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TORONTO - Canada, runner-up at the Womens Rugby World Cup this summer, is one of seven teams granted automatic qualification for the 2017 tournament. Yeezy 750 NZ .World Rugby, formerly known as the International Rugby Board, says the top seven teams from the 2014 competition — champion England, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, U.S. and Australia — are confirmed for the 2017 tournament.The remaining five teams will be determined through qualification to include:— The two best-ranked 6 Nations Womens teams (outside of those teams already qualified) from the combined results of the 2015 and 2016 Womens 6 Nations tournaments.— The winner of a home-and-away playoff match between the lowest-ranked side in the Womens 6 Nations (combined 2015 and 2016 results and outside of the teams already qualified) and the Rugby Europe womens champion.— The two best-ranked teams from a final qualifying tournament featuring South Africa, one team from Oceania and two teams from Asia.A decision on tournament host will be made in May 2015.The Womens World Cup, which was won by England by a 21-9 score over Canada in Paris in August, will move to 2017 to maximize synergy with the Olympic and Rugby World Cup Sevens cycles, according to World Rugby. The event will return to a four-year cycle after 2017. Ultra Boost Clima NZ . PAUL, Minn. Yeezy Boost NZ . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday.EVANSTON, Ill. -- Freshman reserve Nigel Hayes had a career-high 19 points and No. 4 Wisconsin remained unbeaten with an easy 76-49 victory over Northwestern in their Big Ten opener Thursday night. Hayes went 8 for 12 from the field and had six rebounds while showing a nice combination of power and finesse. The prize recruit is averaging 15.3 points in his last three games. Sam Dekker scored 15 points and Traevon Jackson had 10 for the Badgers (14-0, 1-0), who earned their seventh consecutive win against the Wildcats. They shot 55 per cent (32 for 58) from the field and enjoyed a 38-27 rebounding edge. Northwestern (7-7, 0-1) has dropped two straight after a three-game winning streak. Alex Olah had a career-high 23 points, and Drew Crawford finished with 10 points on 3-for-11 shooting. Wisconsin improved to 14-0 for the first time since the Badgers won each of their 15 games in the 1911-12 and 1913-14 seasons. It was their 11th straight win in a Big Ten opener. They can match the school record for fastest start with a victory against No. 22 Iowa in their first conference home game on Sunday. Wisconsin grabbed control with a virtually flawless first half, scoring 36 of the final 45 points before intermissiion. Cheap Ultra Boost NZ. The almost clinical performance began with a 16-2 run that included eight points from Hayes, who sparked the decisive sequence with two free throws and a jumper in the paint. Hayes by himself had a 13-12 lead over the Wildcats with 1:30 to go. Duje Dukans layup with 28 seconds left sent the Badgers to the locker room with a 40-14 lead. Wisconsin had a dominant advantage in virtually every category at the break, shooting 59 per cent with only one turnover and building a 20-10 rebound difference. Wisconsins start was so impressive that even hard-charging coach Bo Ryan seemed satisfied with the Badgers effort. He kept a close watch on the action from in front of the bench, but he seemed almost serene as his team picked apart the Wildcats. It was more of the same in the second half, with Jackson finding Dekker for a fast-break dunk that made it 49-20 with 14:40 left. Northwestern forward Nikola Cerina left with an injury after Dekkers jam. The 6-foot-9 redshirt senior appeared to be favouring his right leg as he hobbled off the court. The Wildcats shot 34.5 per cent (19 for 55) and their reserves managed just four points, compared to 32 for their counterparts on the Badgers. ' ' '

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