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Nanoose Bay's Mason cracks high jump top 10

Nanoose Bay's Mason cracks high jump top 10

What the unlikely highjumper Derek Drouin served up Tuesday was certainly needed by a nation stuck on 10 medals since Saturday, when Victoria swimmer Ryan Cochrane's silver and Victoria cyclist Gillian Carleton's bronze contributed to a three-medal h

Intermediate A Rocks earn silver

A slow start cost the Victoria Shamrocks in Monday's final of the B.C. Intermediate A Lacrosse Championship in Burnaby. The Shamrocks fell behind 6-0 in the first period to the New Westminster Salmonbellies and lost the final 12-9.

Juniors learning from O'Byrne camp, too

Young minor hockey players aren't the only ones learning valuable lessons on the ice at Ryan O'Byrne's Charity Camp at the Ian Stewart Complex this week. Juniors from the Western Hockey League and B.C.

'Rocks need to 'step it up'

GAME DAY: VICTORIA VS. COQUITLAM Game 2, 7: 45 p.m.
Raonic right at home in Toronto

Raonic right at home in Toronto

Milos Raonic is the last Canadian left in the Rogers Cup men's tournament.

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FIFA looking into Canadian comments following semifinal loss to U.S

FIFA is considering disciplinary action over blistering comments from the Canadian women's soccer team about the refereeing of their 4-3 semifinal loss to the United States at the London Olympics.

Canada's top archers are set to invade South Island

The country's top archers are set to spring into action on the Island at the 2012 Canadian Target Archery Championships, beginning with the field event today in Duncan, hosted by the Cowichan Bowmen club.
Fastest man leaves no doubt

Fastest man leaves no doubt

Usain Bolt proves staying power with gold medal win in 100 metres
O'Byrne gives back to kids at camp

O'Byrne gives back to kids at camp

NHL defenceman who played here puts on charity event for youth