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Israeli expat places third in World Series of PokerLAS VEGAS —  Israel native Amir Lehavot finished in third place in the World Series of Poker, taking home about $3.7 million. Lehavot, 38...read more...
Tigers pick Brad Ausmus, Israel’s manager in WBC bid, as new skipperNEW YORK  — Brad Ausmus, who managed the Israeli national team’s bid for the World Baseball Classic, was named the manager of the...read more...
Tunisia out of ’14 Davis Cup for order not to play IsraeliJERUSALEM   — Tunisia was suspended from next year’s Davis Cup after ordering one of its national team members to withdraw from a...read more...
With Mekel’s arrival, Casspi has Israeli company on the NBA courtHOUSTON — Midway through the first quarter, Omri Casspi entered the preseason game between his Houston Rockets and the Dallas Mavericks. A...read more...
Champion skater ‘a fighter’ on the iceTORONTO — Petra Burka was 18 before she learned what really happened to her grandparents. Till then, she had been under the illusion they had...read more...
ADL: Sports teams should change racist names, logosProfessional sports teams should seriously consider moving away from “the use of hurtful and offensive names, mascots and logos,” the...read more...
Canadians aid Israel Tennis CentersDozens of invited guests packed a Yorkville restaurant to check out a silent auction that raised money for the Israel Tennis Centers (ITC) and to...read more...
Soccer match unites Jews, SikhsMONTREAL — A Hampstead synagogue and members of the Sikh community are showing goodwill in the midst of the acrimonious debate over values in...read more...
Trestman first Jewish NFL coach since Marv LevyWINNIPEG — From a Canadian Football League standpoint, his type may not pass this way again. Marc Trestman, 57, waved goodbye to the Montreal...read more...
Pillar of strength for the Blue JaysJust over two years ago, Kevin Pillar was a college senior, playing Division II baseball in California. Today, he’s the starting left fielder...read more...

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