Brad Jacobs' Olympic gold medal is two years in the past. He's chasing another one two years in the future. The chase doesn't get easier, says the Sault Ste. Marie skip, which is why what happened Monday at the Saskatoon Nutana carries some weight. Jacobs doubled Norway's Thomas Ulsrud, the 2014 world champion, 6-3 in...
Timing is everything in boxing - inside and outside the ring - which is why, after the sad retreat from battle of Tyson Fury at the weekend, Anthony Joshua is being catapulted towards an unexpected multi-title world heavyweight fight with Wladimir Klitschko, possibly in the UK in late November.
Gordie Howe's dying wish came true Sunday. The hockey great went home, with wife Colleen, to a final resting place on the Saskatchewan prairie. Their ashes are forever mingled, set into the base of the Saskatoon statue that bears his likeness, in the city that gave him life and built him ...
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies tumbled out of the unbeaten column - barely - last weekend. Saskatchewan's 20-19 Canada West football loss to the visiting Calgary Dinos in a battle of unbeatens dropped their record to 2-1, which is what they're taking into Winnipeg for a 12 noon (Saska...
Gordie Howe's Day 12 noon: Tailgating at SaskTel Centre 2 p.m.: Blades game and Howe tribute Here's hoping Gordie Howe is a fair-weather friend. The hockey great will be honoured by fans and family Sunday in Saskatoon, and Steve Hogle - the man who engineered the day - is keeping an eye on the skies....
The American kid, raised in Ohio, stands under a big, blue Saskatchewan sky on Wednesday, eyes locked on his grandpa. The kid is Corey Howe, and he lives here in Saskatoon. He switched cities and countries five months ago, because he fell in love with a local woman and wants her in his life on a daily basis.
The bonspiel formerly known as the Point Optical Curling Classic is rolling into Saskatoon this week. The annual World Curling Tour stop - which, because of a change in sponsors, is now the College Clean Restoration Curling Classic - commences Friday at the Nutana and runs through Monday.
Derek Keenan took a deep breath Tuesday afternoon; said he was ready to sit down and relax for a few minutes. The Saskatchewan Rush general manager had just conducted a two-day flurry of trades as the National Lacrosse League draft moves closer, and he proclaimed himself finished.
Eve Muirhead and Bingyu Wang travelled across oceans and continents before making their mutual, pinpoint landing Monday on Sheet No. 5 at the Nutana Curling Club. The two skips, from Scotland and China, respectively, staged the first-ever all-international finale at Saskatoon's Colonial Square Ladies Curling Classic.
They drilled Gordie Howe's hole Monday morning. It's 4 1/2 inches wide, eight inches deep, set into the concrete base in front of his statue at SaskTel Centre. On Sunday, Gordie Howe and wife Colleen will be placed lovingly into that hole, their ashes mingled in a singled urn, protected by a small, specially-made stainless-steel...
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