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World Rugby confirms 2021 women's World Cup to be pushed back to 2022

World Rugby confirms 2021 women's World Cup to be pushed back to 2022

World Rugby made it official Tuesday, ratifying a recommendation to postpone the 2021 women's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand until next year, The recommendation was made by World Rugby's executive committee.
Löw to quit as Germany coach after European Championship

Löw to quit as Germany coach after European Championship

BERLIN — Germany coach Joachim Löw will step down after this year's European Championship, bringing forward his previous plan to quit after the next World Cup.
Canadian cyclist Michael Woods to miss Tirreno-Adriatico race due to bronchitis

Canadian cyclist Michael Woods to miss Tirreno-Adriatico race due to bronchitis

A bout of bronchitis has forced Canadian rider Michael Woods out of the Tirreno-Adriatico race in Italy.
Bo Horvat, Vancouver Canucks edge out 2-1 shootout win over Montreal Canadiens

Bo Horvat, Vancouver Canucks edge out 2-1 shootout win over Montreal Canadiens

Vancouver Canucks forward Adam Gaudette wasn't overly concerned that he hadn't been scoring much this season. Still, it felt good to snap the scoring slump Monday with an extremely timely goal. With just 40.
Oilers open three-game homestand against Senators with 3-2 victory

Oilers open three-game homestand against Senators with 3-2 victory

EDMONTON — Giving up a goal less than a minute into the game didn't rattle the Edmonton Oilers. Kailer Yamamoto scored the first of three straight goals by Edmonton, and the Oilers held on to beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on Monday.
Manitoba's Gunnlaugson and Koe's Wild Card Two only unbeaten teams left at Brier

Manitoba's Gunnlaugson and Koe's Wild Card Two only unbeaten teams left at Brier

CALGARY — Only two unbeaten teams remain in the 18-team field at the Canadian men's curling championship. Pool leaders Kevin Koe of Wild Card Two and Jason Gunnlaugson of Manitoba remained perfect on Monday.
Gawdin scores in overtime, Heat edge Moose 6-5 to extend win streak

Gawdin scores in overtime, Heat edge Moose 6-5 to extend win streak

WINNIPEG — Glenn Gawdin scored his first goal of the season 34 seconds into overtime, and the Stockton Heat edged the Manitoba Moose 6-5 on Monday in American Hockey League action.
Filip Gustavsson shuts out Rocket to lead AHL Senators to 3-0 win

Filip Gustavsson shuts out Rocket to lead AHL Senators to 3-0 win

OTTAWA — Filip Gustavsson made 18 saves, and the Belleville Senators blanked the Laval Rocket 3-0 on Monday in American Hockey League play. Gustavsson's second career shutout helped Belleville halt its four-game losing streak.
Former Canadian major-leaguer Rheal Cormier dies after battle with cancer

Former Canadian major-leaguer Rheal Cormier dies after battle with cancer

Canadian pitcher Rheal Cormier, who spent 16 years in the major leagues, died Monday after a battle with cancer. The native of Moncton, N.B. was 53. The Philadelphia Phillies, one of Cormier's former teams, confirmed his passing.
Toronto FC training camp halted by 'small handful' of positive COVID-19 tests

Toronto FC training camp halted by 'small handful' of positive COVID-19 tests

Toronto FC's pre-season has ground to a halt after a number of positive COVID-19 tests. The MLS team said Monday club personnel are currently isolating and training has halted pending contact tracing and follow-up testing.
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