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ASTANA, Kazakhstan -- Christine Nesbitt earned a gold medal on Saturday in the womens 1,500-metre race at a speedskating World Cup. cheap jerseys free shipping . The London, Ont., native finished in one minute 56.10 seconds, 0.67 seconds ahead of Germanys Claudia Pechstein. Ireen Wust of the Netherlands won bronze (1:57.00). Winnipegs Cindy Klassen was fifth (1:57.42). Also, Germanys Jenny Wolf won the womens 500 metre race in 37.984 seconds. South Koreas Lee Sang-hwa took silver (37.985) and Japans Nao Kodaira placed third (37.99). Nesbitt finished eighth in the 500 with a time of 38.47 seconds. "It (my 500-metre race today) made me confident for the 1,500," said Nesbitt. "Because I talked to my coaches, to Xiuli (Wang) and Mark (Wild) before, that I wanted to start really hard and just experiment and see what I can do when I start fast. "I knew I had good speed and it was coming pretty easily." In mens competition, Jan Smeekens of the Netherlands won gold in the 500 metres (35.05). Mo Tae-bum of South Korea was second (35.06) and American Tucker Fredricks won bronze (35.19). Calgarys Gilmore Junio was sixth (35.238) in the 500. Also, Sven Kramer of the Netherlands won the 5,000 metres with a time of 6:13.83. Fellow Dutchman Jorrit Bergsma earned silver (6:15.40) and Frances Alexis Contin was third (6:17.43). cheap jerseys . Big wingers Cole and Max Pacioretty each scored two goals and their diminutive centre David Desharnais had a pair of assists as the Canadiens ended a four-game winless run with a 5-2 victory over the Lightning on Wednesday night. cheap jerseys from china . The Milwaukee Bucks found out they were being sold. It turned out to be a big night for two teams headed in different directions with the regular season coming to a close.REGINA - The Saskatchewan Roughriders scored 28 points off turnovers as they clinched their first home playoff game since 2010 with a 35-14 win Saturday over the B.C. Lions. It was the third straight win for Saskatchewan (11-5), which can now finish no lower than second in the CFLs West Division. The Riders secured at least the chance to host the CFLs West Division semifinal by virtue of holding the tiebreaker against B.C (9-7) in the event of a tie in the standings at seasons end. They could also host the West final should they win their final two games combined with two Calgary losses. Saskatchewan was shaky off the start Saturday with B.C. linebacker Adam Bighill causing both Kory Sheets and Geroy Simon to fumble. The former erased a 41-yard run by Sheets and the latter led to an 11-yard touchdown pass from Thomas DeMarco to Nick Moore, who reached 1,000 yards receiving for the first time on the play. Then it was the Saskatchewan defences turn to shine. DeMarco fumbled under pressure from John Chick and the returning Weldon Brown returned the loose ball 46 yards for a touchdown and a 10-7 Saskatchewan lead. Middle linebacker Mike McCullough created his first turnover of the game on the very next play when he forced B.C. running back Stefan Logan to fumble at the end of an 11-yard run, setting up a 14-yard field goal from Chris Milo. Two plays later, DeMarco threw over the middle right into the arms of Rideers halfback Carlos Thomas, leading to a 20-yard touchdown pass from Darian Durant to Weston Dressler.dddddddddddd On the play after that Courtney Taylor was stripped by McCullough near midfield. Dressler then caught a 42-yard pass from Durant to set up a one-yard TD run from Sheets and a 27-7 lead. And just when it looked like things couldnt get worse for the Lions, B.C. turned the ball over for the fourth time in five plays. Taylor bobbled a catch on the first play from scrimmage and linebacker Craig Butler made a diving grab for the interception near midfield. Milo missed the ensuing field-goal attempt but the ball went deep enough for a single, and he nailed a 15-yard kick before halftime to extend the lead to 31-7. Milo had kicked his longest score, from 30 yards out, on Saskatchewans third possession of the game to get the Riders on the board. The Lions let Saskatchewan know they were still alive when Lin-J Shell intercepted Durant in the third and turned that into a seven-yard TD catch by Shawn Gore, but Ricky Schmitt added a punt single for the Riders to close out the scoring. Tristan Jackson and Dwight Anderson added interceptions for Saskatchewan in the fourth quarter, and B.C. turned the ball over on downs late in the quarter allowing Milo to kick a 38-yard field goal to put the game away. Durant finished 13-of-29 passes for 187 yards. DeMarco was also 13 for 29, but for 147 yards. ' ' '
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