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On a warm Monday afternoon in Hamilton, the Toronto Argonauts were preparing for a game in which they would have no shelter from the elements. There was a problem with the air conditioning in the dressing room, a staff member grumbled — there was no air conditioning.There was also allegedly no electricity in the outlets, meaning the giant fans were fixed to extension cords that snaked out in search of electricity somewhere down the the hall. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats were also said to be without air conditioning before the game, when owner Bob Young was holding court on the field, his usual yellow hat paired with a blue business suit and a pair of steel-toed construction boots.“It’s all been sweetness and light,” Young said wryly. “It’s been a path strewn with roses for the last four years. And look at the results. I mean, can you imagine it was anything but a path strewn with roses?”On the surface, that is exactly how it appeared. After a delay of more than a month, Tim Hortons Field finally opened to fans bathing in sun-splashed stands, walking along clean concourses and into a prosperous future that seemed impossible a decade ago. (Photo: Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press)

On a warm Monday afternoon in Hamilton, the Toronto Argonauts were preparing for a game in which they would have no shelter from the elements. There was a problem with the air conditioning in the dressing room, a staff member grumbled — there was no air conditioning.

There was also allegedly no electricity in the outlets, meaning the giant fans were fixed to extension cords that snaked out in search of electricity somewhere down the the hall. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats were also said to be without air conditioning before the game, when owner Bob Young was holding court on the field, his usual yellow hat paired with a blue business suit and a pair of steel-toed construction boots.

“It’s all been sweetness and light,” Young said wryly. “It’s been a path strewn with roses for the last four years. And look at the results. I mean, can you imagine it was anything but a path strewn with roses?”

On the surface, that is exactly how it appeared. After a delay of more than a month, Tim Hortons Field finally opened to fans bathing in sun-splashed stands, walking along clean concourses and into a prosperous future that seemed impossible a decade ago. (Photo: Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press)

The Toronto Blue Jays wanted to give Derek Jeter a distinctly Canadian retirement present. So they decided to put him up in a “castle” in the Rockies.During a ceremony before Sunday’s game — Jeter’s final visit to the Rogers Centre with the New York Yankees — the Jays announced the gift they’d been keeping a secret from all inquisitors: three nights at the Fairmont Banff Springs — “where the scenery takes centre stage and Mother Nature is the architect for adventures.” They billed it as “a Canadian castle of the Rockies experience.” (Photo: Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press)

The Toronto Blue Jays wanted to give Derek Jeter a distinctly Canadian retirement present. So they decided to put him up in a “castle” in the Rockies.

During a ceremony before Sunday’s game — Jeter’s final visit to the Rogers Centre with the New York Yankees — the Jays announced the gift they’d been keeping a secret from all inquisitors: three nights at the Fairmont Banff Springs — “where the scenery takes centre stage and Mother Nature is the architect for adventures.” They billed it as “a Canadian castle of the Rockies experience.” (Photo: Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press)

Two points from defeat, Sara Errani rallied to force a third-set tiebreaker and outlasted Venus Williams in a back-and-forth match at the U.S. Open.Errani won 6-0, 0-6, 7-6 (5) in the third round Friday after Williams had a chance to serve out the match in the final set.Williams twice came back from down a break in the third but was done in by too many unforced errors. She had 52 in the match.(Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

Two points from defeat, Sara Errani rallied to force a third-set tiebreaker and outlasted Venus Williams in a back-and-forth match at the U.S. Open.

Errani won 6-0, 0-6, 7-6 (5) in the third round Friday after Williams had a chance to serve out the match in the final set.

Williams twice came back from down a break in the third but was done in by too many unforced errors. She had 52 in the match.

(Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

Horsing around: Riders take part in the 160 km endurance competition of the 2014 FEI World Equestrian Games near Mont-Saint-Michel on August 28, 2014 in Genets, northwestern France. (Jean-Sebastien Evrard/AFP/Getty Images)

Horsing around: Riders take part in the 160 km endurance competition of the 2014 FEI World Equestrian Games near Mont-Saint-Michel on August 28, 2014 in Genets, northwestern France. (Jean-Sebastien Evrard/AFP/Getty Images)

The ice water challenge: People take part in the Winter Swimming Festival in front of the Perito Moreno glacier at the Argentino Lake in El Calafate, Santa Cruz province, Argentina on August 8, 2014, during the first competition of this extreme sport in the southern hemisphere. (Photo: Daniel Garcia/AFP/Getty Images)

The ice water challenge: People take part in the Winter Swimming Festival in front of the Perito Moreno glacier at the Argentino Lake in El Calafate, Santa Cruz province, Argentina on August 8, 2014, during the first competition of this extreme sport in the southern hemisphere. (Photo: Daniel Garcia/AFP/Getty Images)

Catching a wave: Owen Wright, of Australia, competes in the Billabong Pro surfing competition in Tahiti on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. (Photo: Will Hayden-Smith/The Association of Surfing Professionals/The Associated Press)

Catching a wave: Owen Wright, of Australia, competes in the Billabong Pro surfing competition in Tahiti on Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014. (Photo: Will Hayden-Smith/The Association of Surfing Professionals/The Associated Press)

South Korea withstood a late Chicago rally to win Sunday’s Little League World Series championship game, 8-4. International teams have won the last three and four of the last five titles. After the final out — a force play — the Seoul team’s bench emptied and the players dumped cups of water on their teammates near the mound. The players took a victory lap, waving and laughing and then lifting their assistant coach in the air.Photo by Rob Carr, Getty Images

South Korea withstood a late Chicago rally to win Sunday’s Little League World Series championship game, 8-4.

International teams have won the last three and four of the last five titles.

After the final out — a force play — the Seoul team’s bench emptied and the players dumped cups of water on their teammates near the mound.

The players took a victory lap, waving and laughing and then lifting their assistant coach in the air.

Photo by Rob Carr, Getty Images

SYDNEY — Players run onto the field for a National Rugby League match between the St George Illawarra Dragons and the Gold Coast Titans at WIN Jubilee Stadium on August 24, 2014.  Photo by Matt King, Getty Images

SYDNEY — Players run onto the field for a National Rugby League match between the St George Illawarra Dragons and the Gold Coast Titans at WIN Jubilee Stadium on August 24, 2014. 

Photo by Matt King, Getty Images

Dong Wan Sin’s three-run single helped South Korea defeat Japan 12-3 Saturday in the Little League World Series international championship.South Korea had a seven-run second inning on just two hits. Leadoff batter Hae Chan Choi also brought in two runs on a double during that inning.Japan couldn’t get any offensive going until scoring its first run in the fourth inning.On Sunday, South Korea will face Chicago for the overall title.Photo by Matt Slocum, Associated Press

Dong Wan Sin’s three-run single helped South Korea defeat Japan 12-3 Saturday in the Little League World Series international championship.

South Korea had a seven-run second inning on just two hits. Leadoff batter Hae Chan Choi also brought in two runs on a double during that inning.

Japan couldn’t get any offensive going until scoring its first run in the fourth inning.

On Sunday, South Korea will face Chicago for the overall title.

Photo by Matt Slocum, Associated Press

Mathys Goosen of the Netherlands competes in the men’s 100m butterfly semifinal competition at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, in eastern China’s Jiangsu province on August 18, 2014. More than 3,700 competitors aged 15 to 18 were expected to participate in the games, with many hoping to build towards a place at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images

Mathys Goosen of the Netherlands competes in the men’s 100m butterfly semifinal competition at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, in eastern China’s Jiangsu province on August 18, 2014. More than 3,700 competitors aged 15 to 18 were expected to participate in the games, with many hoping to build towards a place at the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Photo: Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images