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  • CBC.ca Sports - Hockey Night in Canada 3D FAQ
    FIELD Perdita Felicien Choose my own adventure Video All Olympic Sports Video Highlights Full shows WATCH On Demand Video Highlights full events interviews with your favourite athletes and more Winter Sports Curling Figure Skating Skiing Speedskating Sliding Snowboarding FIGURE SKATING Pj Kwong Grand Prix Season preview Canadian women rebuilding Football CFL Headlines Scoreboard Standings Stats Teams CFL Malcolm Kelly Ticats QB Boltus understands life as 3rd stringer NFL Headlines Scoreboard Standings Stats Teams Players NFL Watch NFL Roundtable Ravens Jets heading in different directions NCAA Bowl Games NCAA Runaway Honour Auburn s Newton wins Heisman Trophy Opinion Tony Care Malcolm Kelly Greg Frers CFL Greg Frers New era begins in B C Video CFL Calvillo s Next Move Als Win Grey Cup LISTEN Teddy Katz CFL Alumni helping researchers study brain injuries Photos 2011 CFL Underrated Players CFL Coaching Giants Suber Bowl XLV Grey Cup PHOTO GALLERY CFL s 8 Teams are counting on these key perfomers Baseball MLB NewsFeed Scoreboard Standings Stats Teams Players Player News Injuries Transactions MLB Watch BASEBALL Season Cut Short Dodgers outfielder Ethier undergoes knee surgery Video Langley B C representing Canada at Little League World Series Brett Lawrie raising eyebrows Blue Jays accused of stealing signs Fredericton s Matt Stairs hangs up cleats Lawrie s much anticipated debut Brewers draft deaf Canadian Gary Carter seriously ill Bautista s power matched by humility Japan immerses itself in baseball Russell Martin begins life as a Yankee Blue Jays Super Fan WATCH NOW Rookie Sensation Brett Lawrie makes immediate impact with Blue Jays Photos September Additions AL MVP Race Dog Days Of Summer Trading Places Summer Breeze Major League Canadians May Mashers New MLB managers in 2011 The new Blue Jays Top MLB rotations in 2011 PHOTO GALLERY September Additions 5 players to watch in final month of season Opinion Glew Loewen is Blue Jays best story of season MLB Power Rankings Team effort vaults Tigers to 3rd Glew Blue Jays must sign proven closer Glew Memo to Jays Don t coddle Lawrie Harrison Lawrie s gain is Snider s pain Perry Jays farmhands show willingness to learn Glew Escobar destined for all stardom Harrison Crain finds comfort zone with Chisox MLB Power Rankings Playing Cards right Harrison Orr faces another uphill battle Glew Snider belongs with Jays in middle of order BASEBALL Rare Transformation Glew Loewen is best story of Jays season Basketball NBA NewsFeed Scoreboard Standings Stats Teams Players Player News Injuries Transactions NBA Watch BASKETBALL John Chick Talent coaching not the problem with Canadian hoops WNBA NewsFeed Schedule Scoreboard Standings Leaders Teams Men s NCAA NewsFeed Scoreboard Standings Leaders Teams Women s NCAA NewsFeed Scoreboard Standings Leaders Teams Opinion Lance Winn Nabil Karim John Chick Basketblog BASKETBALL John Chick Long road ahead for Canadian ballers Video Video Hardwood Review Photos Players of the Week LeBron s Return 10 players to watch in 2010 11 BASKETBALL Shaq A retrospective in pictures Looking back at at 18 years of O Neal More Sports Golf PGA News

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  • Soccer Shootout! A CBC.ca/kids Game
    Park Canuck Rally Continental Rift Doger s Olympic Snowboarding Doger s White Out Extreme Diving Free Run Gruella s Grubfest Handball Moto X Pumpkin Patch Blast Scoops Shüger s Rush Skeeter Splat Snowboarding Snowboarding XL Soccer Shootout Surf Quest Sushi Samurai Tall Ships Sailing Challenge Toboggan Hill Trampoline Vertical Alert Wakeboarding Yard Trix Classic Games Deep Sea Xplorer Matrix Moon Mayhem Movin in the Matrix X Attack Xpansion Puzzle Games

