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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...

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: 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...

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...

WINTER WEEK: World Cup seasons in Freestyle & Snowboard continue; Short Track starts in...

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The first Alpine World Cup of the 2019-2020 season was last week; now the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard seasons really get going, as does...

SHORT TRACK: Second-day sweeps claim world titles for Lim and Schulting

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The ISU World Championships in Short Track were decided by second-day performances from Korea’s Hyo-Jun Lim and Dutch star Suzanne Schulting that gave them...

SHORT TRACK Preview: Korean supremacy at stake in World Championships in Sofia

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The 44th ISU Short Track World Championships for 2019 are getting ready at the Arena Armeec in Sofia (BUL), with Korea’s domination of the...

SHORT TRACK: Korea sweeps men’s individual titles in Turin World Cup Final

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Korea has been the dominant power in Short Track Speed Skating for years and showcased its ability and depth once again in the Short...

SHORT TRACK Preview: World Cup Final – and seasonal titles – beckons in Turin

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The final stop on the 2018-19 World Cup tour is in Turin (ITA), with the seasonal titles (and prize money) on the line. The...

SHORT TRACK: Five wins and 11 medals for Korea in Dresden World Cup

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The Korean Short track squad left no doubt about who was the boss at the Dresden (KOR) World Cup, winning all four men’s individual...

SHORT TRACK Preview: Penultimate World Cup in Dresden could decide several seasonal titles

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The ISU Short Track World Cup season is heading towards the close, with the fourth of five legs being held in Dresden (GER). With...

SHORT TRACK: Two golds each for Girard and Schulting in Almaty

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Canada’s Sam Girard and Dutch star Suzanne Schulting each won two events, including one each on relays, at the third Short Track World Cup,...

SHORT TRACK Preview: Wu still undefeated as World Cup arrives in Almaty

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The ISU Short Track World Cup season will pass its halfway mark in Almaty (KAZ) in the Halyk Arena, with the third of five...

SHORT TRACK: Wu blasts 500 m world record in Salt Lake City

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There’s no doubt that the thin air at the high-altitude Utah Olympic Oval is conducive to record performances and China’s Olympic Champion in the...

SHORT TRACK Preview: Another relay record in Salt Lake City?

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The second stage of the 2018 ISU World Cup in Short Track is at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City this weekend,...

SHORT TRACK: Olympic champs Wu and Schulting win two at Calgary World Cup

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If you saw the Short Track competitions at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, you saw some familiar faces at the opening stage...

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