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Islanders play their part in riveting Saturday finals

The London Olympic men’s 5,000-metre track and 10-metre diving finals Saturday were events for the ages, with riveting performances that will be talked about for years.

LPGA's best to square off at Canadian Open

Stacy Lewis, the LPGA Tour's money leader, will top the field for the $2-million CN Canadian Women's Open later this month.

Howard finally gets his wish: leaves Magic for Lakers

Dwight Howard held some of the championship trophies in the Los Angeles Lakers' facility Friday, the first act of the next phase of his NBA career. "Making some wishes," Howard said. One of his wishes has finally come true.

Olympian aims at national title

Beaudet hopes to rebound from poor showing in London

Junior Mariners eye B.C. title

It's so far, so good for the Victoria Junior Mariners as they sit a perfect 2-0 at the 2012 B.C. Junior Premier Baseball League provincial championship tournament at Whalley Stadium in Surrey.

Disappointment and reflection after UVic athlete's Olympic mountain biking race

It was set to be one of the great Canadian tales of the 2012 London Summer Olympics with a truly national backstory spanning across the nation from Harvey Station, N.B., to Victoria and Kamloops.

Daly near leaders at PGA Championship

Five years ago, a leading golf publication chose Kiawah Island as the toughest golf course in America. Some of the best players in the world made it feel like a walk on the beach Thursday in the PGA Championship.

Islanders at Olympics: McCormick survives crazy day on diving tower

In a day of wild oscillations on the Olympic 10-metre tower — where even favourites such as British wonder boy Tom Daley and American star David Boudia teetered on the edge of elimination — Victoria diver Riley McCormick played it safe and steady to

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.