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  • FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011 - CBC Sports
    final report from Germany with her final reflections on the FIFA Women s World Cup blog World Cup s 3rd place game had it all Rogers Sportsnet commentator Gerry Dobson writes that third place match between France and Sweden on Saturday served as a microcosm for the entire Women s World Cup Japan U S out to make World Cup history video The United States seeks a third FIFA Women s World Cup crown and Japan will attempt to become the first Asian nation to win the title when the two teams meet in Sunday s final from Frankfurt Germany CBC CBCSports ca 2 30 p m ET RSS More headlines Rotator Japan upsets U S in Women s World Cup final Japan defeated the United States 3 1 in a penalty shootout in the final of the FIFA Women s World Cup Sunday in Frankfurt Germany more Related Japans beats U S in penalty shootout Related PHOTO GALLERY Women s World Cup final Standings Knockout Bracket Group Stage Quarter Finals GER 0 JPN 1 SWE 3 AUS 1 ENG 1 3 FRA 1 4 BRA 2 3 USA 2 5 Semi Finals JPN 3 SWE 1 FRA 1 USA 3 3rd Place SWE 2 FRA 1 Final JPN 2 3 USA 2 1 Group A W D L Pts Germany 3 0 0 9 France 2 0 1 6 Nigeria 1 0 2 3 Canada 0 0 3 0 Group B W D L Pts England 2 1 0 7 Japan 2 0 1 6 Mexico 0 2 1 2 New Zealand 0 1 2 1 Group C W D L Pts Sweden 3 0 0 9 United States 2 0 1 6 Korea DPR 0 1 2 1 Colombia 0 1 2 1 Group D W D L Pts Brazil 3 0 0 9 Australia 2 0 1 6 Norway 1 0 2 3 Equatorial Guinea 0 0 3 0 Watch Listen Top Stories Highlights Player Profiles More Top Stories More Highlights More Player Profiles More Audio Opinion Analysis SOCCER Anjali Nayar Photo finish and final thoughts SOCCER John Molinaro Japan exemplified class at the World Cup SOCCER Nigel Reed 5 things we learned from the Women s World Cup SOCCER Gerry Dobson 3rd place game indicative of World Cup s quality SOCCER Anjali Nayar Healing the German psyche one World Cup at a time More Opinion Analysis Photo Gallery More Soccer Galleries Show previous slide Don t Miss Stars of the FIFA Women s World Cup USA Abby Wambach is a handful American combines power and a nose for goal Japan Homare Sawa crucial for the Japanese Diminutive stature has not held her back from a long career France Les Bleues look to Sonia Bompastor Midfielder is the on field general for France Sweden Schelin The female Ibrahimovic Swede draws comparisons for AC Milan star Brazil Marta the best in the world Brazilian is 5 time FIFA World Player of the Year Australia Lisa De Vanna The

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  • FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011 - CBC Sports
    only Schedule times are approximate On CBC TV CBCSports ca Rogers Sportsnet ONE Rogers Sportsnet Regional Rogers Sportsnet World Cup Recap Tune in to Rogers Sportsnet on matchdays at 11 p m ET as Gerry Dobson Kara Lang and Craig Forrest recap the day s events at the 2011 FIFA Women s World Cup in Germany Stay Connected Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Watch Listen Show previous slide Show next slide Show previous slide Show next slide Latest Tournament Headlines Japan upsets U S in Women s World Cup final Japan defeated the United States 3 1 in a penalty shootout in the final of the FIFA Women s World Cup Sunday in Frankfurt Germany more Japan beats U S in Women s World Cup final Japan became the first Asian nation to win the Women s World Cup on Sunday from Frankfurt Germany beating the United States in a penalty shootout after both sides were level at 2 2 after extra time more Japan exemplified class at the World Cup CBCSports ca s John F Molinaro writes that of all the adjectives used to describe Japan s amazing run in winning the FIFA Women s World Cup one stands above the rest classy more Women s World Cup 5 things we learned For a sport so globally dominated by men what did we learn about the women s game at its highest level Nigel Reed offers his impressions of the 2011 FIFA Women s World Cup more Japan s World Cup victory helps lift earthquake ravaged nation The players on Japan s Women s World Cup team invoked the slow recovery from a devastating tsunami and earthquake time and again Whatever they could do they vowed they would more More Tournament Headlines Opinion Analysis SOCCER Anjali Nayar Photo

