TORONTO - Aaron Sanchez had to learn to be patient with himself as he struggled through most of this season.
Cole (The Cole Train) Smith, a native of Squamish, B.C., will face American bantamweight Miles (Chapo) Johns on a UFC televised card Sept. 14 in Vancouver.
Penticton’s Kurtis Fontinha breezed to victory at the 61st annual Jackson Triggs Penticton Open men’s golf tournament at the Penticton Golf and Country Club on the weekend.
Arguably the two biggest rivals in the Capri Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 45-and-over division produced another epic battle on Monday at Mission Sports Field.
TORONTO - The Toronto Blue Jays have designated Canadian outfielder Dalton Pompey for assignment after reinstating him from the 60-day injured list.
VANCOUVER - He's worked with some of the world's top athletes and could fill an entire hand with his NBA championship rings, but the man tasked with keeping Kawhi Leonard healthy for the Raptors last season says winning the league's trophy with Toronto was a special point in his career.
TORONTO - Saskatchewan defensive lineman Charleston Hughes and receiver Shaq Evans and Winnipeg quarterback Matt Nichols are the CFL top performers for Week 6.
RED DEER, Alta. - A former Humboldt Broncos player whose back was broken when the team's bus crashed last year says he'll return to Humboldt to battle for a spot on the team.
GWANGJU, Korea, Republic Of - Don't ask Kylie Masse to single out her favourite swim in world aquatic championships history.
BANGKOK - Canada finished the group phase of the FIBA U19 Women's Basketball World Cup at 2-1 after a 75-49 win over host Thailand on Tuesday.
LIMA, Peru - Vancouver field hockey player Scott Tupper will be Canada's flag-bearer at the opening ceremony of the Pan American Games on Friday.
TORONTO - David Argyle was some 5,500 kilometres away when the Toronto Wolfpack clinched the second-tier Betfred Championship regular-season title with a weekend win at Widnes Vikings.
Dalton Pompey needed an activity to quell his frustration after a fluke injury at spring training left him with yet another concussion.
Goals by Fritz Berenyi, Vincio Delgado, Mike Francis and Jim Kuiper gave Ward’s Cider a 4-2 victory over Penticton TCA in Capri Okanagan Oldtimers’ Soccer League 55-and-over division play Thursday at Rosewood Sports Field.
After a survey of the league’s 17 broadcasters, now-Penticton Vees radio play-by-play man Trevor Miller has been named the 2018-19 BCHL Broadcaster of the Year.
LAS VEGAS - Cristiano Ronaldo won't face criminal charges after a woman accused the soccer star of raping her in his suite at a Las Vegas resort more than 10 years ago, a top prosecutor said Monday.
The offence has certainly been front and centre this season but the backbone of unbeaten Winnipeg's stellar start has been the Blue Bombers' defence.
HALIFAX - An expert panel promised after high school rugby was banned then reinstated in Nova Scotia this year has begun its work.
TORONTO - The Canadian senior men's basketball team has named Nate Bjorkgren, Brad Greenberg, Nathaniel Mitchell and Jon Goodwillie as assistant coaches for the FIBA World Cup later this summer in China.
EDMONTON - Canadians Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes have captured FIVB World Tour gold on home soil for the first time, adding to an already successful month of competition.
EDMONTON - Team New Zealand, trailing the field early, stormed back in the final three legs to win the elite mixed relay at the World Triathlon Series Sunday.
SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil - Nick Carson scored two tries and captain Will Percillier added a try and six conversions as Canada downed Kenya 52-13 Sunday in the fifth-place game at the second-tier World Rugby U20 Trophy.
WIDNES, England - The Toronto Wolfpack clinched the regular-season title in the second-tier Betfred Championship on Sunday, running its rugby league win streak to 16 games with a hard-fought 24-19 comeback victory over the Widnes Vikings.
DETROIT - Nicholas Castellanos gave the Detroit Tigers a chance to enjoy the type of celebration that's been awfully rare of late at Comerica Park.
GATINEAU, Que. - Montreal teenager Leylah Annie Fernandez won her first professional singles title on Sunday, beating fellow Canadian Carson Branstine 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the Gatineau National Bank Challenger.