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  • Some Canadian athletes to watch: 2012 London Olympic Games

    The Canadian Press

    With the 2012 Olympics one year away, here’s a look at 10 Canadian athletes to watch for:     Priscilla Lopes-Schliep, track – Her bronze in the 100-metre hurdles was Canada’s only track medal at the 2008 Games in Beijing. The 28-year-old from Whitby, Ont., is expecting her first child in September, but has continued

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  • Seattle Seahawks

    Seahawks reportedly pick up two quarterbacks

    Rich Brown

    NFL teams can’t officially sign free agents until Friday but it appears quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson and Matt Leinart are heading to the Seattle Seahawks.

  • Former BC Lions defensive coach Richard Harris has died at 63.

    Former BC Lions coach passes away

    Scott Russell

    The CFL is mourning the death of Winnipeg assistant coach Richard Harris. The former Lions coach was 63.

  • Lions pursuing Riders free agent Kornegay

    Rick Dhaliwal

    BC Lions GM Wally Buono continues his pursuit of free agent defensive back agent Tad Kornegay, who was cut last week by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

  • Byron Bitz

    Canucks sign veteran forward Byron Bitz

    Rich Brown

    The Vancouver Canucks have begun to replenish their forward depth by agreeing to terms on a two-way contract with forward Byron Bitz which will pay him $700,000 at the NHL level.

  • Canadian golfer Adam Hadwin

    Hadwin climbs in world golf rankings

    Scott Russell

    World Golf Rankings were released today. 23-year-old Abbotsford native Adam Hadwin recognized for Canadian Open performance.

  • Buono says no major changes to Lions roster

    Rick Dhaliwal

    Lions coach Wally Buono is preaching patience as his team sits at the bottom of the CFL standings with a 0-4 record. The Lions will play Winnipeg on Thursday.

  • Sean O’Hair won in his sixth start at the RBC Canadian Open on Sunday. His previous best performances came in 2008 and 2006 where he finished T3 and solo third.

    O’Hair outlasts Blanks to win 2011 Canadian Open

    Rich Brown

    It took a playoff hole with Kris Blanks but Sean O’Hair is the 2011 RBC Canadian Open champion as he shot a 72-hole score of four-under par.

  • A great night for baseball

    Ann Schmaltz

    The Canadians return to Scotiabank Field at Nat Bailey Stadium tonight to open up a three-game series vs. Salem-Keizer. The first pitch is at 7:05 p.m.

  • Canadian golfer Adam Hadwin

    Local golfer one shot back of Canadian Open lead

    Rich Brown

    Abbotsford’s Adam Hadwin shot a two-under, 68 in today’s third round of the Canadian Open, moving to four-under overall. The 23-year-old trails Bo Van Pelt by one stroke for the lead.

  • The Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club

    Vandals pour chemical on green at Canadian Open

    Renee Bernard

    Vancouver police are investigating a case of vandalism at the Shaughnessy golf course, which is hosting the RBC Canadian Open this weekend. Someone poured solvent on the eighth green.

  • Canadian golfer Adam Hadwin

    Two Canadians in contention at Shaughnessy

    Ann Schmaltz

    Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford and David Hearn of Brampton, Ontario are in the hunt as round three of the RBC Canadian Open tees off at Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club.

  • Lions lose fourth straight game to open season

    Rich Brown

    The BC Lions dug themselves an early hole and couldn’t quite crawl out of it as they were beaten 39-31 by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats to fall to 0-4 to start the season.

  • News1130 Sports weekend round-up

    Bob Addison

    It’s a busy weekend on the local sports scene, highlighted by some of the world’s top golfers playing in Vancouver and a cat fight between the Lions and Tiger-Cats tonight at Empire Field.