Canadian runner Daundre Barnaby has died in a swimming accident at a national team training camp in St. Kitts. Athletics Canada says he was swimming recreationally with teammates when he disappeared. Rob Guy, chief executive officer of Athletics Canada, said Barnaby was "an outstanding athlete and an even better young man."
Autopsy reveals near-instant death of Aguayo
Mexican authorities say an autopsy has found that wrestler Pedro Aguayo died almost immediately of injuries sustained in the ring last weekend.
Ontario hopes for 20 per cent traffic reduction during Pan Am Games
Ontario commuters will have to "do their part" to avoid gridlock during this summer's Pan Am and Parapan Games, which will bring hundreds of thousands of people to a region already struggling with congestion, the province's transportation minister said Tuesday.
Canada picks up silver medals in diving World Series
Canadian diving duets Meaghan Benfeito and Roseline Filion and Jennifer Abel and Pamela Ware captured silver medals on the FINA World Series on Thursday.
Victims arrive for start of Boston Marathon bombing trial
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev went on trial for his life Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing with his own lawyer bluntly telling the jury he committed the crime. But she argued that he had fallen under the influence of his older brother. About two dozen victims took up the entire left-hand side the courtroom, watching somberly as Assistant U.S. Attorney William Weinreb described the carnage.
Horse racing champion Turcotte hurt in accident
Canadian horse racing champion Ron Turcotte is in hospital following an accident near his home in northwestern New Brunswick.
Vathje races to skeleton world bronze
Canada's Elisabeth Vathje raced to a bronze medal at the world skeleton championships Saturday. The Calgary athlete captured Canada's eighth medal by a female skeleton athlete in the 12 world championships since 2000.
Kingsbury wins seventh straight dual moguls
Canada's Mikael Kingsbury has been dominant all season long on the World Cup freestyle skiing circuit, and now he has the records to prove it.
Mystery tunnel near Pan Am venue likely not criminal
There is nothing at this time to suggest criminal activity was involved in a mysterious underground chamber found near a Pan Am Games venue, but the intentions of whoever built it remain unknown, police said Tuesday as they appealed for help in their investigation.
Kosir wins snowboard WC event to take overall lead
Zan Kosir of Slovenia won the World Cup parallel giant slalom snowboard event on Saturday to move into first place in the overall standings. Kosir edged Patrick Bussler of Germany in the final by 0.42 seconds, while Stanislav Detkov of Russia beat Italian Christoph Mick to finish third.
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