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  • Team Canada - FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011 - CBC Sports
    Tuesday after a 1 0 loss to Nigeria Morace s ambitious training regime all for naught Carolina Morace had an ambitious vision when she was hired as the head of coach Canada s women s soccer team one that would see her players on the podium at both the FIFA Women s World Cup and the 2012 London Olympics Canada exits Women s World Cup with 3 losses video Canada closed out its campaign at the FIFA Women s World Cup with a 1 0 loss to Nigeria on Tuesday the Canadians third consecutive setback of the tournament blog Fixing Canadian soccer a call to action In the wake of Canada s elimination from the Women s World Cup CBC Sports commentator Jason de Vos weighs in with his thoughts what must be done to fix Canadian soccer RSS More headlines Team Gallery More Soccer Galleries Watch Listen More Team Clips More Team Audio Squad Roster an error occurred while processing this directive Full Roster Standings Group Stage Group A Group B Group C Group D Group A W D L Pts Germany 3 0 0 9 France 2 0 1 6 Nigeria 1 0 2 3 Canada 0 0 3 0 Group B W D L Pts England 2 1 0 7 Japan 2 0 1 6 Mexico 0 2 1 2 New Zealand 0 1 2 1 Group C W D L Pts Sweden 3 0 0 9 United States 2 0 1 6 Korea DPR 0 1 2 1 Colombia 0 1 2 1 Group D W D L Pts Brazil 3 0 0 9 Australia 2 0 1 6 Norway 1 0 2 3 Equatorial Guinea 0 0 3 0 Full Tournament Standings Team Leaders Scorers Goalkeepers Discipline an error occurred while processing this directive an error occurred while processing this directive an error occurred while processing this directive Full leaderboard Team Profile Quick Facts Soccer Confederation Confederation of North Central American and Caribbean Association Football CONCACAF Current FIFA World Ranking 6 Team Nickname Big Red Team colours Red jerseys black shorts Strengths Weaknesses Prospects Coach Canada s confidence is sky high after going undefeated and without conceding a goal during the World Cup qualifiers Carolina Morace has transformed the squad into a strong possession and attacking team since taking over the coaching reins With a solid core of veterans and an exciting crop of youngsters Canada has solid depth at every position The Canadians are perennial under achievers having qualified for the knockout stage just once in four previous World Cup appearances Christine Sinclair means so much supplying goals and leadership Canada would be in big trouble if she gets injured or suspended Canada faces Germany in its opening game Can they rebound if they lose as expected to the hosts Canada has high hopes of emulating its success from 2003 when it reached the semifinals and finished fourth overall Its opening game against World Cup holders Germany in Berlin is a daunting task but

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  • From humble beginnings: The FIFA Women's World Cup
    FIFA Women s World Cup has grown into the premier global event in women s sports Here some of the credit must be given to Havelange The Brazilian relied on manipulation scheming politicking and chicanery to rise to power in 1974 when he was elected as the head of soccer s world governing body His 24 year reign was often described as dictatorial and corruption accusations dogged him during his entire tenure To his credit though Havelange also oversaw the introduction of a slew of important FIFA tournaments that we now take for granted world championships at the under 17 and under 20 level and most notably the Women s World Cup Akers an early trendsettter But even though the Brazilian gave them the opportunity it was the athletes who are responsible for the rise in popularity of the Women s World Cup putting it on the map as must see event on the crowded international soccer calendar and no player played a bigger initial role than Michelle Akers Every sporting event needs a superstar and Akers served that role with aplomb in China The American forward began the tournament with a modest three goals in the first round before exploding in the knockout stage with five goals in the quarter finals against Taiwan and a hat trick versus Germany in the semifinals Akers left her best performance for last by netting twice including the winner with 12 minutes left in regulation to lift the U S to a 2 1 decision over Norway in the final Her 10 goals remains a single tournament record and spurned the U S to a historic victory Akers didn t do it alone She and fellow forwards Carin Jennings and April Heinrichs terrorized opposing defenders they combined 20 goals in six matches as the Americans outscored their opponents by a whopping 25 5 margin The U S s World Cup victory marked the birth of a dynasty one that saw a generation of American players become super stars including Mia Hamm Julie Foudy Brandi Chastain and the aforementioned trio of Akers Jennings and Heinrichs Norway s ascent to the throne four years later in Sweden actually started in China The Norwegians were the surprise of the 1991 tournament rebounding from a humiliating 4 0 loss to China by beating Italy in overtime and edging Denmark in the knockout stages before succumbing to the U S Buoyed by the two pronged attack of Hege Riise and Ann Kristin Aarones Norway stormed through the first round with victories over Nigeria England and Canada making its World Cup debut and exacted a small measure of revenge by disposing of the U S in the semifinals Riding high the Scandinavians completed their unbeaten run in Sweden with a 2 0 win over Germany to become the first European nation to win the title The World Cup s watershed came in 1999 Not only did the tournament expand to 16 teams but it also set a pair of

