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Pagenaud races to win at Honda Indy

TORONTO—Seven weeks ago, Simon Pagenaud was racing to victory on the wide-open speedway of the Indianapolis 500.

On Sunday, he captured the Honda Indy Toronto title, manoeuvring through the tricky hairpins turns on Toronto's notoriously bumpy road course.

If it takes a complete driver to capture the IndyCar Series title, Pagenaud proved in Toronto he has the full package.

Yankees earn 4-2 win over Blue Jays

NEW YORK—Aaron Judge was near the batter's box for a pretty good view of Gio Urshela's nifty slide at the plate to give the New York Yankees the go-ahead run in the fifth inning.

The Yankees slugger is sure the club wouldn't have one of the best records in the majors if it wasn't for the contributions from a player considered to be a utility player coming into this season.

Federer, Nadal renew great rivalry

WIMBLEDON, England—After going more than 1 1/2 years without playing each other anywhere, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will be meeting at a second consecutive Grand Slam tournament when they face off in Wimbledon's semifinals.

Last month, Nadal got his shot at Federer on red clay, winning their wind-whipped French Open semifinal in straight sets on the way to a 12th title there.

Henderson wins ESPY

LOS ANGELES—Canada's Brooke Henderson can add an ESPY to her trophy case.

Henderson, from Smiths Falls, Ont., was named best female golfer at the annual celebration of athletes yesterday.

The Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Awards are presented by the ABC television network and were previously put on by American sports network ESPN.