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Tackling the problem of lingerie sports

Young women playing hockey in sexy lingerie looks a lot like pornography.

BC Lions take home title as Canadian team of the year

In a Canadian Press survey, sports editors and broadcasters across the country named the BC Lions 2011's team of the year – ahead of the Vancouver Canucks.

B.C. Lions named Canadian Press team of the year

Sports editors and broadcasters across Canada voted for the BC Lions as 2011 team of the year, ahead of the Vancouver Canucks.

COPA-ing with the summer sports season

The doldrums of the summer sports season are upon us. No more NBA, NHL or NFL and the boys of summer need no heed until autumn. The summer of 2011 holds no World Cup, no European Cup and no Olympics...

Vancouverites are bad sports, but who pays?

On Wednesday night when the Canucks lost in game seven of the Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins it was reminiscent of their 1994 defeat in game seven to the New York Rangers. The disappointing game...

Weird around the world

A bionic cat, ugly dogs, a real-life Hannibal Lecter and more weird stories from around the world.

World Cup: Tribute to those going home. Qualifiers must show their mettle.

Landon Donovan scores in the 91st minute against Algeria. A deserved result for the US but the sad result was the elimination of tiny Slovenia whose mere qualification for the World Cup was almost a m

FIFA World Cup Day 3: Germany-run riot

The early game of Algeria-Slovenia was arguably more boring than the France-Uruguay game this morning, but at least there was a fan who decided to entertain the viewers by climbing up the lightpole...

FIFA World Cup Day 5: the 'group of death' begins with Cote d'Ivoire and Portugal

The highlight of this day is the "group of death" match between Cote d'Ivoire and Portugal that could become one of the highlights of the tournament. Two great teams. Winner likely to advance, loser l

Two world wars and one World Cup?

As the 2010 World Cup kicks off (literally), many sponsors are playing on the often not-so friendly national rivalries.