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Olympic sailor Jacob Saunders sets new course — in university

Olympic sailor Jacob Saunders sets new course — in university

After a life in sailing, Jacob Saunders is going to work. The 2016 Olympian from Chester, part of a tandem with his older brother Graeme in Rio de Janeiro, has turned his focus to his education and career over his sporting aspirations — for now.
Waterman to guide East team at U Sports football showcase

Waterman to guide East team at U Sports football showcase

Gary Waterman of the two-time AUS champion St. Francis Xavier X-Men will coach Team East at the upcoming U Sports East-West Bowl.
Kay Okafor’s unforgettable day: from family reunion to graduation to CFL draft

Kay Okafor’s unforgettable day: from family reunion to graduation to CFL draft

Kay Okafor graduated from St. Francis Xavier in Antigonish on Sunday. His father travelled from Nigeria to be with him, reconnecting the two for the first time in many years. Before the night was over, Okafor realized a second dream.
Halifax’s Tigers Volleyball Club wins bronze at under-18 championship

Halifax’s Tigers Volleyball Club wins bronze at under-18 championship

The Tigers downed the Manitoba Cobras 25-16, 25-19 to place third, earning the province's first national medal since the Dartmouth Lakers women captured silver in 1987.
Peter Campbell shoots even-par 71 in final round in Costa Rica

Peter Campbell shoots even-par 71 in final round in Costa Rica

Baddeck's Peter Campbell shot even-par 71 Sunday to finish the Essential Costa Rica Classic at 7 under par.
LeJean makes world qualifying standard in shot put

LeJean makes world qualifying standard in shot put

Cape Breton's Pamela LeJean is a step closer to competing at this summer's World Para Athletics Championships in London.
CHRIS COCHRANE: Legitimacy of Halifax pro soccer plan gets a boost

CHRIS COCHRANE: Legitimacy of Halifax pro soccer plan gets a boost

The weekend announcement that Canada Soccer has officially endorsed the proposed Canadian Premier League is good news for the Halifax group attempting to gain a franchise in the league scheduled to begin play in 2018.
Campbell falls back in delay-plagued Costa Rica golf tourney

Campbell falls back in delay-plagued Costa Rica golf tourney

An up-and-down second round has left Baddeck’s Peter Campbell seven shots off the lead at the Essential Costa Rica Classic in Guanacaste, Costa Rica.
Early leader Campbell to start delayed second round of Essential Costa Rica Classic on Saturday morning

Early leader Campbell to start delayed second round of Essential Costa Rica Classic on Saturday morning

Peter Campbell of Baddeck went from leading the Essential Costa Rica Classic to trailing by four shots without even playing a stroke on Friday thanks to play being suspended by darkness for a second straight day.
Hagen still pushing limits in baseball

Hagen still pushing limits in baseball

It will be tough to top 2016 for Dartmouth baseball player Kate Hagen, but that won't stop her from trying.