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THE INTERVIEW Spring 2018: Mike Weir

                        Coming to LondonOntarioSports.com next week: the Spring 2018 edition of THE INTERVIEW. LondonOntarioSports.com editor Jeffrey Reed goes one-on-one with 2003 Masters Tournament champion Mike Weir. The Bright’s Grove, Ontario native talks in depth about his career as he creeps closer to age 48; […]

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Maroons Tie Series

Tuesday at Chatham, the London Nationals blew a 3-1 lead midway through the second period to fall 6-3 to the Maroons. Their best-of-seven Western Conference playoff is tied, 2-2. Brandon Glover, James Turner and Josh Coyle put the Nats up front before Chatham tied the game, 3-3, at 16:03 of the third period. The Maroons went […]

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High Schools Twinning Sports, Academics

On March 20, the Thames Valley District School Board (TVDSB) and the Abilities Centre hosted the first public information evening for the launch of the Academy for Student Athlete Development (ASAD) in London. First launched in Whitby in September 2016, ASAD supports student athletes in grades 9-12 as they pursue their academic and athletic aspirations at the […]

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Record 28 Medals For Canada At Paralympic Winter Games

PyeongChang, March 18, 2018 – With Para nordic skier Mark Arendz representing the Canadian Paralympic Team as flag bearer at the Closing Ceremony, Canada officially concluded a record-breaking nine days of competition with 28 medals won at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. This is Canada’s greatest number of podium finishes at a Paralympic Winter […]

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Johnson’s 41 Points Gives Bolts Win Over Titans

Sunday at Kitchener, Kyle Johnson had a monster game with 41 points as the London Lightning beat the KW Titans, 124-97. Click here for boxscore. Next Game: Sunday, March 25 at Windsor Express.

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Knights Finish Fifth, Open Playoffs In Owen Sound

Sunday at Sault Ste. Marie, the No. 1-ranked Greyhounds doubled the London Knights, 6-3, giving London a fifth-place finish and playoff opener on the road in Owen Sound. Josh Nelson, Evan Bouchard and Tyler Rollo scored for London, who travel Thursday to take on the fourth-place Attack. Bouchard’s goal was his 25th on the power […]

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