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Canada to host New Zealand's Maori All Blacks at B.C. Place Stadum in November

VANCOUVER — Rugby Canada announced Thursday the senior men's national team team will host New Zealand's Maori All Blacks at B.C. Place Stadium on November 3.

As shorts land on tour, some fashion dos and don'ts for the weekend golfer

OTTAWA — The PGA of America gave its blessing to letting players wear shorts during the practice rounds for this week's PGA Championship at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C.
Mayweather-McGregor match to hit the big screen with live theatre broadcast

Mayweather-McGregor match to hit the big screen with live theatre broadcast

TORONTO — A much-hyped showdown between boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. and UFC superstar Conor McGregor is getting the big screen treatment.
Rally Cat: Feline on field sets up Cardinals' grand slam

Rally Cat: Feline on field sets up Cardinals' grand slam

ST. LOUIS — The Cardinals have a friendly feline to thank for their rally against the Royals.

WORLD SPORTS at 1330 GMT

TOP STORIES: ATH--WORLDS LONDON — Without Usain Bolt in the field, there will be a new 200-meter world champion for the first time in 10 years. By Raf Casert. UPCOMING: 600 words by 2200 GMT, photos.
At The Turn: Golfers hone shorts game at PGA as game's legwear fixation continues

At The Turn: Golfers hone shorts game at PGA as game's legwear fixation continues

OTTAWA — "In my prime," Jack Nicklaus once wrote, "my legs were very strong.

Scores and Schedule

Wednesday's Games MLB American League Seattle 6 Oakland 3 L.A. Angels 5 Baltimore 1 N.Y.

Wednesday's Games

Wednesday's Games MLB American League Seattle 6 Oakland 3 L.A. Angels 5 Baltimore 1 N.Y.
Yankees use long ball to go up early, then pad lead in 11-5 win over Blue Jays

Yankees use long ball to go up early, then pad lead in 11-5 win over Blue Jays

TORONTO — The beat goes on for Toronto's beleaguered pitching staff.
New World No. 1 Pliskova off to hot start with second round win at Rogers Cup

New World No. 1 Pliskova off to hot start with second round win at Rogers Cup

TORONTO — Karolina Pliskova stepped onto the court, shook off some nerves, and began her run as World No. 1 on a positive note.