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Runners facing shoe shortage due to surging demand, COVID-related supply issues

Runners facing shoe shortage due to surging demand, COVID-related supply issues

Running shoes are the latest product to be plagued by a pandemic-related supply crunch as exercise-starved Canadians head outside in droves.
Verstappen fastest in practice for season-opening Bahrain GP

Verstappen fastest in practice for season-opening Bahrain GP

SAKHIR, Bahrain — Max Verstappen started the Formula One season on the front foot Friday by clocking the fastest times in the first two practice sessions at the Bahrain Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver was .
Canadian driver Lance Stroll optimistic about his team's prospects for '21 F-1 season

Canadian driver Lance Stroll optimistic about his team's prospects for '21 F-1 season

The COVID-19 pandemic hit both Formula One and Lance Stroll hard last year, but it didn't stop the Canadian driver from enjoying his best season on the circuit Stroll had to miss the Eifel Grand Prix last October in Germany following a positive COVID
Toronto Arrows look to shake off rust as they visit the Utah Warriors

Toronto Arrows look to shake off rust as they visit the Utah Warriors

Their pre-season limited due to COVID-19 protocols back home, the Toronto Arrows looked out of sorts in their season-opening 21-14 loss at Rugby ATL last weekend.
Radio change-up: Sportsnet to simulcast Blue Jays TV broadcasts on radio this season

Radio change-up: Sportsnet to simulcast Blue Jays TV broadcasts on radio this season

Blue Jays radio broadcasts were part of the soundtrack to longtime fan Blake Appleton's formative years growing up in east-end Toronto.
'Succeed in life:' Twins want to pave way for aspiring Indigenous hockey players

'Succeed in life:' Twins want to pave way for aspiring Indigenous hockey players

Jordyn and Kyla Bear have something to say to the next Indigenous generation who want to follow in their footsteps in hockey — they're only a phone call away.
Road to COVID-delayed Olympics a journey of growth for Canadian pitcher Lawrie-Locke

Road to COVID-delayed Olympics a journey of growth for Canadian pitcher Lawrie-Locke

Pitcher Danielle Lawrie-Locke thought she was done playing softball when the Tokyo Olympics were called off last spring. "I went to a really dark place right away," said the star right-hander for the Canadian women's team.
Former Montreal coach Thierry Henry quits social media, says more regulation needed

Former Montreal coach Thierry Henry quits social media, says more regulation needed

Former CF Montreal coach Thierry Henry says he is quitting social media until the platforms are properly regulated.
Canada, Honduras off to semifinals after 1-1 draw at CONCACAF Olympic qualifier

Canada, Honduras off to semifinals after 1-1 draw at CONCACAF Olympic qualifier

GUADALAJARA, Mexico — Canada now knows what it will take to get its men's soccer team to the Tokyo Olympics — a win over top-ranked Mexico.
Gushue, Einarson add Canadian mixed doubles title to curling trophy cases

Gushue, Einarson add Canadian mixed doubles title to curling trophy cases

CALGARY — Developing chemistry on the fly plus brilliant shots propelled Kerri Einarson and Brad Gushue to their first Canadian mixed doubles curling championship. Einarson of Gimli, Man., and Gushue of St. John's, N.L.
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