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Kelowna Paddle Centre is ready to host its fifth annual Waterman Paddle Festival this weekend. More than 200 athletes are expected to attend the event, which will feature five different events, today and Sunday.

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Andrew Stevenson’s side translated a 600-strong crowd into a 2-1 victory last weekend in Pacific Coast Soccer League play against the Penticton Pinnacles.

NEW YORK - Bellator welterweight champion Rory MacDonald shook off his crisis of conscience and defeated Neiman Gracie by unanimous decision on Friday night in the main event of the MMA promotion's return to Madison Square Garden.

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The Kelowna Falcons saw their winless streak stretch to six games as they dropped the opener of a three-game series to the Victoria HarbourCats 15-5 score on Friday night at Elks Stadium.

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For four years, Jake Knapp and Jonathan Garrick practiced together, ate together and lived together. They just never played against each other.

VANCOUVER - B.C. Lions quarterback Mike Reilly says no one wants to see the kind of hits that injured Saskatchewan Roughriders pivot Zach Collaros on Thursday in Hamilton.

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TORONTO - Fans basking in the glory of the Toronto Raptors' historic NBA championship win rushed to cement the memory with official merchandise Friday as the city prepared for a massive public celebration next week.

OAKLAND, Calif. - NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is expected to open next week's draft by announcing that Zion Williamson is the No. 1 overall selection headed to New Orleans. And four months after that, Silver will be in Toronto on opening night to help the Raptors hand out championship rings…

The Flyers acquired Matt Niskanen from the Capitals for Radko Gudas on Friday in a one-for-one swap of defencemen that upgrades Philadelphia's blue line offence and gives Washington much needed salary-cap space.

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Parents and experts are expressing disappointment in the U.S. women's soccer team after it erupted in jubilant celebrations during a rout of opposing players this week, saying the behaviour sets a poor example for impressionable young athletes who look to sports idols for guidance.

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TORONTO - The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy on Thursday as they beat the reigning champ Golden State Warriors in a see-saw thriller to win the NBA championship.