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Just-retired Beltran interviews to become Yankees manager

Just-retired Beltran interviews to become Yankees manager

NEW YORK — Exactly four weeks after winning his first World Series title on his final day as a major league player, Carlos Beltran walked into Yankee Stadium for his interview to become New York's manager.
City wins again after late goal, Rooney scores from own half

City wins again after late goal, Rooney scores from own half

MANCHESTER, England — Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola burst onto the field with his fists clenched and leapt into the air.
Penguins captain Sidney Crosby says winning the Cup gets harder every year

Penguins captain Sidney Crosby says winning the Cup gets harder every year

TORONTO — It's been more than 30 years since an NHL team has completed a Stanley Cup three-peat.
Veteran quarterback Ray considering retirement following fourth Grey Cup win

Veteran quarterback Ray considering retirement following fourth Grey Cup win

TORONTO — Ricky Ray is considering going out on top. The 38-year-old quarterback admitted Wednesday he's contemplating retirement following 15 CFL seasons.
Women's training run for World Cup downhill cancelled in Lake Louise

Women's training run for World Cup downhill cancelled in Lake Louise

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Training for the season-opening women's World Cup downhill was cancelled Wednesday due to soft course conditions.
Blue Jays plan to honour Halladay's memory before 2018 home opener

Blue Jays plan to honour Halladay's memory before 2018 home opener

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays will honour the life and career of former star pitcher Roy Halladay in a pre-game ceremony before their 2018 home opener.
Canada's chef de mission Nicholson celebrates Paralympic growth 100 days out

Canada's chef de mission Nicholson celebrates Paralympic growth 100 days out

TORONTO — Todd Nicholson has two favourite memories from his five Paralympic appearances. The first was his Paralympic debut in 1994 in Lillehammer where it was easy to spot his parents in the stands at Canada's opening sledge hockey game.
Michigan sports doctor pleads guilty to assaulting gymnasts

Michigan sports doctor pleads guilty to assaulting gymnasts

CHARLOTTE, Mich.

Players upset at World Rugby crackdown on messages written on athletic tape

Canadian Jen Kish has added her voice to players upset that World Rugby is cracking down on personal messages written on athletic tape worn during games. "New World Rugby policy that no longer allows players to write on any tape.

Canadian skier Erik Guay to miss Beaver Creek World Cup races with injured back

MONTREAL — Erik Guay's injured back will keep him out of World Cup alpine skiing races for a second straight week, Alpine Canada told The Canadian Press in an email Wednesday. The Mont-Tremblant, Que.