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TSX REPORT: UCLA names Drake Stadium track after Rafer Johnson; Kiwi teen Robinson surprises...

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≡ TSX REPORT ~ 28 October 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● UCLA dedicates famed Drake Stadium track to Betsy & Rafer Johnson Anyone connected with UCLA sports since...

ALPINE SKIING: Robinson stuns Shiffrin, Pinturault wins in Soelden Giant Slalom

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The FIS Alpine World Cup season opened – for the 20th straight year – in Soelden, Austria, with surprises from the start. The women’s Giant...

TSX REPORT: The World Beach Games came and went; did you notice? + Paris...

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≡ TSX REPORT ~ 24 October 2019 ≡ ● LANE ONE ● What was all the fuss about the World Beach Games, anyway?  Although a major topic of discussion...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: Shiffrin starts run for fourth World Cup title in Soelden

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It’s hardly winter in many parts of the world, but with a thick bed of snow on the Rettenbach Glacier at the Soelden Ski...

ALPINE SKIING Panorama: Brilliant Hirscher declares retirement after 8 straight World Cup titles

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“You know me. I either go all in, putting 150% effort or nothing. I can be very satisfied with my career, I was very...

ALPINE SKIING: Amazing Shiffrin takes Slalom, Giant Slalom and two more Crystal Globes

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Even for someone who is a two-time World Cup Champion and two-time Olympic Champion, this was a career year for Mikaela Shiffrin. Still just 24,...

ALPINE SKIING: Pinturault and Kristoffersen repeat Worlds wins in Bansko

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The men’s World Cup in Bansko (BUL) had a familiar look from the recent World Championships as both of the winners had earned gold...

ALPINE SKIING: Worlds conclude with Hirscher’s third gold in men’s Slalom

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Austria’s Marcel Hirscher had won two golds in each of the prior three Alpine World Championships, but that was not going to happen in...

ALPINE SKIING: Norway’s Kristoffersen earns sweet Worlds golds in men’s Giant Slalom

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If it were not for the great Marcel Hirscher (AUT), Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen would be one of the most decorated skiers on the planet. But...

ALPINE SKIING: Pinturault takes Combined for first individual World title

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The Alpine Combined – the Downhill and Slalom – is an almost-extinct event, rarely contested on the World Cup circuit and in danger of...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: Shiffrin expected back on the slopes in Slovenia

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Just about two-thirds of the women’s Alpine World Cup racing has been completed, and the final races prior to the 2019 World Alpine Skiing...

ALPINE SKIING: Home crowd happy with Hirscher’s 10th win of the season in Schladming

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It’s only been 16 days since Austria’s Marcel Hirscher won a FIS Alpine World Cup race, but it seemed like so much longer after...

ALPINE SKIING: Amazing Shiffrin wins in Zagreb for fourth “Snow Queen” Trophy

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American skiing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin may be the finest Slalom skier in history and won again on one of her favorite tracks, in Zagreb...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: Hirscher vs. Kristoffersen once again in Val d’Isere

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This week’s stop on the men’s Alpine World Cup tour at Val d’Isere (FRA) features a Giant Slalom on Saturday and a Slalom on...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: The World Cup season starts – really – in Soelden!

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It’s not even Halloween yet, but the FIS Alpine World Cup starts – as usual – with racing on the Rettenbach Glacier in Soelden...

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