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The prodigal son of Newfoundland’s basketball culture, Carl English talks family, patriotism and unfinished business in a candid Herald interview
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How do you cope with pressure? Do you crack, shut yourself in an introverted hole, or do you rise above and become your best self. Be the you and

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Battling cerebral palsey, St. John’s native Jeremy Jones has medaled at the Canadian Track and Field Championship.
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Sherry Jones pulled her car over on the side of the road recently, picked up her iPad and live-streamed her son competing in a wheelchair race at the Canadian Track and Field

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The Newfoundland Growlers, proud affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced today that the Brampton Beast, the ECHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, will travel to Newfoundland and Labrador in October to compete in a cross-province training camp exhibition series.
The ECHL exhibition showdown will pit the Beast versus the Growlers at three

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By: Robert Shawn Andrews
Jack Axes has become a must-see destination and attraction in the heart of downtown St. John’s. 
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When thinking about the “must see” attractions in St. John’s, your mind probably goes straight to something like Signal Hill, or maybe George Street. But one establishment in downtown

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Newfoundland ladies make history by becoming the first women’s team to capture gold at the Five Pin Open National Bowling Championship
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To say it has been a banner year for women bowlers in Newfoundland and Labrador would be an understatement. Historic, would be more appropriate. 
Making History
In late

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The oldest organized sporting event in North America celebrates a milestone, as the Royal St. John’s Regatta turns 200 on August 1st (weather pending)
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The oldest organized sporting event in North America continues to thrive heading towards its bicentennial. Celebrating that amazing 200th anniversary in 2018, the Royal St. John’s

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By: Mark Dwyer
In 1818, there were less than 45,000 people living on this vast, majestic island. There was no formal government and – when rowing oars dug into the waters at St. John’s harbour for the 1818 races – it was the fishing admirals who governed.
It would take

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The Toronto Maple Leafs announced today Ryane Clowe has been named Head Coach of the club’s ECHL affiliate, the Newfoundland Growlers.
The Fermeuse, Newfoundland native has spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach with the National Hockey League’s New Jersey Devils. In his new position, Clowe will work closely with the Maple

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