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Keselowski wins NASCAR's longest race
(Reuters) - Brad Keselowski won the Coca Cola 600 in a shootout on Sunday as NASCAR did its best to fill the sporting void created by the novel coronavirus shutdown with its longest ever race. The 600-miler on the U.S. Memorial Day weekend was ...
Basketball: Bogut puts playing future on hold in uncertain times
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Former NBA champion Andrew Bogut has decided not to commit to another season at the Sydney Kings while there is still uncertainty about the future because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 35-year-old centre has played the last two ...
Tennis: New Zealand to stage pro competition as virus restrictions ease
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand will stage a team-based tennis tournament for local-based men's players from June 3, organisers said on Monday, an event marking the southern hemisphere's first pro competition since the COVID-19 pandemic brought ...
Woods and Manning beat Mickelson and Brady in charity match
By Rory Carroll (Reuters) - Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning held off a late challenge to beat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady 1Up in a charity golf match in Florida on Sunday that raised $20 million for COVID-19 relief efforts. Woods, a 15-times major ...
AROUND THE GREENS: Can’t find a tee-time at your usual hangout? Think rural
It’s not going to be easy to score a tee-time this season. You’ve probably already realized that. Calgary has always been a golf-crazed city. Now, more than ever, divot-diggers are anxious to get out of the house during the COVID-19 ...
Zach Dean named to QMJHL all-rookie squad
They own three of the first four picks in the 2020 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Entry Draft early next month, so needless to say the Gatineau Olympiques hope the June 5-6 draft will go a long way into changing their fortunes following a ...
Hole-in-one report: Serenity superintendent has terrific tale
Nick Plantje has been grooving his wedge game, hitting the same shot — over and over again — into a net for the past few months as he recovered from spine surgery. Perhaps, he perfected it. Plantje, the superintendent at Serenity Golf Club, ...
Could Edmonton become super-hub of hockey and football?
Plenty of hubbub is being made over Edmonton becoming a hub city for the NHL’s return-to-play plans. But how about making it a super-hub? The Canadian Football League is currently viewing a couple of cities, one East Division and one West, to ...
JONES: Edmonton Oilers' looming future could hold plenty of playoff past
Is it too early to start advancing the Chicago Blackhawks versus Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup playoff series? I mean, it might be a month and a half away now. It just seems wrong to have a series between the Oilers and Blackhawks without a ...
Stadium shuttered? No problem. Rent your Field of Dreams on Airbnb
(Reuters) - U.S. professional sports may be on hold during the pandemic, but anybody with $1,500 can rent a minor league baseball stadium in Florida on Airbnb to create their own experience. The waterfront home of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, a team ...