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Seven Nova Scotians selected for World Cup paddling events

Seven Nova Scotians selected for World Cup paddling events

Seven Nova Scotians, led by Dartmouth's Craig Spence and Fall River's Michelle Russell, have been named to Canada's sprint canoe-kayak team for two World Cup events in Europe later this spring.
Nova Scotia paddlers dominate Canadian trials

Nova Scotia paddlers dominate Canadian trials

Craig Spence and Michelle Russell have opened the new paddling season with twin victories.
Halifax’s Wieczorek to chase fourth Blue Nose Marathon title

Halifax’s Wieczorek to chase fourth Blue Nose Marathon title

Three championships in four years made Greg Wieczorek the man to beat in the Blue Nose Marathon. But the Halifax road racer, once the course record holder in 2:28:52, hasn't topped the charts since 2013.
Hoops star Ariel Provo picks Dalhousie Tigers

Hoops star Ariel Provo picks Dalhousie Tigers

Ariel Provo may have been destined to play for the Dalhousie Tigers. Lake Echo's Provo has committed to the Dalhousie women's basketball team after playing in the provincial team program since 2012.
PHOTOS: Jamaica hockey team wins Bobsled to Blades battle in Dartmouth

PHOTOS: Jamaica hockey team wins Bobsled to Blades battle in Dartmouth

Jamaica's under-20 team dominated their Nova Scotia counterparts with a 5-1 win in a cultural exchange exhibition game Sunday at the Dartmouth Sportsplex. Photos by Tim Krochak.
Wheelchair racer Brown breaks two provincial records at Desert Challenge Games

Wheelchair racer Brown breaks two provincial records at Desert Challenge Games

Ben Brown broke two Nova Scotia records and won a silver medal this weekend at a meet in Arizona.
Three World Cup silver medals for Ellie Black in return from layoff

Three World Cup silver medals for Ellie Black in return from layoff

The Halifax gymnast won three silver medals at a World Cup in Slovenia on the weekend after nine months away from competition.
Regina's Picton shines in U Sports East-West Bowl

Regina's Picton shines in U Sports East-West Bowl

Regina quarterback Noah Picton, the most outstanding player in U Sports football in 2016, threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter as the West pounded the East 37-13 in Saturday's East-West Bowl before 6,500 fans in Quebec City.
Spence, Russell score wins at Canadian canoe-kayak trials

Spence, Russell score wins at Canadian canoe-kayak trials

It's a long way to the 2020 Olympics in Japan, but you can say Nova Scotia's Craig Spence and Michelle Russell have begun the journey.
Sea Dogs coach Danny Flynn: ‘You don't get tired of winning’

Sea Dogs coach Danny Flynn: ‘You don't get tired of winning’

Dartmouth's Danny Flynn is headed to a sixth Memorial Cup.