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From bagpipers to Loch Ness Monster, Scottishness celebrated as Commonwealth Games open

GLASGOW, Scotland - The Loch Ness Monster, tartan-clad bagpipers and giant pieces of shortbread took the place of footballers on the Celtic Park pitch as the Commonwealth Games began with a celebration of Scottish mythology and traditions...

posted: July 23,2014





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Bombers' Sears, Kelly out for B.C. game, as Moore gets to play former team

WINNIPEG - Receiver Nick Moore is getting ready to return to the Lion's den but this time in a Winnipeg Blue Bomber uniform....


Toronto FC acquires Creavalle from Houston as Dynamo look towards Beasley

TORONTO - Toronto FC acquired versatile midfielder Warren Creavalle from Houston on Wednesday, paving the way for the Dynamo to sign U.S. international fullback DaMarcus Beasley as a designated player....


Hall of Fame Canadian sports broadcaster Bill Stephenson dead at age 85

TORONTO - Hall of Fame sports broadcaster Bill Stephenson, who spent several decades on Canadian radio and television, has died. He was 85....


Broncos owner Bowlen giving up control of team as he battles Alzheimer's disease

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. - Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is giving up control of the team because of Alzheimer's disease....


Weir, DeLaet look to end 60-year drought of home grown Canadian Open champions

MONTREAL - It was 60 years ago that Pat Fletcher won the Canadian Open....


Playful Pole winks his way uphill to win 17th Tour stage, as no-nonsense Nibali cements lead

PLA D'ADET, France - On the last of four Pyrenees ascents, Rafal Majka winked at a French TV camera and tugged playfully at a motorcycle's antenna....





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