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Lakers trade for Howard

The Los Angeles Lakers have reached an agreement to acquire Dwight Howard from the Orlando Magic in a four-team, eight-player, multi-draft pick deal in which Andrew Bynum lands with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed with sev
Ontario's Verbeek wrestles way to silver

Ontario's Verbeek wrestles way to silver

Canada beat France 1-0 in the women's soccer bronze-medal game at the London Olympics on Thursday. The bronze, combined with a silver medal from veteran wrestler Tonya Verbeek, increased Canada's medal haul to 16.

Archers take aim at national titles

The 2012 Canadian Archery Championships at Juan de Fuca will be a real learning experience for Victoria's Diana Kaun.

Bettman says NHL will lockout players if no deal by Sept. 15

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says the league is prepared to lock out its players if a new collective bargaining agreement is not reached by Sept. 15, when the current deal expires.
Grizzlies bring in a triple threat

Grizzlies bring in a triple threat

If the newest additions to the Victoria Grizzlies are even as remotely as smooth as their general manager Bill Bestwick's glowing introduction of the Fitzgerald triplets was on Thursday, then local B.C. Hockey League fans are in for a treat.

Right now, it's time to think pink

Beach fishing for pinks is phenomenal from Campbell River to Port Hardy. My striking finger (third on the rod hand) is full of cuts and broken skin from striking so many fish on my "working" trip, perhaps as many as 1,000.

Victoria's Richard Weinberger swims to bronze at London Olympics

All those unrelenting kilometres churning in the Saanich Commonwealth Place pool paid off Friday morning in the Serpentine at Hyde Park as Richard Weinberger of Victoria won the bronze medal in the men’s open-water 10K swimming event of the 2012 Lond

Stamps run all over Tiger-Cats

Jon Cornish just needed a rest. Two weeks after coming up flat and then criticizing his offensive line in a crushing loss to the B.C.
Islanders at the olympics

Islanders at the olympics

Weinberger, McCormick look to make a splash

Victoria connection to last team medal

It took 76 years and 17 Summer Olympics, but the women's soccer team finally eclipsed a blight on Canadian sport Thursday in London.
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