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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: 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...

SCOREBOARD: Amazing 10th seasonal title for Kento Momota in Fuzhou China Open

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Highlights and results of noteworthy competitions around the world: ● ARCHERY ● Korea sweeps Recurve titles at World Indoor Series opener in Macau The World Archery...

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: Upset wins for Bottcher and Einarson in Players Championship

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The final “regular season” tournament of the Grand Slam of Curling showcased some of the biggest names in curling, but it was the lesser-known...

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: Swiss claim Women’s Worlds in Silkeborg on final shot of the tournament

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Switzerland returned to the top of women’s curling for the first time in three seasons with a hard-fought, 8-7, victory over Olympic champion Anna...

CURLING Preview: Hasselborg the favorite at 2019 Women’s World Championship in Denmark?

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The 40th edition of the World Curling Federation’s world championship for women starts on Saturday in Silkeborg (DEN) and runs through the 24th of...

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: Third World Cup underway in Jonkoping

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The inaugural season of the World Curling Federation’s World Cup has started its second half, with a competition in Jonkoping (SWE) for men and...

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...

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: Epping completes career Grand Slam with Masters win

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It took 11 seasons, but Canada’s John Epping finally got his career Grand Slam in the Grand Slam of Curling circuit with a win...

CURLING: Olympic champs Gushue and Hasselborg win Elite 10

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The opening tournament of the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling ended up with familiar faces on the top of the standings, with skips Brad...

CURLING: Canada sweeps first-ever World Cup

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Canada is Curling’s traditional power, so it’s fitting that Canadian teams won the men’s women’s and Mixed Doubles divisions in the first leg of...

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