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Andy Murray says he's unlikely to play 'past this summer' after loss to Humbert in Dubai

Andy Murray says he's unlikely to play 'past this summer' after loss to Humbert in Dubai

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray reiterated Wednesday that he is likely to retire from tennis before the season is over.
CFL says it is investigating allegations against Argos, quarterback Chad Kelly

CFL says it is investigating allegations against Argos, quarterback Chad Kelly

TORONTO — The Canadian Football League says it's conducting its own investigation into a lawsuit issued by a former Toronto Argonauts strength-and-conditioning coach against the club for wrongful dismissal and quarterback Chad Kelly for alleged viola
NHL defencemen talk benefits, drawbacks of playing their off-side

NHL defencemen talk benefits, drawbacks of playing their off-side

TORONTO — Rasmus Dahlin is comfortable feeling slightly uncomfortable. The Buffalo Sabres all-star defenceman actually enjoys it.
Responsible Gambling Council issues praise, warning for Ontario sports betting market

Responsible Gambling Council issues praise, warning for Ontario sports betting market

TORONTO — Shelley White applauds officials for their management of Canada's only open market single-game sports betting industry. However, the CEO of the Responsible Gambling Council cautions against complacency in an ever-changing marketplace.
Former CFL defensive lineman Craig Roh dies at the age of 33

Former CFL defensive lineman Craig Roh dies at the age of 33

Defensive lineman Craig Roh, who won a Grey Cup with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2019, has died. He was 33. Roh's wife, Chelsea, confirmed his death on social media.
Former world junior hockey players charged with sexual assault choose jury trial

Former world junior hockey players charged with sexual assault choose jury trial

Five former members of Canada's world junior hockey team who are charged with sexual assault in a 2018 incident in London, Ont., have chosen to be tried by a jury.
Major League Soccer fines three Toronto FC players for actions in season opener

Major League Soccer fines three Toronto FC players for actions in season opener

TORONTO — Major League Soccer has fined Toronto FC midfielder Richie Laryea and forwards Federico Bernardeschi and Lorenzo Insigne an undisclosed amount "for inciting and/or escalating a mass confrontation" in Sunday's season opener at FC Cincinnati.
Canada's Morales Williams denied world record in indoor 400 due to technicality

Canada's Morales Williams denied world record in indoor 400 due to technicality

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Canadian sprinter Christopher Morales Williams is the all-time fastest runner in the indoor men's 400 metres — but not an official world record-holder in the distance — due to a technicality beyond his control.
Saskatchewan Roughriders apologize to fans for 'Girl Math' marketing campaign ad

Saskatchewan Roughriders apologize to fans for 'Girl Math' marketing campaign ad

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders apologized Wednesday for issuing an email to season-ticket holders that resulted in a backlash from fans.
Lantigua drives in De Los Santos with go-ahead run as Blue Jays top Rays 3-2

Lantigua drives in De Los Santos with go-ahead run as Blue Jays top Rays 3-2

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Rafael Lantigua's seventh-inning sacrifice fly brought home Luis De Los Santos with the go-ahead run in the Toronto Blue Jays' 3-2 pre-season victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday.