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Tender ankle slows Ellie Black's Olympic push

Tender ankle slows Ellie Black's Olympic push

A tender ankle is forcing Halifax gymnast Ellie Black to slow down on her way to the 2016 Olympics. She will compete in the Canadian championships this week, where she is three-time defending all-around champion.
Memorial Cup title eludes Marchand, Meier

Memorial Cup title eludes Marchand, Meier

Huskies lose 3-2 in overtime to the OHL champion London Knights in Red Deer, Alta.
Fay, Black, de Jonge big winners at Ricoh Awards

Fay, Black, de Jonge big winners at Ricoh Awards

Mary Fay, Ellie Black and Mark de Jonge were among the big winners at the Ricoh Sport Awards held Saturday night in Halifax. The awards honoured the achievements of more than 180 athletes, coaches, officials, sponsors, sport associations and volunteers from across the province.
Love of game runs deep for flag football star Noel

Love of game runs deep for flag football star Noel

Former Acadia Axemen receiver Shanon Noel has extended his career in flag football. He's playing in the Canadian invitational tournament this weekend in Halifax with a trip to the world tournament on the line.

AUS denies Bishop's plans to move east for football

Sprint to the finish for Jenna Martin-Evans

Sprint to the finish for Jenna Martin-Evans

Nova Scotia track star Jenna Martin-Evans was a shining light at the 2012 London Olympics, running to the semifinals in the women's 400 metres. Since then, life in track and field hasn't been nearly as rewarding.
Canadian officials put new curling brooms under the microscope

Canadian officials put new curling brooms under the microscope

The National Research Council has been asked to study the effect of latest equipment on ice, action of stones.
Boxer Custio Clayton remains undefeated

Boxer Custio Clayton remains undefeated

Custio Clayton, considered one of Canada's fastest-rising contenders, wanted more work in the boxing ring and there isn't much doubt he's getting it.

Capers hire new men’s basketball coach

David Petroziello replaces Matt Skinn, who resigned in March
De Jonge, Black among Ricoh Award nominees

De Jonge, Black among Ricoh Award nominees

Ellie Black, Mark de Jonge and Mary Fay are among the finalists announced on Tuesday for the 2016 Ricoh Sport Awards. The awards recognize the achievements of Nova Scotia’s top athletes, teams, coaches, officials and volunteers in amateur sport over the past year.