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Team Canada junior hockey player Drake Batherson has strong roots in Port ...
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Kaetlyn Osmond begins defence of her national title today in Vancouver
N.L. athletes inducted into Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association Hall of Fame
Marble Mountain to open this weekend
Grand Falls-Windsor athlete going to extremes
Carl English has many reasons to enjoy the holidays
What are we getting into with the St. John's Edge and NBL Canada?
The St. John’s Edge play their first-ever National Basketball League of Canada home game Friday night at Mile One Centre, where they host the Niagara River Lions. Start time is 7 p.m. Here are some frequently asked questions relating to the ...
Corner Brook’s Rosemary Karn found her comfort zone on speed skates
At first, Rosemary Karn found herself struggling to keep her balance on a pair of skates with long blades. She had no idea what speed skating was at the time. She was just following her mom’s suggestion that she give the sport a try when she ...
Provincial team ready for a Challenge at Skate Canada event in Quebec
Newfoundland and Labrador will be represented by a six-member team at the 2018 Skate Canada Challenge beginning next week in Perrefonds, Que. The athletes earned their berths as a result of their performances at the recent Skate Canada ...
St. John's Edge bring excitement to opening weekend
Lots can happen in the six months between now and April, but if the first couple of games in the inaugural season for the St. John’s Edge are any indication, buckle up because the city’s new pro basketball team doesn’t figure to be ...
Carl English officially signed to St. John’s Edge
The season opens Saturday, but St. John’s Edge coach Jeff Dunlap expects his team’s newest signing to be ready to go for the start of the 2017-18 National Basketball League of Canada campaign. As first reported on www.thetelegram.com, ...
St. John's Edge expected to announce signing of Carl English Wednesday morning
None of the principals are confirming it officially, but The Telegram has learned that what has been anticipated for the better part of a month will take place Wednesday morning when the St. John’s Edge will reveal they have signed Newfoundland ...
Skate Canada NL's sectionals begin Friday at Mount Pearl Glacier
The Skate Canada Newfoundland and Labrador (SCNL) 2018 sectional championships begin Friday at the Glacier in Mount Pearl. The sectionals identify the province’s top figure skaters for advancement to the next round of qualifying events, ...
St. John's Edge off and running
Like many a basketball coach — any coach, for that matter — Jeff Dunlap worshipped at the altar of John Wooden, so it’s no surprise the former UCLA player will take a page from the playbook of the late, great Bruins’ coach ...
For the St. John's Edge, there's so little time and so much to do
he St. John’s Edge officially begin their training camp Wednesday, but with the bulk of the team’s pre-season roster in town, the National Basketball League of Canada expansion team has already begun closed-door sessions. With less ...
NLVA's VolleyFest 2017 features 170 teams, 2,300 athletes
Two days, 11 divisions, 18 tiers, 30 courts, 170 teams. Two dozen convenors, 80 officials, 350 coaches, approximately 2,000 spectators and over 2,300 athletes. Those are some of the numbers associated with Beresford Ltd. VolleyFest 2017, the ...