Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Matt NicholsSwimming success: Manitoba earns more Canada Summer Games medals in the pool.
- Cool as a cucumber: Bombers quarterback comfortable in come-from-behind situations.
- It takes guts: Manitoba paddlers Maddy Mitchell and Nicole Boyle dig deep for bronze-medal performance.
- Esks edge Redblacks: Mike Reilly leads team to seventh straight win to start the CFL season.
- Jays blank Yanks: Estrada pitches seven scoreless inning as Toronto shuts down New York 4-0.
- Spieth starts slow: Young Texan five shots off lead after first round at PGA Championship in bid to become youngest golfer to complete Grand Slam.
What we're reading
Veteran Jaromir Jagr is looking for a team after finishing up his 24th pro season with the Florida Panthers.Surprised by snub: Jagr 'didn't expect it would be so hard to get job in NHL'
- Faint recollection: Brandon Morrow and the greatest pitching performance you likely forgot about
- Why I Went to Auschwitz: NBA star Ray Allen chronicles trip to concentration camp for The Players' Tribune
What to watch
- Golf: Second-round action of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C. / noon / TSN
- CFL: The Toronto Argonauts (3-4) are in Montreal to play the Alouettes (2-4) / 6:30 p.m. / TSN
- MLB: The Toronto Blue Jays play the first of three at home vs the Pittsburgh Pirates / 6 p.m. / Sportsnet
In case you missed it
- Paul Wiecek: We're getting great value for our 18 cents; imagine what folding money could buy
- Pay it forward: Hometown hero Tanya Dubnicoff returns to mentor next-generation cyclists
Let's look ahead
Reggie Abercrombie and the Winnipeg Goldeyes are back home tonight.Heading home: The Winnipeg Goldeyes will be back in action at Shaw Park tonight when they open a six-game homestand with the first of three vs the Wichita Wingnuts. Game time is 7 p.m.
- One more for the road: The Winnipeg Blue Bombers play their second straight game away from home on Saturday when they are in Hamilton to take on the winless Tiger-Cats. Game time is 6:30 p.m. CT
- Clubbing it: The best driving average on the PGA Tour is 314 yards. Jamie Sadlowski’s personal best is 445. This is how he does it.
- Helicopter shot: Harlem Globetrotter Bull Bullard hits long range jumper — from 210 feet.
- Bombers Report: Sports editor Steve Lyons and columnist Paul Wiecek discuss team's two-game winning streak and its game at Hamilton this Saturday.
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