The defence looked stronger than ever, and a sputtering offence seemed to be getting their groove back...

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  24. Milt Stegall Expected to Return to Winnipeg Blue Bombers

    Coming off their first win of the season, the Bombers received more good news Tuesday as it was announced Slotback Milt Stegall is expected to make his return Friday against the Argos...

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  25. Bombers finally touchdown a victory

    A thrilling come from behind win over the Stampeders Thursday night may be just what the doctor ordered for an ailing Bombers team...

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