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Canadas Sports Leader announced on Wednesday that its award-winning host James Duthie will join CFL ON TSN for a slate of marquee events, including the playoffs and the 102nd GREY CUP. Wholesale Authentic Jordans . Duthie will continue to lead TSNs extensive hockey coverage, which includes 130+ NHL games featuring the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, and Winnipeg Jets as well as the IIHF World Junior Championship. Duthie, an Ottawa native who hosted TSNs CFL studio coverage from 1998-2000, makes his CFL ON TSN return this Friday, July 18 during the Ottawa Redblacks home opener against the Toronto Argonauts at the brand new TD Place. Live coverage begins at 7 p.m. ET on TSN and TSN GO. Duthie is the latest addition to TSNs CFL broadcast team. Just before the season kicked off last month, the network announced Rod Smith as the new host of CFL ON TSN. “We are adding one of the best broadcasters in the business to the pillar of our summer schedule,” said Mark Milliere, Senior Vice-President of Production, TSN. “Between his Ottawa roots and the return of the Redblacks, there couldnt be a better time for James to come back to CFL ON TSN. Were thrilled to have him join our coverage of key CFL events and think fans will really enjoy what hell bring to our broadcasts.” “Football and hockey have always been 1 and 1a as my favourite sports. Hosting CFL was my first role at TSN 16 years ago. Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan and I all started around the same time, so Im thrilled to be involved in our coverage again,” said Duthie. “Ive always been a huge fan of the CFL. I grew up in Ottawa and went to every Rough Riders game with my Mom and Dad for 20 years. The game on Friday feels like a perfect time to come back.” Ottawa Redblacks Home OpenerJames Duthie and CFL ON TSN analyst Jock Climie, an Ottawa resident and former Ottawa Rough Rider, will broadcast live from TD Place to capture all the action from the Ottawa-Toronto tilt and the unveiling of the brand new stadium. Reporting at field level is TSN Ottawa Bureau Reporter Brent Wallace. Covering the Toronto @ Ottawa game from the TSN Studio are CFL ON TSN host Rod Smith and analysts Matt Dunigan, Chris Schultz, Milt Stegall, and Paul LaPolice. The CFL ON TSN panel pulls double duty on Friday night, with Hamilton @ Calgary airing immediately after the Redblacks game at 10 p.m. ET on TSN. TSNs Gemini Award-winning broadcast team of play-by-play announcer Chris Cuthbert and game analyst Glen Suitor will be in the broadcast booth for the Redblacks game. Premiering during CFL ON TSNs pre-game show on Thursday night is an essay fronted by TSN Football Insider Dave Naylor on the rebirth of Lansdowne Park and the return of the CFL to the nations capital. Naylor, who lived in Ottawa for nearly two decades, revisits the city for a retrospective look on the history and significance of Lansdowne Park – including what it meant to him as a Carleton University journalism student living across the street from the stadium. TSN.cas dedicated CFL hub will provide extensive pre- and post-game analysis of the Redblacks home opener, while TSN BarDown at BarDown.com will compile the best reactions from social media along with behind-the-scenes content from TD Place. TSN 1200 – the official radio voice of the Ottawa Redblacks – celebrates the return of professional football to Ottawa with 10 hours of live on-site coverage: 1 p.m. ET – THE DRIVE with Shawn Simpson and Steve Warne 5:30 p.m. ET – Pre-game show with Lee Versage and former CFLers Ken Evraire, Darren Joseph, and Pat Woodcock 7 p.m. ET – Play-by-play announcer A.J. Jakubec and analyst Jeff Avery call the game from TD Place 10 p.m. ET – Post-game show with Lee Versage and Ken Evraire Fans can also tune in to the OTTAWA REDBLACKS RADIO SHOW this Thursday at 6 p.m. ET for a comprehensive preview of the home opener. Argos fans can tune in to TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto for live coverage of the Toronto @ Ottawa game. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET with Jim Tatti and Sandy Annunziata, while Mike Hogan and Jeff Johnson call the game live from TD Place at 7 p.m. ET. Jordans Shoes From China . Richard Jefferson scored 17 points and Diante Garrett had a career-high 15 points as the Jazz had seven players with 10 points or more in Utahs largest margin of victory this season. Wholesale Jordans Free Shipping . Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist stood tall with 41 saves between the pipes, but it was defenceman Ryan McDonagh who got the first star of the game as he had a goal and an assist and now has two goals and four assists for six points in two games. http://www.clearancejordans.com/ . Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter also scored for the Americans, who avoided a repeat of Finlands upset at the Four Nations Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y., in November. Finnish goalie Noora Raty made 58 saves in that one, but the three-time Olympian could stop just 40 of 43 U. ARGELES-GAZOST, France -- Vincenzo Nibali crushed everyone on the last mountain leg of the Tour de France on Thursday, all but ensuring he will be crowned champion when the race ends in Paris in three days. On the big, final climb of Stage 18, the Italian broke out of the peloton, chased down breakaway riders, and rode solo in front for the last eight kilometres (five miles) uphill. Nibali, who captured his fourth stage of the Tour, stuck out his tongue, tapped his chest, and raised a fist skyward as he finished the 145.5-kilometre (90-mile) leg more than a minute ahead of Thibaut Pinot of France, who was second. Rafal Majka of Poland, in third, was another two seconds back. The remarkable effort by Nibali, set to become the first Italian to win the Tour since Marco Pantani in 1998, essentially reduced the race drama to who will join him on the podium on the Champs-Elysees on Sunday. "I didnt want to lose command. My goal was to win here," Nibali said. "It was important to me to win another stage in the Pyrenees. The team worked really hard and this victory is for them." He is also set to become only the sixth rider to win all three Grand Tours of France, Italy and Spain. He won the 2013 Italian Giro and the 2010 Spanish Vuelta. One man basking at the finish line was Alexandre Vinokourov, the general manager of Nibalis Astana team, and a former rider who was expelled from the 2007 Tour for blood doping. He said the stage victory was "not by chance." "We said, we need to show that theres a boss," Vinokourov told French TV. The last time the term "boss" was used regularly at the Tour was when a doped-up Lance Armstrong won seven in a row. While three stages are left, Fridays is mostly flat and unlikely to allow a breakaway rider to gain time. The last real challenge will be Saturdays individual time trial, but Nibalis lead is so big -- 7 minutes, 10 seconds ahead of Pinot, and 7:23 ahead of Frances Jean-Christophe Peraud -- that it would take a disaster for him to lose the yellow jersey before Sunday. "It was a very good day," said Pinot, who rose a spot from third, "but Nibali is untouchable. Cheap Jordans For Sale. " The race for second heated up: Alejandro Valverde of Spain lost crucial seconds on the last climb and fell from second overall to fourth, two seconds slower than Peraud. But Valverde is considered a stronger time-trial rider than Pinot, and possibly Peraud. "Everything is possible," Valverde said. "Before, I was ahead, now Im behind, but its very tight. Im pretty happy." After setting off from Pau, riders tackled the famed Tourmalet pass -- the highest Pyrenean peak on this Tour -- before heading up to Hautacam ski station. Both climbs are among the toughest in professional cycling. Two breakaway riders, Mikel Nieve of Spain and Blel Kadri, a Frenchman who won Stage 8, were the first over Tourmalet more than 4 1/2 minutes ahead. But by the valley below, the duo had lost two minutes: Nibalis chasing bunch was gaining. That was partly because Valverdes Movistar squad bolted ahead in a challenge to Nibali. The Italian didnt let that last long, and Valverde was caught within a few minutes. By the foot of Hautacam, the main contenders were bunched together. Then, American Chris Horner, who beat second-place Nibali in the Vuelta last year, broke away. Nibali stayed with him, and then, rounding a curve and looking back for the peloton, burst ahead. Nibali said later he had memories of Horners Vuelta victory in mind. That said, Horner was little threat for the Tour title: He was about 35 minutes behind when the stage began. On the way up, Nibalis shoulder whacked the outstretched elbow of a woman speaking on a mobile phone on the side of road, with her back to the peloton. He winced briefly. "Happily, it wasnt serious for her or me," Nibali said. Stage 19 on Friday in southwestern France will likely end in a sprint finish, and Nibali and his Astana teammates will keep a close watch on the riders closest to him in the general classification. They are no longer rivals, nor challengers. ' ' '

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