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  • Three time West Division all-star linebacker Otis Floyd has retired.

    Ex-Leos linebacker Floyd calls it a career

    Bob Addison

    After 11 CFL seasons Otis Floyd has retired. He was a three time West Division all-star linebacker and won a Grey Cup in Calgary and with BC in 2006. Floyd spent five years with the Lions.

  • C’s going to the playoffs

    Jesse Johnston

    The Vancouver Canadians lost their final game, but since the Spokane Indians beat the Everett AquaSox’s last night, the C’s will be in the playoffs. Game 1 is against the Eugene Emeralds tomorrow.

  • Former Maple Leaf Wade Belak

    Funeral today for NHLer Wade Belak

    News1130 Staff/The Canadian Press

    Several high-profile NHLers are expected to attend funeral services in Nashville for Wade Belak. The 35-year-old was found dead in a downtown Toronto hotel on Wednesday.

  • Victoria's Patricia Obee and Lindsay Jennerich have qualified to compete in the lightweight double sculls in the 2012 Olympics in London, UK.

    Victoria rowers qualify for 2012 Summer Olympics

    Bob Addison

    Victoria’s Patricia Obee and Lindsay Jennerich finished second in their semi-final at the world rowing championship. The lightweight women’s double duo qualified for the 2012 summer games.

  • Emmanuel Arceneaux

    Arceneaux placed on waivers by Vikings: Report

    Jesse Johnston

    ESPN.com is reporting the Minnesota Vikings have placed Emmanuel Arceneaux on waivers. He’ll likely be placed on the Vikings’ practice roster.

  • Kamloops native wins gold at mountain bike championships

    Jesse Johnston

    Catharine Pendrel from Kamloops has won gold at the Mountain Bike World Championships in Champery, Switzerland. She’s the first Canadian to win the title in nearly a decade.

  • The Lions string together back-to-back wins

    Ann Schmaltz

    The BC Lions earned a 29-16 win over the Argonauts to improve to 3-6 for the season. Travis Lulay threw a touchdown pass and ran for another.

  • News1130 Sports weekend round-up

    Scott Russell

    The weekend includes a BC Lions road game with the Toronto Argonauts today at 4:30 p.m. The Vancouver Canadians complete their Northwest League baseball season at Boise.

  • BC Lions look for win number three in Toronto

    Bob Addison

    Both of David Braley’s CFL teams are 2-6 heading into tonight’s game between the Lions and Argonauts. The squads will then head west and meet in eight days at the last game at Empire Field.

  • Vasek Pospisil of Vernon/Vancouver.

    Pospisil prepares for second round match with Lopez

    Rich Brown

    Vasek Pospisil of Vernon had no problem in his first round victory at the U.S. Open and now he prepares to face 25th ranked Feliciano Lopez of Spain in round two.

  • Brett Lawrie

    Lawrie leads the Jays to victory again

    Brett Lawrie continues his torrid first month in the majors. The Langley native hits game-winning homer.

  • Armstrong still on-track at world championships

    Bob Addison

    Dylan Armstrong of Kamloops has won his heat in the shot put at the World Track and Field Championships. He is the top-ranked shot putter on the planet. The final round will be held Friday.

  • Former NHL enforcer Wade Belak has been found dead in his Toronto condo.

    NHL enforcer Belak’s death met with sadness, shock

    Jaime Pulfer/Toronto Star

    A sense of disbelief seems to linger among those who knew former Maple Leafs enforcer Wade Belak, who was found dead in a Toronto hotel Wednesday evening.

  • Former NHL enforcer Wade Belak has been found dead in his Toronto condo.

    Another death rocks the NHL

    Ann Schmaltz

    Former NHL enforcer Wade Belak has been found dead in his Toronto condo. He was in Toronto to film the latest season of the CBC show “Battle of the Blades.”