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Skate Canada appoints Debra Armstrong as new CEO

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OTTAWA — Debra Armstrong has been appointed chief executive officer of Skate Canada.
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Tehran, June 24, IRNA – Managing Director of Chabahar Free Trade and Industrial Zone Organization said Yadegare Emam freestyle Wrestling Cup Championship as the most credible junior tournament of the
Mashad, Razavi Khorasan Prov, June 24, IRNA – A weightlifting official said on Saturday that women's participation in weightlifting was approved under the condition of observing Islamic Hijab.
Mashad, Razavi Khorasan Prov, June 24, IRNA – A weightlifting official said on Saturday that women's participation in weightlifting was approved under the condition of observing Islamic Hijab.
Roger Federer defeated Karen Khachanov 6-4, 7-6 (5) to advance to the final of the Gerry Weber Open for the 11th time on Saturday             
“I always find it amusing when everyone tells us they’re going to beat us up in the tight five.”
The 2017 NHL Draft resumes early Saturday morning at the United Center in Chicago. Thirty-one first-round picks were made Friday... Read More »
Two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova beat Lucie Safarova in the Aegon Classic semifinals to reach the first final since her playing hand was injured in a knife attack at her home last year 
Joachim Loew can maintain his proud decade-long record of steering Germany to the semi-finals at major tournaments with a draw against Cameroon on Sunday enough to reach the last four of the Confedera
Bengaluru, June 24: After a shocking defeat against arch-rivals Pakistan in the Champions Trophy 2017, team India is in West Indies for a bilateral series. Match Report; Match scorecard; Series schedu
Follow all the action from qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix as it happens as Lewis Hamilton aims to take pole position and pile more pressure on title rival Sebastian Vettel.
PETE JENSON: Lionel Messi is turning 30 - but he isn't remotely close to the end, as Barcelona are already making plans to win big with him for years to come.
New Zealand strangled the Lions at the scrum and lineout, demolishing the tourists' plans to dominate the tight exchanges in their 30-15 win at Auckland's Eden Park.
Azerbaijan organized the 2017 Formula 1 Grand Prix in Baku at a high level, Igor Leonenko, an F1 fan, told Trend June 24.
Visa issues behind him, the 19-year-old is ready for shot in German Bundesliga and with U.S. team             
India continued to torment Pakistan in the Hockey World League Semifinals, hammering the arch-rivals 6-1 in a 5th-8th place classification match. This is India's second win in a row over Pakistan in t
Manchester United winger and England international Jesse Lingard is currently enjoying a holiday in Miami ahead of the start of the new Premier League season, that begins on August 12.
Trend Agency presents photos of fans viewing the 2017 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku.
<p>AS THE San Miguel Beermen (SMB) equalized the series to 1-all by posting a rousing 102-88 victory over Talk N' Text in Game 2 of their 2017 PBA Commissioner's Cup best-of-seven fina
<p>THIRTEEN coaches and sports leaders in Mindanao completed the three-day Mindanao Peace Games (MPG)-organized Discover Leadership Program that came to a close on June 21 at the Discovery Suite
Manchester, June 24: The official opening of the Summer transfer window is just one week away however, it has not stopped media from speculating rumours about a player joining different clubs. All lea
If the North and the South form a team for the Winter Games next year, it would represent a major milestone in inter-Korean relations.
Boosting their chances of doing just that is the fact eight Lions players will be in the Bok team today, and how they love playing at Ellis Park, writes Jacques van der Westhuyzen.
FIFA should pick the best referees for the World Cup and not limit its list to one per nation, according to coaching great Guus Hiddink             
Marco Verratti has attracted heavy interest from Barcelona and both the Italian and Spanish press recently claimed that the 24-year-old has told his French employers he wants to leave.
<p>TWO games will be on hand when the FKA AgriChemical Corporation-backed Catalunan Grande Summer League (CGSL) Invitational Basketball Tournament resumes at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 25, at the Monte
Man Utd transfer news continues to be dominated by Monaco midfielder Fabinho, who played for Jose Mourinho at Real Madrid.
Charles Leclerc of Prema Racing F1 team, who won the first race of the FIA Formula 2 in Baku June 24, has said at a press conference in Baku that he liked the city circuit because of the combination o

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