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HIGHLIGHTS: Amazing Shiffrin scores gold and bronze in World Cup in Vermont

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ALPINE SKIING ● The Alpine World Cup is in North America, with women’s racing at Killington,...

LUGE: Pavlichenko sweeps to men’s seasonal title, along with Geisenberger and Eggert and Benecken

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The final FIL World Cup of the 2018-19 season was a bonanza for Russian sliders, as they went 1-2 in the men’s Singles, won...

LUGE Preview: World Cup final in Sochi, with the men’s title up for grabs

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The final FIL World Cup of the 2018-19 season is in Sochi (RUS), site of th infamous 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Two of the...

LUGE: Geisenberger and Eggert/Benecken clinch seasonal World Cup titles in Oberhof

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The penultimate FIL World Cup in the 2018-19 season decided the women’s and men’s Doubles champions, while the men’s Singles title will go right...

LUGE Preview: Two seasonal titles could be clinched this week in Oberhof

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The eighth of nine stops on the FIL World Tour comes this weekend in Oberhof (GER), with competitions will be held in the standard...

LUGE: Loch closes in on men’s lead in weather-shortened Altenberg World Cup

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Bad weather hampered the final day of the FIL World Cup in Altenberg (GER), but six-time World Cup champion Felix Loch (GER) made it...

LUGE Preview: World Cup resumes in Altenberg

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With the World Championships completed., we’re into the final third of the FIL World Cup season, with racing remaining in Altenberg (GER) this week,...

LUGE: Russians Pavlichenko and Ivanova win again at their favorite track … in Latvia!

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Germany has dominated the Luge World Cup through its first five stop, but Russia performed best in Sigulda (LAT), winning the men’s and women’s...

LUGE Preview: Is it Taubitz’s turn to be the best women’s luger?

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Until last week’s races in Konigssee, there was no question but that Germany’s Natalie Geisenberger is the best women’s luger in the world. Maybe...

LUGE: Taubitz wins in Konigsee; Geisenberger’s medal-race streak ends at 25

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Germany’s Julia Taubitz won her second World Cup race of the season at the famed Konigssee track in Germany, but just as remarkable was...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger’s streak on the line in Konigssee

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The FIL World Cup season passes the halfway mark in Konigssee (GER) this weekend, with Germany’s Olympic women’s champion, Natalie Geisenberger putting her streak...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger’s streak on the line in Lake Placid

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It’s hard to imagine, but this week’s races at Lake Placid, New York (USA) are already the fourth out of nine stops on the...

LUGE: Third seasonal win for Kindl in Calgary

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Austria’s Wolfgang Kindl won the men’s world title back in 2017, but has never won a seasonal World Cup title. He’s trying to change...

LUGE Preview: Geisenberger tries to stay perfect in Calgary

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The North American section of the FIL World Cup tour for 2018-19 continues this week in Calgary (CAN), with the third of nine World...

LUGE: Geisenberger still perfect after Whistler World Cup

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Germany’s Olympic and World Champion Natalie Geisenberger continued to dominate the women’s World Cup circuit, winning her third race in a row, this time...

LUGE Preview: World Cup comes to North America

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The annual stopover for the Luge World Cup in Canada and the United States starts this weekend, with racing in Whistler, followed by stops...

LUGE: Surprises at Innsbruck season opener

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Every season is a new one and the FIL World Cup opener in Innsbruck showed that what happened last season might not happen in...

LUGE Preview: Innsbruck hosts the season opener

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The 2018-19 FIL World Cup season will get started this weekend with competition at Innsbruck (AUT) with the standard races plus a Sprint competition....

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