AEW Dynamite - Saturday, Oct. 16

Bryan Danielson vs. Bobby Fish. AAA Tag Team Champions Lucha Brothers defend their belts against a masked tag team that is friends of Andrade El Idolo. Dante Martin vs. Malakai Black. World Title Eliminator Tournament Bracket Announced.

Kenyans Kipruto, Kipyogei sweep in Boston Marathon return

Kenyans Kipruto, Kipyogei sweep in Boston Marathon return

Benson Kipruto and Diana Kipyogei completed a Kenyan sweep — the eighth since 2000 at the world’s oldest and most prestigious 26.2-miler, which moved from its traditional spring date for the first time in its history because of the coronavirus outbreak.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Sept. 30 marks Canada's first national day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the lost children and survivors of the residential school system as well as their communities and families.

Loosened capacity limits at some Ontario venues take effect Saturday

Loosened capacity limits are now in effect at certain Ontario venues where proof of vaccination is required including arenas, stadiums, concert halls and theatres.

England cricketers pull out of trip to Pakistan

The decision taken by the England and Wales Cricket Board on Monday came three days after New Zealand Cricket abandoned its men's team's limited-overs tour of Pakistan following a government alert that warned of a possible attack outside Rawalpindi Stadium.

Canada's Arop races to third in 800m at Paris Diamond League meet

Canada's Marco Arop climbed the Diamond League podium in the 800 metres again on Saturday in Paris. The 22-year-old from Edmonton, who was coming off back-to-back Diamond League victories in Eugene, Ore., and Lausanne, Switzerland, finished third in one minute 44.74 seconds.

Canada's Arop captures second consecutive Diamond League 800 title

Canada's Marco Arop held off Olympic champion Emmanuel Korir to win his second consecutive Diamond League 800-metre title on Thursday in Lausanne.

Thompson-Herah beats own Olympic 100m record

Jamaican Elaine Thompson-Herah bested her Olympic gold-medal winning time in the 100 meters at the Prefontaine Classic, and Sha’Carri Richardson finished last in her return to the track after controversy.

De Grasse wins 100m at Prefontaine Classic

Canadian sprint star Andre De Grasse won the men's 100 metres at the Prefontaine Classic on Saturday. Fresh off his triple-medal performance at the Tokyo Olympics, the 26-year-old from Markham, Ont., ran a blistering time of 9.74 seconds.

Study: One in four girls won't return to sport after COVID restrictions are lifted

Canadian Women & Sport released a new study on Tuesday that revealed that one in four Canadian girls are not committed to returning to sport once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

Canadian Woods earns King of the Mountain at Tour de France

Canadian Michael Woods survived a crash at the Tour de France on Saturday to claim the polka dot jersey as leader of the King of the Mountains classification.

Avant-garde breezes to National Spelling Bee win

Avant-garde breezes to National Spelling Bee win

The 14-year-old Zaila Avant-garde from Harvey, Louisiana, breezed to the championship at the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Thursday night, becoming the first African American winner and only the second Black champion in the bee's 96-year history.

Canadians De Grasse, Brown race to 1-2 finish in Diamond League 200

Canadians Andre De Grasse and Aaron Brown raced to gold and silver in the 200 metres at the Bislett Games Diamond League meet on Thursday.

Proud to Play honours inspirational Canadian LGBTQ+ athletes, aims to educate

Proud to Play honours inspirational Canadian LGBTQ+ athletes, aims to educate

Mark Tewksbury, Brock McGillis and Jessica Platt are just three of the various athletes and coaches whose stories are profiled in Proud to Play: Canadian LGBTQ+ athletes who made history by author Erin Silver. For the athletes, their desire to have their stories be told came down to two things, humanization and education.

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The men's 100-meter final at the Seoul Summer Olympic Games was riddled in scandal. This one race still haunts the eight athletes who took part.

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The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

An analysis of competitive eating's most storied pair -- Japan's Takeru "Kobi" Kobayashi and Californian Joey Chestnut. Includes candid interviews with both competitors.

Olympic medalist, boxing champ Shields to make PFL debut

Olympic medalist, boxing champ Shields to make PFL debut

Claressa Shields has narrowed her walkout music for her MMA debut down to three songs. She needs a tune she can dance to on the way to the cage, though the gold gladiator costume and her customary entrance theatrics will be left behind with her boxing gloves.