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All of Europe celebrates 'Miracle at Medinah'

All of Europe celebrates 'Miracle at Medinah'

Ryder Cup champs return as heroes
Star-studded Lakers get ready to go to work

Star-studded Lakers get ready to go to work

Christmas arrived in October, or so it seemed in a corner of the Los Angeles Lakers' practice facility where Dwight Howard sang Silent Night in a falsetto voice.

Stingy Bears pick apart Romo, Cowboys

CHICAGO 34 DALLAS 18 Those 30-something defenders for the Chicago Bears showed Tony Romo how much they can still play.

Keselowski leads the Chase

Charlotte Observer DOVER, Delaware - If Dover International Speedway was supposed to be one of Brad Keselowski's weaknesses in the Chase, the rest of the field best beware of his strengths.

Ironman Canada snubs Victoria

In the end, reputation mattered little. Greater Victoria has produced more Olympic and Ironman Hawaii champions than any city in the country, but will not become the new permanent home of Ironman Canada.

Suspension over, Stahl set for season debut with Royals

It's almost uncanny for Victoria Royals defenceman Tyler Stahl that John Fogerty performed Saturday night at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre.

For Mike Parker, life in golf 'has opened a lot of doors'

For 43 years, Mike Parker has been a mainstay at the Victoria Golf Club. In 1969, Parker was looking for a job at a golf course and he walked into the Victoria Golf Club. It just so happened that head professional Paul Trapp was losing an assistant.

Vikes soccer women on win streak as men make hay of Saskatchewan

Jaclyn Sawicki was a dynamo on Saturday at Centennial Stadium.
Sounders clinch playoff berth, 'Caps gain key point from draw

Sounders clinch playoff berth, 'Caps gain key point from draw

SEATTLE 0 VANCOUVER 0 The Vancouver Whitecaps stretched their winless streak to seven games with a 0-0 draw against the Seattle Sounders Saturday.
Watson, Simpson secure U.S. lead

Watson, Simpson secure U.S. lead

This Ryder Cup is turning into a rout. Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson trounced Justin Rose and Francesco Molinari 5 and 4 Saturday afternoon, giving the Americans the first of what is sure to be several points from the fourball matches.