Headlines:

The Canadian Jeiwsh News

Monday, November 24, 2014

Member Login:

Lifestyle / Sports

Title PHP code
U.S. Russia sanctions would put Israel in World CupIsrael would take part in the 2014 World Cup if the head of international soccer’s governing body heeds the suggestion of two U.S. senators to...read more...
Bruce Pearl tapped as Auburn basketball coachAUBURN, Alabama — Bruce Pearl, who led the U.S. team to the gold medal at the 2009 Maccabiah Games, was hired as the head coach of the Auburn...read more...
Yeshiva U’s Rebecca Yoshor excelling on and off courtNEW YORK   — Watching Rebecca Yoshor in action for the Yeshiva University women’s basketball team, the skills are evident: the...read more...
U.S. ice dancers Davis and White earn historic Olympic goldSOCHI, Russia — The team of Meryl Davis and Charlie White won the first Olympics ice dancing gold medal ever for the United States. Davis and...read more...
Toronto’s Fichman thrilled by Canadian upset at Fed CupBefore Canadian tennis player Sharon Fichman of Toronto took to the court for her doubles match on Feb. 9, she was already celebrating that her...read more...
Moscovitch wins silver with Canadian figure skating teamDylan Moscovitch, who might be the only Jew competing for Canada at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, came in sixth in the pairs short program...read more...
Going for gold in SochiDylan Moscovitch knew he wanted to compete in the Olympics from the time he was a little kid. “My mom said when I was five, someone asked me if...read more...
Jewish debate on Sochi Olympics focuses on human rights, corruption, securityWith the Winter Olympics gearing up for their Feb. 7 start in Sochi, Russia, the Jewish debate on the games mirrors the discourse taking place in the...read more...
Will God have a say in Super Sunday outcome?BALTIMORE  — Rabbi Daniel Alter expects some added fervency during daily prayer services at the Denver Academy of Torah in the days...read more...
Kids’ basketball tourney raises funds for charityHallie Rodney, now 13, has played basketball since she was six. When she began to learn the sport with the Steve Nash Youth Basketball Program,...read more...

© 2014 - CJNEWS.COM, all rights reserved.