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Top pacers meet tonight at Charlottetown Driving Park
Charlottetown Rugby Football Club playing for two championships today
FIDDLER'S FACTS: Lots to love about this year’s Old Home Week harness racing
Collective Wisdom surges in Charlottetown feature
Perseverance pays off: Burk thankful she gave sport a second shot
A lot on the line for Canada at Parapan American Games goalball competition
Gordon Veitch returning to the Hurricanes for upcoming season
A familiar face is returning to the Holland College Hurricanes men’s volleyball team after a year away from the squad while training with coaches and players from across Canada. Outside hitter Gordon Veitch will boost the Hurricanes’ ...
Dangle Ona Dime wins by a length in top race at Summerside Raceway
Dangle Ona Dime used a perfect two-hole ride to be first to the wire Wednesday in the featured race at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. In line to Ken Murphy, Dangle Ona Dime left well from Post 5 to sit behind Post 1 starter Mando Fun (Dale ...
Collective Wisdom favoured in feature
With a drop in class out of the open mares ranks, Collective Wisdom is heralded as the one to beat in tonight’s top race at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. The 10-dash card gets underway at 6:30 p.m. with Collective Wisdom the ...
Olympic gold medallist Mark Tewksbury to be awarded with Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Award
During the 1996 Olympic Games, Canadian gold medallist Mark Tewksbury watched Muhammad Ali light the Olympic torch in Atlanta and it sparked something inside him. The torch lighting became an iconic moment in history, as the world-renowned boxer ...
Man posing as Eugenie Bouchard's bro billed hotel $56Gs: Cops
Cops say an accused Florida con artist was way out of bounds when he claimed he was Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard’s brother and rang up a whopping $56,000 hotel bill. WSVN reports that Solomon Shlomo Azari, 24, was arrested Sunday ...
Racing resumes in Summerside tonight after break for Old Home Week
Dangle Ona Dime will look to extend his exceptional season, in which he has only missed the board twice, in tonight’s top class at Red Shores at the Summerside Raceway. The special Wednesday evening card comes after the Prince County oval ...
Mudmen sweep host Pictou County
It was another successful weekend for the Hunter’s Ale House Mudmen in Nova Scotia senior men’s rugby action. Both teams returned from New Glasgow, N.S., with convincing wins over Pictou County. In the first division action, the ...
Canuck Stewart Friesen revved up for home-soil NASCAR truck race
Ah, good ol’ Bristol. “It’s the Last Great Colosseum,” said driver Tyler Ankrum as part of a recent NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series online promotional video. “I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like ...
Plenty of fast times Saturday at Charlottetown Driving Park
The Guardian Gold Cup and Saucer was the main event of Saturday evening’s final card of Old Home Week 2019 but there was lots of speed all evening at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Bugsy Maguire scored a mild upset in ...
Hamlin grinds out fourth win of season at Bristol
EditorsNote: Corrects spelling to "Leavine"; deletes second "Kyle" reference to Busch; tweaks playoff scenarios for clarity; other minor edits If momentum means anything at all in auto racing, then Denny Hamlin may be on his way to his first Monster ...