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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...

WINTER WEEK: Canada’s Boutin expected to star in second Short Track World Cup in...

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The FIS Alpine World Cup is on hiatus for a little while longer, but there is other winter-sport action this week: ● CURLING ● Eight...

CURLING Preview: Star-studded World Cup Grand Final in Beijing, including John Shuster’s rink for...

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The finale of the first season of the World Curling Federation’s World Cup circuit comes this week in Beijing (CHN), with eight teams invited...

CURLING: Sweden tops Canada at World Mixed Doubles Champs, as U.S. takes bronze

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The enormous, 48-team World Curling Mixed Doubles Championship finally ended in Stavanger (NOR) with three familiar teams at the top of the standings: Sweden,...

CURLING Preview: Hasselborg and Shuster headline World Mixed Doubles Champs in Norway

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Maybe curling is getting TOO popular. That’s one conclusion you could draw from the 2019 World Mixed Doubles Championship, getting ready to start on Saturday...

CURLING Preview: Men’s Worlds start Saturday in Lethbridge

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Eight days of competition will determine the 2019 men’s world champions beginning on Saturday in the Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championships. The venue...

CURLING: More Shuster magic, as he wins with Christensen in U.S. Mixed Doubles Nationals

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John Shuster is well known as the skip of the men’s Olympic Champions, and just won his seventh national championship with his rink in...

CURLING: Schuster wins seventh U.S. Nationals title; Sinclair takes third straight

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There were some familiar faces at the trophy presentations at the USA Curling National Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan, especially John Shuster and Jamie Sinclair. Shuster,...

CURLING Preview: 18 teams meet in U.S. Curling Nationals in Kalamazoo

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The gold medal in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games was great But 2019 is a new year, and the USA Curling National Championships start...

LANE ONE: The top Olympic-sport stories of 2018, part I: Thrills, yes, but also...

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As the calendar runs out on 2018, it’s worth looking back at the stories that were the most compelling, the most exciting and the...

CURLING: Shuster’s rink wins for U.S. in Omaha World Cup

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The second leg of the inaugural World Curling Federation World Cup came to the Ralston Arena in Omaha, Nebraska and some enthusiastic crowds saw...

CURLING Preview: Second World Cup comes to Omaha

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The second leg of the World Curling Federation’s new World Cup tour is getting ready at the Ralston Arena in Omaha, Nebraska, with competition...

THE BIG PICTURE: ANOC resolves its presidential dilemma, at the request of Sheikh Ahmad...

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The drama over the withdrawal of Kuwait’s Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah from his duties as the head of the Association of National Olympic Committees...

CURLING Preview: Grand Slam Masters starts in Truro

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The second stop in the Grand Slam of Curling is in Truro for The Masters, one of the four events which founded the series...

EXTRA: Topsy-turvy Games continue: U.S. wins Curling, no vote on Russia

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 24, 2018: The PyeongChang Games have been an exercise in patience and unpredictability. The weather has been alternately perfect...

EXTRA: Topsy-turvy Games continue: U.S. wins Curling, no vote on Russia

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 24, 2018: The PyeongChang Games have been an exercise in patience and unpredictability. The weather has been alternately perfect...

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