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VANCOUVER -- Amid the high-fives and whoops of joy in the B.C. Lions dressing room, one man quietly made his way to the shower. For the rest of the team, Paul McCallums 53-yard field goal on the last play of the game was a white-knuckle finish to a heart-pounding 33-31 victory over the Calgary Stampeders Saturday night. For McCallum, it was business as usual on a night where he set a league record for 30 consecutive field goals and helped move the Lions into first place in the CFL West. The winning kick came after Calgarys Larry Taylor had returned a missed field goal attempt by McCallum 122 yards for a touchdown. That gave the Stampeders a 31-30 lead with 4:27 left in the fourth quarter. "I had nothing to prove," McCallum shrugged as one of his teammates cranked up the music and began a victory dance. "I just wanted to go out there and hit the field goal for the team and help us win. We fought hard. It was a good game." Quarterback Travis Lulay was excited enough for both men. He shook his head over McCallums calm demeanour. "The guy was as cool as it gets coming up to that last kick," said Lulay, who threw two touchdown passes as the Lions won their seventh consecutive game and eighth in nine starts. Wally Buono, the Lions coach and general manager, admitted he toyed with the idea of trying for a single to force overtime. "I was going to ask him to punt," said Buono. "He said no coach. Let me kick the field goal. "I have learned over my time you have to trust your players and I trusted Paul to do what he had to do. God bless him." The kick was low and barely scrapped over the crossbar. McCallum celebrated his longest field in his last six years as a Lion by falling on the ground where he was mobbed by his teammates. "For me it was go out there, concentrate and focus on the things I needed to do to make the field goal," said the 41-year-old, who is the oldest player in the CFL. "I said all along I would eventually miss one. I keep on going, not too high and not too low. Just stay focused and concentrate like I had to do on the last one." Before the fourth-quarter miss McCallum was good on kicks of 47, 46 and 20 yards to give him 30 consecutive field goals. That broke the record of 28 set by Dave Ridgway of the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1993. The record-breaking kick of 46 yards earned a standing ovation from the crowd of 30,622 at B.C. Place Stadium. McCallum already holds the league record for the longest field goal. He made a 62-yard kick against the Edmonton Eskimos on Oct. 27, 2001, when he played for Saskatchewan. It was a bitter loss for the Stampeders, who trailed 14-0 early but never quit. "We can be a lot better," said quarterback Henry Burris, who connected with Landon Talley for a 81-yard pass and run play that tied the game 24-24 early in the third quarter. "We know what were capable of. When were playing our type of football, were the best team in this league. But we were out there having our sloppy moments and they played a great game. We know weve got to be better in those critical moments." Burris completed 15 of 19 passes for 193 yards and ran for 31 yards on six carries. He also fumbled twice, one setting up B.C.s first touchdown. Lulay completed 19 of 32 passes for 252 yards. He hit Arland Bruce with a 17-yard pass on a third-and-10 play, with time running out on the clock, to set up the field goal. The Stampeders looked to have taken control of the game on Taylors touchdown. McCallum was attempting a 45-yard field goal when his kick sailed wide. Taylor took the ball deep in the end zone, then sliced his way untouched through the Lions defence to give Calgary a one-point lead. The Stampeders failed on a two-point convert. "The guys did a great job of blocking and giving me the opportunity to create some lanes," said Taylor. After the game Taylor and McCallum embraced on the field. "Great guy," Taylor said of McCallum. "He put in the hard work and it paid off for him." The Lions and Stampeders both have 16 points, but B.C. has won the season series between the teams. Bruce caught a 20-yard touchdown pass for the Lions and Geroy Simon a 14-yard strike. Andrew Harris scored on a six-yard run. B.C. linebacker Solomon Elimimian, the CFLs leading tackler, left the game in the third quarter with an ankle injury and did not return. "Its not a break or anything of that nature," Buono