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Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery drowned while swimming in his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario, on Sunday. He was 35. According to the Hamilton Police Department, Emery was reported missing just after 6 a.m. Sunday in Hamilton Harbour, which is on the western tip of Lake Ontario. His body was recovered in proximity to where he was last seen later in the afternoon, police said. The cause of death will be confirmed following an examination. "They went out for a swim, and unfortunately, he did not emerge after diving in," police Inspector Marty Schulenberg told The Hamilton Spectator. "We responded along with Hamilton Fire and EMS. Unfortunately, our efforts on the water and in the area just around the piers were met with negative results." Emery was an Ottawa Senators fourth-round draft pick in 2001. Over 11 NHL seasons, he played for the Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks. Nicknamed...
Missing the World Cup action already? Don't worry, you can already bet on the 2022 edition. Only hours after France defeated Croatia 4-2 in the 2018 World Cup final, the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook opened odds on the 2022 tournament, which will be held in Qatar. Five-time World Cup champion Brazil opens as 6-1 favorites, followed by France at +650 and 2014 World Cup winner Germany at 7-1. Runner-up Croatia opened with 30-1 odds, while third-place Belgium has 12-1 odds. The United States, which didn't qualify for a World Cup for the first time since 1986, opened as 60-1 long shots (16th-best odds). Host nation Qatar automatically qualifies and has odds of 150-1. The two countries with the longest odds are Georgia and Guatemala (each 2,000-1).
The Open Championship returns to Carnoustie -- dubbed by many as Car-Nasty because of the difficulty of the links course -- for the first time since 2007. Open Championship 2018: 411 Dates: July 19-22 Location: Carnoustie Golf Links Previous champions at Carnoustie: Tommy Armour (1931); Henry Cotton (1937); Ben Hogan (1953); Gary Player (1968); Tom Watson (1975); Paul Lawrie (1999); Padraig Harrington (2007) Previewing The Open HARIG: The collapse of Jean van de Velde. Every time The Open returns to Carnoustie, the collapse on No. 18 by van de Velde comes up. Through a host of snapshots from that one hole, we look back. READ ESPN STAFF: A look at some of sports' most memorable meltdowns. READ HARIG: Tiger Woods' Open Championship checklist. What does Tiger have to do to get his...
Russian protest group and punk band Pussy Riot steals some of Vladimir Putin's spotlight by interrupting the World Cup final in Moscow
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Didier Deschamps got France's stars to buy into his work ethic, and the result was glory in Russia, but not before Croatia pushed them all the way.
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Former NHL goalie Ray Emery, 35, has been found dead after he was reported missing while swimming.
LeBron James, wearing Lakers shorts and purple shoes, was seated courtside at the Las Vegas Summer League on Sunday as he cheered on his new teammates.
Ray Emery, a talented and mercurial goaltender who played for four NHL teams over 11 seasons, drowned early Sunday while swimming at a yacht club in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He was 35.
Celebrations went global for France's World Cup victory on Sunday.
France clinched its second FIFA World Cup title after beating Croatia 4-2 in the finals on Sunday.
Four people associated with a Russian punk group were dragged off the field during the World Cup final in Russia on Sunday after they disrupted the game between France and Croatia.
Novak Djokovic won his fourth Wimbledon title on Sunday, beating Kevin Anderson in straight sets.
Darren Sproles' remarkable NFL career, which has seen him score 61 total touchdowns over 13 years, will conclude after the 2018 season.
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LeBron James got a look at some of the Lakers' youngsters for the first time since signing with LA. They made sure to make a good impression for him.
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Four members associated with the feminist punk rock protest group from Russia interrupted the final to bring attention to Russian police actions.