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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...

CURLING Preview: Final “regular season” tournament in Grand Slam of Curling in Toronto for...

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The first five legs of the Grand Slam of Curling act as qualifiers for the Champions Cup and the last chance to get into...

CURLING: Sweden (and Edin) score late to rout Koe’s Canada for men’s world title...

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Sweden’s Niklas Edin showed once again that he leads the finest curling rink in the world with a masterful 7-2 victory over Kevin Koe...

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: Korean women pull upset to win third WCF World Cup in Sweden

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Let’s face it, Canada will be the favorite in almost any international match, so it was not too big a surprise to see two...

CURLING Preview: Carey and de Cruz try to defend titles at Canadian Open

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The fifth of seven stops on the Grand Slam of Curling schedule is the Meridian Canadian Open, being held at the Civic Centre in...

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...

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