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(Live at 7:30 am ET) 2019 USport & Canadian College Curling Championships on CBC - Match 1

(Live at 7:30 am ET) 2019 USport & Canadian College Curling Championships on CBC - Match 1

Match 1 of College Curling from Willie O'Ree Place in Fredericton, NB.

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Is age restriction for young figure skaters a good thing?

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Told they’re too young, several key skaters will be absent at this week’s world figure skating championships. All three women on the Russian national podium, American champion Alyssa Liu and Canadian silver medallist Stephen Gogolev won’t compete in Saitama, Japan due to age restriction.

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Marchessault scores twice as Golden Knights top Oilers

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Jonathan Marchessault scored two goals, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the visiting Edmonton Oilers 6-3 Sunday night.

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Bianca Andreescu tells coach during pep talk, 'I want this so bad'

Bianca Andreescu tells coach during pep talk, 'I want this so bad'

Andreescu's 3rd set conversation with coach Sylvain Bruneau was the turning point in her match as she went on to break the next game and eventually win her 1st career WTA title.

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Powerhouse New Brunswick wins U Sports men's hockey championship

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, while the Guelph Gryphons earned the school's first women's title in school history with a 1-0 win over the McGill Martlets.

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Canucks' Tim Schaller provides rare spark in win over Stars

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Tim Schaller scored twice in the first 11 minutes for his first goals in nearly a year and Josh Leivo scored in the fourth round of the shootout to lift the visiting Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 win over the Dallas Stars on Sunday night.

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Altidore carries Toronto FC over New England in home opener

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Star striker Jozy Altidore came off the bench to score the winner in the 80th minute as Toronto defeated the New England Revolution 3-2 in its home opener Sunday.

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Canadian shocks world!

Canadian Bianca Andreescu has her first WTA title.

The unseeded 18-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., upset eighth-seeded German Angelique Kerber 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 in the women’s final at the BNP Paribas Open on Sunday.

"Hopefully this moment can be a great inspiration for many young athletes because like I always say if you believe in yourself anything is possible," Andreescu said afterwards in her on-court interview. "And like my mom always told me through the years, if you work hard, you dream big to get big then you can accomplish so many things.

"That’s what I’ve been doing throughout many years and now this moment has become a reality so it’s really, really crazy."

Kerber, a former world No. 1, praised Andreescu afterwards.

"Congratulations to Bianca for an unbelievable tournament," Kerber said. "You just played amazing the whole tournament and so you deserve to win the title here."

The Canadian was also gracious to her German opponent.

"It was amazing to share the court with you today," she said. "You are an incredible champion and an inspiration."

Andreescu has become a major story on the women’s circuit this year. With the victory Sunday, Andreescu has won 28-of-31 matches this season and becomes the first wild-card entry to capture this event.

She is projected to rise 36 spots to No. 24 in the WTA Tour rankings on Monday.

Andreescu earned (US)$1,354,010 million for the victory and received lavish praise from none other than the legendary Rod Laver.

"A star is born, congratulations @Bandreescu– what a fighter you are," Laver tweeted after the match.

Andreescu needed roughly 40 minutes to take the opening set. Neither player served well — Andreescu was 60 per cent on first serve while Kerber was at 67 per cent — but the Canadian held serve throughout and won all of the points on her second serve, compared to just 55 per cent for Kerber.



Canadian teen Alphonso Davies scores 1st goal for Bayern Munich

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Canadian teen Alphonso Davies scored his first goal for Bayern Munich to help his team return to the top of the Bundesliga table on Sunday with a 6-0 rout of Mainz.

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Casey curse continues as Pistons down Raptors to complete season sweep

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Blake Griffin scored 25 points, Andre Drummond had 15 points and 17 rebounds and the Detroit Pistons beat the Toronto Raptors 110-107 on Sunday to complete a season sweep.

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March Madness: Duke selected as top seed for NCAA tournament

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Duke's run to the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament title with a healthy Zion Williamson was enough to make the Blue Devils the No. 1 overall NCAA Tournament seed.

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Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu makes history in winning title at Indian Wells

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Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu stunned the tennis world on Sunday, becoming the first wild-card to win the BNP Paribas Open title with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 victory over No. 8 seed Angelique Kerber of Germany.

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