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BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: World Champs this week in Whistler

The climax of the 2018-19 ISBF season comes this week at the site of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games at the sliding track in...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Friedrich finishes perfect two-man season, wins four-man title in Calgary

It has literally been a perfect season for Germany’s Francesco Friedrich, the Olympic champ in the two-man and four-man sleds. With Thorsten Margis, he...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: Season titles on the line in World Cup finale in...

The eighth and final World Cup of the 2018-19 season is upon us, this year in Calgary (CAN) with all of the season titles...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Meyers Taylor & Kwaza win in Lake Placid; Wesenberg gets Skeleton...

PyeongChang Olympic silver medalist Elana Meyers Taylor started the IBSF World Cup season on the wrong note, having her sled disqualified for improper weight...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: World Cup circuit comes to North America

The IBSF World Cup season is three-quarters complete, with the remaining events to be held at Lake Placid, New York – this weekend –...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Meyers Taylor and Gibbs score first World Cup win this season

Winning streaks are meant to be broken, and Germany’s perfect record in the 2018-19 World Cup got stopped in St. Moritz (SUI) by the...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: Final European World Cup of 2019 is in St. Moritz

The IBSF World Cup is coming to a close quickly, with the sixth of eight stops this weekend in St. Moritz (SUI). It’s fairly...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Friedrich dominates again with two wins in Innsbruck

Germany’s Francesco Friedrich piloted the winning two-man and four-man bobs in PyeongChang last year and looks ready to defend those title at the World...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: Will Friedrich stay perfect in Innsbruck?

Four down, four to go for a perfect season for Germany’s double Olympic gold medalist Francesco Friedrich in the two-man division, as the IBSF...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Another German sweep in Konigssee as Friedrich stays perfect

Germany's sleds ruled the track in Konigssee (GER) at the fourth of eight stops on the 2018-19 IBSF World Cup, with Francesco Friedrich keeping...

BOBSLED & SKELETON: Almost an Olympic re-run in Two-Man final in Altenberg

The PyeongChang Olympic Two-Man competition was one of the most thrilling ever, with Germany’s Francesco Friedrich and Canada’s Justin Kripps tying for the gold...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: Will Friedrich stay perfect in Altenberg?

We’re a quarter of the way through the IBSF World Cup schedule and racing resumes this week in Altenberg (GER), the second of three...

BOBSLED & SKELETON Preview: World Cup season starts in Sigulda

The International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation’s World Cup is among the last to start on the winter circuit, but the first weekend of competition...

EXTRA: Dutch skater ter Mors beats Ledecka to the history books

TSX EXTRA– for Feb. 20, 2018: The shock of Ester Ledecka’s victory in the women’s Super-G race led many to think she would become the first to win medals in two different sports in the same Winter Games. After all, she’s the favorite in the Parallel Giant Slalom in Snowboard. But it was 28-year-old Dutch […]
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EXTRA: Dutch skater ter Mors beats Ledecka to the history books

TSX EXTRA– for Feb. 20, 2018: The shock of Ester Ledecka’s victory in the women’s Super-G race led many to think she would become the first to win medals in two different sports in the same Winter Games. After all, she’s the favorite in the Parallel Giant Slalom in Snowboard. But it was 28-year-old Dutch […]
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EXTRA: Time for a breather, but there is more history to be made...

TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 18, 2018: As the second half of the Games starts, the pace is a little slower. Only six finals on Sunday and just three on the schedule for Monday. But there is history to be made at these Games and we note five events to watch to see if the […]
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EXTRA: Time for a breather, but there is more history to be made...

TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 18, 2018: As the second half of the Games starts, the pace is a little slower. Only six finals on Sunday and just three on the schedule for Monday. But there is history to be made at these Games and we note five events to watch to see if the […]
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PyeongChang preview no. 1: Bobsleigh

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 31, 2018: The frantic pace of the winter World Cups has finally slowed down enough to start looking ahead to the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea, coming 8 February. We stop first at bobsleigh, expected to be dominated by Germany, especially in the absence of American star driver Steven […]
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PyeongChang preview no. 1: Bobsleigh

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 31, 2018: The frantic pace of the winter World Cups has finally slowed down enough to start looking ahead to the Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, Korea, coming 8 February. We stop first at bobsleigh, expected to be dominated by Germany, especially in the absence of American star driver Steven […]
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The IOC takes a holiday from sport to work on politics

TSX HEADLINES – for Jan. 22, 2018: The International Olympic Committee took a break from worrying about the technical details of the upcoming PyeongChang Winter Games and played politics. President Thomas Bach held a conference and signed an agreement to allow North Korea to participate in the Winter Games and there was finally some movement […]
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