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HIGHLIGHTS: Where no man has gone before! Duplantis clears world-record 20-2 3/4 in Torun!

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ATHLETICS ● Saturday was one of those dream days in track & field, where athletes around...

HIGHLIGHTS: Shiffrin scores again with Super-G bronze; Bowe wins third straight 1,000 m

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: Anyone who pays attention to alpine skiing is running out of superlatives to shower on American superstar...

HIGHLIGHTS: Superb Chen routs Hanyu to win ISU Grand Prix Final by almost 44...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: “Stunning” is probably the best way to describe the dominating performance by two-time World Champion Nathan Chen...

SCOREBOARD: Wins for U.S. skating star Brittany Bowe and 43-year-old Jake Gibb

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Highlights and results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● BASEBALL ● Japan wins WSBC Premier 12 over Korea, as Mexico gets third over U.S. There...

SPEED SKATING Preview: ISU World Cup season starts in Minsk

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The ISU World Cup for Speed Skating will celebrate 35 years in 2019-20 after its start in 1985, beginning with the first of six...

SPEED SKATING: Bowe, Sabilkova, Nuis and Kulizhnikov set world records on day one of...

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The Utah Olympic Oval, sitting at 1,380 m altitude, has always been a favorite of speed skaters, but Saturday’s performances were truly record-breaking: four...

SPEED SKATING: Double World Cup wins for Kulizhnikov and Bowe in Hamar

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Russia’s five-time World Champion Pavel Kulizhnikov and American four-time World Champion Brittany Bowe each claimed two wins in Hamar, Norway in the penultimate World...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Bowe in contention for three titles as ISU World Cup series...

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The sharpening process for the World Single-Distance Championships next week in Inzell (GER) will be in earnest at the fifth ISU World Cup in...

SPEED SKATING: Three medals for Bowe, one for Mantia in in Heerenveen

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American Brittany Bowe scored three medals – one of each color – in the ISU World Cup in Heerenveen (NED), and American Joey Mantia...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Can Herzog beat Kodaira in Heerenveen?

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The second half of the ISU Speed Skating World Cup series starts this weekend at the Thialf Ice Stadion in Heerenveen (NED), with a...

SPEED SKATING: Kuliznikov, Herzog and Bowe star in Poland World Cup

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Russia’s Pavel Kuliznikov (RUS) was the big winner at the new Arena Lodowa in Tomaszow Mazowiecki (POL), winning three races himself for top honors. He...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Newly-opened Arena Lodowa welcomes the World Cup

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The third of six legs of the ISU Speed Skating World Cup is in the new Arena Lodowa in Tomaszow Mazowiecki (POL), with a...

SPEED SKATING: Kodaira sweeps the sprints in World Cup II

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Japan’s Nao Kodaira continued her amazing streak in the 500 m in World Cup competition, completing another double in front of home fans in...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Bowe going for more gold in World Cup II

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The first outdoor World Cup since the 2008 competition at Baselga di Pine in Italy in 2008 will be held this weekend on Japan’s...

SPEED SKATING: Bowe wins 1,500 m in Obihiro World Cup opener

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American Brittany Bowe (pictured) won her first ISU World Cup title in 2 1/2 years with a victory in the women’s 1,500 at the...

SPEED SKATING Preview: Another Dutch treat as World Cup season starts in Japan?

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The Meiji Hokkaido-Tokachi Oval in Obihiro (JPN) is the site for the start of the ISU Speed Skating World Cup program of six events...

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