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HIGHLIGHTS: World Champs in Biathlon, Luge, Sailing and Speed Skating, including a surprise silver...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ALPINE SKIING ● The Coronavirus epidemic in China caused the scheduled men’s World Cup racing in...

TSX REPORT: Check out our exclusive 718-event calendar of events for 2019-20; IOC wants...

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≡ TSX REPORT ~ 17 October 2019 ≡ | 1. |  LANE ONE: A big year ahead, as shown by 718 events in our new Stat...

AQUATICS: China and Russia now have 19 golds in Diving and Artistic; Tingmao Shi...

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China is synonymous with diving excellence and 27-year-old Tingmao Shi is a major reason why. Pain was no barrier to her third consecutive World Championships...

AQUATICS: China and Russia continue their march through Diving and Artistic at FINA Worlds:...

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The astonishing dominance of China in the diving well and Russia in Artistic Swimming continued without interruption during the FINA World Aquatics Championships in...

SWIMMING: Rasovszky finally wins at Lake Balaton; so does Cunha, again!

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Local fans who came out to see Hungary’s open-water star Kristof Rasovszky finally got to see him realize a long-held goal: to win a...

SWIMMING: Unstoppable Cunha out-touches Bruni to win Marathon World Series in Portugal

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If there are any people on the planet more fit right now than Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha and Italy’s Rachele Bruni, they need to...

SWIMMING Preview: Smaller fields at Setubal Marathon World Series just a month before Worlds

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With just over a month to go before the World Aquatics Championships in Korea, the FINA Marathon World Series has two more events before...

HEARD AFTER HALFTIME: South Africa confirms it will appeal Court of Arbitration holding in...

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News, views and noise from the non-stop, worldwide circus of Olympic sport: ● Athletics ● Despite its agreement in June with the IAAF that it...

SWIMMING: Bridi outlasts Cunha again in Seychelles Marathon World Series

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A strong turnout of 75 swimmers from 19 countries came to the exotic location of The Seychelles off the African coast for the second...

SWIMMING Preview: World champions Weertman and Muller headline second World Series race in the...

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The second of nine 10 km Marathon World Series events is getting ready at Beau Vallon Beach in the Seychelles. The fields are good,...

SWIMMING: Paltrinieri and Twichell shine brightest at U.S. Open Water Nationals

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Of the four senior races at the USA Swimming Open Water National Championships in Miami, Florida, American swimmers won only one. But that was hardly...

SWIMMING: Wellbrock and Cunha win Marathon World Series opener in Doha

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A windy day and two large fields of swimmers made the water choppy for the first FINA Marathon World Series 10 km event in...

SWIMMING Preview: Marathon Swim World Series starts in Doha on Saturday

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The nine-leg FINA Marathon Swim World Series starts this week in Qatar with the big stars of the open-water division ready to go for...

SWIMMING: Weertman clinches Marathon World Series title

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Dutch open-water star Ferry Weertman didn’t win at the final leg of the eight-stop FINA/HOSA Marathon Swimming World Series in Abu Dhabi (UAE) on...

SWIMMING Preview: Weertman looks to clinch Marathon World Series title

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The final leg of the eight-stop FINA/HOSA Marathon Swimming World Series is coming in Abu Dhabi (UAE) on Friday, with the seasonal title still...

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