said. "How bad it is, we will see in three or four days." Calgary running back Jon Cornish scored on a five-yard run while backup quarterback Drew Tate scored on a one-yard plunge. Rene Paredes kicked a 36-yard field goal for Calgary, while punter Burke Dales boomed a 67-yard single. B.C. Place hasnt always been kind to McCallum. In the 2004 West Final McCallum was playing for Saskatchewan. He missed an 18-yard field goal in overtime that cost the Riders the game and sent the Lions to the Grey Cup. Angry Rider fans dumped a load of manure on the driveway of McCallums home in Regina. McCallum joined the Lions as a free agent in 2006. Notes:@ The Lions longest single-season winning streak is 11 games, set in 2005. ... Since 1954 the Lions have had 15 streaks of at least six consecutive wins, including this season. ...During halftime defensive back Joe Fourqurean and running back Sean Millington were added to the Lions Wall of Fame. ...With rain in the forecast the roof was closed at B.C. Place. ...The Lions play the Roughriders in Regina next Sunday. PARIS -- Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is making up for lost time at the age of 22. The Russian looked like a safe bet to become a top 10 player when she cracked the top 50 in 2008 and broke into the top 20 two years later. Since reaching a career-high No. 13 ranking in July 2011, Pavlyuchenkova has struggled to fulfil her potential. She might have put her career back on track by defeating third-seeded Sara Errani of Italy 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 Sunday in the final of the Open GDF Suez for her sixth career title. "Definitely, now I feel more mature," Pavlyuchenkova said. "My mentality is a little bit different. Last year or a few years ago, I would lose here in the first round, for sure." Pavlyuchenkova captured her first title of the season and her first since winning the Portugal Open in May 2013. The unseeded Russian dictated the points, making 48 winners to 18 for Errani. Errani won seven straight games to rally from a 3-1 deficit in the first set and lead 2-0 in the second. But Pavlyuchenkova responded by also winning seven straight games to even the match and lead 1-0 in the third. In the final set, Pavlyuchenkova hit a backhand return winner to break for a 5-3 lead and sealed the victory with a forehand winner. "That was a very mental match," Pavlyuchenkova said. "That gives me a bit of confidence. But I still need to work harder. That was a fantastic week, but I have to keep it going. I hope my level will be a bit more consistent and that I will keep this level." Pavlyuchenkova won all her matches at this tournament in three sets. She was coached for a brief period last year by Martina Hingis before resuming her partnership with heer dad, Sergey.dddddddddddd "He was my first coach, so he taught me everything Im doing now," Pavlyuchenkova said. "And he was always there for me, even when I had other coaches. He never let me down." Pavlyuchenkova got off to a good start by breaking Errani in the third game. But she made numerous unforced errors to squander that advantage, dropping serve at 3-2 with a wide backhand and at 4-3 with a forehand into the net. Errani hit a backhand drop shot to take the opening set. "I had a lot of emotions going on," Pavlyuchenkova said. "I was just stressing out because I was missing some shots. She was very strong today, so that was frustrating." Errani broke Pavlyuchenkova in the opening game of the second set with a forehand pass. Pavlyuchenkova saved a break point at 2-0 to stay in the match and the momentum suddenly changed. "From 2-0 in the second set, I thought I had a blackout," Errani said. "The ball was heavier. For me, it was difficult. I had some very bad games." Pavlyuchenkova slapped forehand return winners to break serve at 2-1 and 3-2 in the second set before Errani sent a forehand long to lose the set. In the decider, Errani capitalized on a backhand error from Pavlyuchenkova to break for a 2-1 lead. However, Pavlyuchenkova broke back in the sixth game when Erranis backhand sailed long. Pavlyuchenkova has defeated three top 10 players in the same tournament for the first time in her career. She beat Maria Sharapova of Russia in the semifinals and Angelique Kerber of Germany in the quarterfinals. Errani lost in the final of the Paris tournament for the second straight time. 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