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  • FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011 Blog | CBC Sports
    Make no mistake about it France dominated a lethargic American team while outshooting them 25 11 Read more Sex and soccer sells By Anjali Nayar Posted Tuesday July 12 2011 07 36 PM I couldn t help but laugh when I first saw Expert electronics new television commercial I was pulled in at first by the strobe lights sweat and soccer moves It was reminiscent of last year s Write the Future Nike campaign and I anticipated three minutes of awesome But in this commercial when the play paused it wasn t for cheeky tangential plotlines or social commentary but rather so that Germany s loveliest Fatmire Bajramaj Kim Kulig Simone Laudehr und Celia Okoyino da Mbabi could fix their makeup Read more Americans just never give up By Jason de Vos Posted Monday July 11 2011 06 07 PM If it is possible to dislike and admire a characteristic at the same time that is how I feel about the Americans confidence Their cockiness and swagger best exhibited by their goalkeeper Solo can at times be very off putting There is a fine line between confidence and arrogance and at times it can disappear altogether when it comes to the Americans But that is also something I admire about them Both their male and female players go into games determined to prove that they are the best in the world even if they are up against superior opposition That confidence is infectious and it has seen them pull off some amazing results over the years including Sunday s comeback against Brazil Read more Germany s fabulous final four By Nigel Reed Posted Monday July 11 2011 01 34 PM Somehow they survived the big scare Just when they thought they were out Abby Wambach pulled them back in The rest should be plain sailing for the United States Read more American comeback highlight of quarter finals By John Molinaro Posted Monday July 11 2011 12 48 PM Much like the group stage the quarter final round of the FIFA Women s World Cup was not short on drama offering plenty of highs and lows Read more Supporting the other side By Anjali Nayar Posted Sunday July 10 2011 06 40 PM If you thought interest in the World Cup would fade in Germany after the hosts bowed out of the tournament you didn t watch the Brazil vs USA game With over 25 000 people in the stands yet another sold out game there was never a dull moment The stadium was swathed in American and Brazilian flags and the clapping slow at first soon accelerated into a frenetic blur I haven t heard such intense static since my 1980s ghetto blaster Then there was the jeering and whistling at every wasted opportunity foul ball dubious call or of course whenever Marta got near the play Read more Women s soccer has been turned on its head By Gerry Dobson Posted Saturday July 9 2011 07 27 PM What

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  • Highlights - FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011 - CBC Sports
    bra can col eng eqg fra ger jpn prk mex nzl nga nor swe usa History Team Canada Highlights Stay Connected Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Latest Tournament Headlines Japan upsets U S in Women s World Cup final Japan defeated the United States 3 1 in a penalty shootout in the final of the FIFA Women s World Cup Sunday in Frankfurt Germany more Japan beats U S in Women s World Cup final Japan became the first Asian nation to win the Women s World Cup on Sunday from Frankfurt Germany beating the United States in a penalty shootout after both sides were level at 2 2 after extra time more Japan exemplified class at the World Cup CBCSports ca s John F Molinaro writes that of all the adjectives used to describe Japan s amazing run in winning the FIFA Women s World Cup one stands above the rest classy more Women s World Cup 5 things we learned For a sport so globally dominated by men what did we learn about the women s game at its highest level Nigel Reed offers his impressions of the 2011 FIFA Women s World Cup more Japan s World Cup victory helps lift earthquake ravaged nation The players on Japan s Women s World Cup team invoked the slow recovery from a devastating tsunami and earthquake time and again Whatever they could do they vowed they would more More Tournament Headlines Rogers Sportsnet World Cup Recap Tune in to Rogers Sportsnet on matchdays at 11 p m ET as Gerry Dobson Kara Lang and Craig Forrest recap the day s events at the 2011 FIFA Women s World Cup in Germany Podcast CBC SoccerNation Hosted by Pedro Mendes CBC SoccerNation is a soccer podcast that deals with the

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