Absence of World’s Fastest Man will deprive Tokyo Olympics of sorely needed star power
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Absence of World’s Fastest Man will deprive Tokyo Olympics of sorely needed star power

This is a column by Morgan Campbell, who writes opinion for CBC Sports. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. If you’ve never seen Christian Coleman run…

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Coleman ban puts Canada’s De Grasse ‘in the mix’ for Olympic gold, says 1996 champ Bailey
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Coleman ban puts Canada’s De Grasse ‘in the mix’ for Olympic gold, says 1996 champ Bailey

Donovan Bailey isn’t ready to declare Canadian sprinter Andre De Grasse the odds-on favourite to become the next men’s Olympic 100-metre champion. Sure, reigning world champ Christian Coleman…

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Dodgers’ long-awaited World Series title marred by Turner’s positive COVID-19 test, celebration with team
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Dodgers’ long-awaited World Series title marred by Turner’s positive COVID-19 test, celebration with team

No dogpile, no champagne and a mask on nearly every face — the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrated their first World Series title since 1988 in a manner no…

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Paralympian Brittany Hudak helping others through social work during pandemic
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Paralympian Brittany Hudak helping others through social work during pandemic

Brittany Hudak woke up with jangled nerves and gold in her sights on the first day of the 2020 World Para-Nordic Ski Championships. Then came the knock at…

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CHL leagues at mercy of pandemic, politics while formulating return-to-play plans
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CHL leagues at mercy of pandemic, politics while formulating return-to-play plans

Knowing the Western Hockey League plans to begin play again on Jan. 8 has brought a sigh of relief from Zack Ostapchuk and some of the other players he’s…

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Turkey steps up criticism after France recalls ambassador
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Turkey steps up criticism after France recalls ambassador

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Turkish Presidency via AP, Pool) Written by Tugce Ozsoy Turkey stepped up its criticism over the European Union’s treatment of Muslims, a day…

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Malaysia’s king rejects PM Muhyiddin Yassin’s proposal to declare emergency
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Malaysia’s king rejects PM Muhyiddin Yassin’s proposal to declare emergency

Malaysia’s king on Sunday rejected a proposal by embattled Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to declare a state of emergency to fight a new outbreak of the coronavirus. The…

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Turbaned Sikh among 8 Indo-Canadian winners in British Columbia assembly polls
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Turbaned Sikh among 8 Indo-Canadian winners in British Columbia assembly polls

Aman Singh, a turbaned Sikh, defeated Jas Johal of the opposition Liberal Party in Richmond-Queensborough. (Twitter/@AmanSinghNDP) Eight Indo-Canadians, including a turbaned Sikh, have won elections in Canada’s British…

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Suicide bombing in Kabul kills ten, including children
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Suicide bombing in Kabul kills ten, including children

File photo: Afghan police officers inspect a vehicle from which insurgents fired rockets, in Kabul, Afghanistan on Tuesday. (Photo: Reuters) A suicide attack Saturday in Afghanistan’s capital killed…

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As France mourns slain teacher Samuel Paty, Muslims question secularist values
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As France mourns slain teacher Samuel Paty, Muslims question secularist values

French lawmakers observe a minute silence to pay tribute to slain teacher Samuel Paty, Tuesday, Oct.20, 2020 on the steps of the National Assembly in Paris. A memorial…

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