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HIGHLIGHTS: Shiffrin dominates in Bulgaria; Chen storms to fourth straight U.S. figure skating title

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ALPINE SKIING ● If you somehow thought American superstar Mikaela Shiffrin was off-stride, with a slow...

HIGHLIGHTS: World Indoor Series win for Brady Ellison; U.S. women’s 69-game water polo win...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ALPINE SKIING ● An especially busy week for the women’s World Cup circuit, with a mid-week...

HIGHLIGHTS: Nick Itkin wins first career Foil Grand Prix with win over Olympic champ...

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Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: Although most of the action this weekend was on snow and ice, the U.S. men’s Foil fencers...

BIATHLON Preview: World Championships start in Oestersund

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The Swedish winter wonderland of Oestersund will be the setting for 11 days of the IBU World Championships, with a busy schedule: ● 07 March:...

BIATHLON Preview: Better weather in Salt Lake City for this week’s World Cup

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It was so cold last weekend in Canmore (CAN), that the final races of the World Cup program were cancelled. There should be no...

BIATHLON Preview: IBU World Cup returns to Canmore, site of the 1988 Winter Games...

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The Canmore Nordic Center outside of Calgary (CAN) was the site for biathlon at the 1988 Olympic Winter Games and the World Cup returns...

BIATHLON: Boe goes gold-gold-silver in three races in Antholz-Anterselva

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All good things must come to an end, and the seven-year streak of World Cup titles for France’s Martin Fourcade is – barring a...

BIATHLON Preview: Can anyone stop Boe?

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The sixth of nine stops on the 2018-19 is in Antholz-Anterselva (ITA), with a full schedule: ● 24 January: Women’s 7.5 km Sprint ● 25 January:...

BIATHLON: Boe dominates – again – with two wins in Ruhpolding

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Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe won his eighth and ninth races of the IBU World Cup season with outstanding performances in Ruhpolding (GER) to extend...

BIATHLON Preview: Boe and Wierer still leading as World Cup rolls into snowy Rupolding

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Four down, five left in the 2018-19 IBU World Cup season, with Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe continuing to march through the men’s schedule and...

BIATHLON: Gold and silver for J.T. Boe, sweep for Liza Vittozzi at Oberhof World...

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We’re approaching the halfway point of the 2018-19 IBU World Cup and in the fourth of nine stages, there were surprises at the Oberhof...

BIATHLON Preview: Can anyone beat Norway’s Boe?

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The fourth of nine stops on the 2018-19 IBU World Cup circuit is in Oberhof (GER), with competitions scheduled for Thursday through Sunday: ● 10...

BIATHLON Preview: Can anyone beat Fourcade or Boe?

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The IBU World Cup is in the Czech Republic this week, with all six men’s races this season having been won by just two...

BIATHLON: Boe and Fourcade win one each in Hochfilzen

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It’s going to be a season-long tug-of-war between Norway’s Johannes Thingnes Boe, 25, and seven-time World Cup seasonal champion Martin Fourcade, 30, of France. Including...

BIATHLON Preview: Boe vs. Fourcade continues this week at Hochfilzen

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The IBU World Cup Tour is in Austria for four days of events in Hochfilzen (AUT), starting on Thursday: ∙ 13 December: Women’s 7.5 km...

BIATHLON: Boe and Makarainen shine in season openers

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Familiar faces were on the top of the podium in the opening weekend of the Biathlon World Cup for 2018-19 in Pokljuka (POL), including...

BIATHLON Preview: World Cup season debuts in Pokljuka

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The 42nd season of the International Biathlon Union’s World Cup circuit begins in Poland this time, with competition in Pokljuka in sprints, pursuit, traditional...

EXTRA: Time for a breather, but there is more history to be made in...

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 18, 2018: As the second half of the Games starts, the pace is a little slower. Only six finals...

EXTRA: Time for a breather, but there is more history to be made in...

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TSX EXTRA – for Feb. 18, 2018: As the second half of the Games starts, the pace is a little slower. Only six finals...

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