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Team Canada sending 313 athletes to Rio Olympics
The Canadian Olympic Committee has announced Canada's full 313-athlete team for the Rio Olympics. The large Canadian contingent is made up of 187 women and 126 men, ranging in age from 16 to 56.
Henrik Stenson wins British Open, beating Phil Mickelson
Henrik Stenson wins the British Open. Stenson finished at 20-under 264, the lowest 72-hole score ever in a major. Stenson won by three shots over Phil Mickelson, a runner-up for the 11th time in a major, but never like this.
Australia's Will Power captures Toronto's Honda Indy
Australian Will Power has won his third Honda Indy Toronto. Brazil's Helio Castroneves was second, ahead of Ontario's James Hinchcliffe. Toronto native James Hinchcliffe finished third for his first career podium at his home race.
Jays' Michael Saunders voted into MLB All-Star Game
Canadian left-fielder Michael Saunders will be joining three of his Toronto Blue Jays teammates at next week's MLB All-Star Game in San Diego. The Victoria native won the last roster spot on the American League team with 17.7 million fan votes Friday.
Canadian man gored in Pamplona's running of the bulls
A Canadian man is listed in serious condition after he was gored in the famous running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain. U.S. reports have said a Canadian man was gored in the scrotum, and the wound also injured the rectum.
Oilers trade Hall to Devils for Larsson
The Edmonton Oilers and New Jersey Devils have completed a blockbuster. Left wing Taylor Hall is on his way to the Garden State in exchange for defenceman Adam Larsson.
Blue Jays fall to Yankees in series opener
The New York Yankees scratched out a run in the seventh inning off Toronto reliever Brett Cecil and it held up as the difference in a 3-2 win over the Blue Jays on Tuesday night.
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