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Tiger Woods seen confused, stumbling on police dashcam video

Tiger Woods seen confused, stumbling on police dashcam video

JUPITER, Fla. — His speech slow and slurred, Tiger Woods couldn't follow simple instructions or keep his balance during a dazed and disoriented encounter with police before he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Eskimos linebacker Cory Greenwood out for season with torn knee ligament

Edmonton Eskimos linebacker Cory Greenwood will miss the 2017 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. The CFL team says he suffered the injury Monday during a practice session.

Curling clubs cry 'Whoa!' to Bell, Rogers on increase to sports cable TV costs

"A real punch to the gut" and "cost prohibitive" is the reaction of curling clubs that will pay hundreds of dollars more to show sports on their lounge televisions.

Curling clubs cry "Whoa" to Bell, Rogers on increase to sports cable TV costs

"A real punch to the gut" and "cost prohibitive" is the reaction of curling clubs that will pay hundreds of dollars more to show sports on their lounge televisions.
Mr Met gives fan the finger, employee out as team mascot

Mr Met gives fan the finger, employee out as team mascot

NEW YORK — Even Mr. Met is frustrated with the team's disappointing start.
It's a girl? Serena Williams lauds baby gender 'surprise'

It's a girl? Serena Williams lauds baby gender 'surprise'

PARIS — Serena Williams wants everyone to slow down with all of that "It's a girl!" talk prompted by her sister Venus.

Next step: Canada's volleyball team set to make World League Group 1 debut

Canada's men's volleyball team rose to unprecedented heights last year, making its first Olympic appearance in 24 years and finishing fifth in Rio de Janeiro.
At The Turn: Tiger's torment offers a cautionary tale for ailing older golfers

At The Turn: Tiger's torment offers a cautionary tale for ailing older golfers

OTTAWA — A middle-aged golfer with an ailing back, a balky swing, prescriptions for painkillers and a burning desire for a return to form — turns out the archetypal aches-and-pains amateur has something in common with Tiger Woods after all.

Wednesday's Games

Wednesday's Games NHL Playoffs Stanley Cup Final Pittsburgh 4 Nashville 1 (Penguins lead series 2-0) --- MLB American League Houston 17 Minnesota 6 Oakland 3 Cleveland 1 Baltimore 10 N.Y.
Murray outplays Rinne, Guentzel scores twice as Pens grab 2-0 series lead

Murray outplays Rinne, Guentzel scores twice as Pens grab 2-0 series lead

PITTSBURGH — The most powerful offence in hockey is proving too much for Pekka Rinne to handle.