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Ex-Argo competes in Maccabiah rugby for second timeTORONTO — At 42. Noah Cantor, who is competing for the second time on Canada’s rugby team in the upcoming Maccabiah Games, thinks he...read more...
Former Maccabiah athlete swims again for Canada this yearTORONTO — A chance meeting at a wedding in Toronto two years ago inspired Larry Bell, 72, to get back into competitive swimming. A...read more...
Casspi signs with Houston, his third NBA teamHOUSTON — Omri Casspi, the first Israeli-born player to join the NBA, reportedly has agreed to a two-year, $2 million contract with the Houston...read more...
Comedian competes for spot as network sportscasterToronto comedian JJ Liberman has made it to final 24 on the fifth season of Gillette Drafted: The Search for Canada’s Next Sportscaster. The...read more...
ESPN: Israel’s Mekel to sign with NBA’s MavericksIsraeli point guard Gal Mekel is poised to become the second Israeli to play in the NBA after giving a verbal commitment to the Dallas Mavericks....read more...
Neutral Zone looks at hockey’s impact in IsraelHockey is known for many things – its speed, finesse, toughness, action and drama. But as an instrument of peace, not so much. Yet that’s...read more...
Ancient sage gets mentioned in Stanley Cup game – sort ofWho’d have thought that Boston Bruins centre David Krejci was a student of Hillel? Or that the ancient Jewish sage knew how to tape up a stick...read more...
Israel-born cyclist to race for Canada at Maccabiah GamesAyal Rahat has adopted an unusual training regimen as he gets ready to represent Canada at the Maccabiah Games in Israel, which run from July 18 to...read more...
NBA finals win gives Israeli-born owner Micky Arison two straight titlesThe Miami Heat defeated the San Antonio Spurs, 95-88, in Game 7 of the National Basketball Association (NBA) Finals on Thursday night to give Israeli...read more...
Golf tourney raises $65,000 for special needs campTORONTO — The Hartley Steinberg Memorial Golf Tournament raised $65,000 to fund subsidies at a camp that serves children living with complex...read more...

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