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≡ TSX DAILY ~ 22 August 2019 ≡ | 1. |  UNIVERSITY SPORT: FISU slowly moving toward college vs. college championship matches Fans of American collegiate sports...

SNOWBOARD Preview: World Cup season is here, with Big Air coming in Cardrona!

Believe it or not, the first FIS Snowboard World Cup competition of the 2019-20 season coming Saturday and Sunday in the New Zealand resort...

SNOWBOARD: Kummer and Mathes score historic wins in Parallel Slalom final

The final races of the Snowboard World Cup Parallel Slalom season had a big impact on who took home the Crystal Globe, but the...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Parallel Slalom title to be decided in Winterberg

Just three races left in the Snowboard World Cup: a Parallel Slalom for men and women and a Team Parallel Slalom this weekend in...

SNOWBOARD: Japan sweeps Big Air titles; Samkova edges Jacobellis for SnowCross title

The Big Air and Snowboard Cross World Cup titles were decided in Canada and Switzerland on the weekend, with American star Lindsey Jacobellis falling...

SNOWBOARD: Big Air and SnowCross globes on offer at season’s end

The seasonal crowns in Big Air and Snowboard Cross are to be decided this weekend in Canada and Switzerland; the current situations: ● Big Air...

FREESTYLE SKIING & SNOWBOARD Preview: Mammoth Mountain hosts World Cup in Halfpipe and Slopestyle

The World Cup Freestyle Halfpipe and Snowboard Halfpipe and Slopestyle seasons will finish this weekend at the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain,...

SNOWBOARD: Jacobellis and Samkova tied for SnowCross lead with one event left

The penultimate Snowboard Cross event of the 2018-19 season in Baquiera Beret (ESP) assured a battle royal in the final event for the women’s...

SNOWBOARD Preview: SnowCross season leads on the line in Spain

The FIS Snowboard Cross season has just five events in it this season, with the fourth coming this weekend at Baqueria/Beret in Spain and...

SNOWBOARD: Bagozza and Gong are first-time winners in Secret Garden

We’re late in the game in the Snowboard World Cup season for 2018-19, but surprises still come up, such as two first-time winners in...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Parallel season titles on the line in Secret Garden

China hosts the eighth and ninth Snowboard Parallel races this weekend in Secret Garden, a ski resort about 112 miles northwest of Beijing. The...

SNOWBOARD: Ledecka returns for PGS win in PyeongChang

Snowboard superstar Ester Ledecka returned from the Alpine World Championships to get back into the Snowboard World Cup and immediately scored a victory in...

SNOWBOARD Preview: World Cup resumes at famed Olympic venues for Halfpipe and Parallel

The World Championships are over and the World Cup grind returns in Snowboard. The first post-World Champs SnowCross event took place before the Utah...

SNOWBOARD: Bolton wins his first, Jacobellis her 30th World Cup in Feldberg Snowcross

The 2019 World Championships didn’t go exactly the way American star Lindsey Jacobellis wanted. She won a gold medal with Mick Dierdorff in the...

SNOWBOARD: Olimstad and Derungs are first-time winners at Seiser Alm

The weekend’s Freestyle and Snowboard events at Seiser Alm (ITA) brought out some new talent, including two Slopestyle winners who got to the top...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Next-to-last Slopestyle World Cup is in Seiseralm

The 2018-19 Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup is suddenly coming to an end, with just this week’s competition in Seiseralm (ITA) and then an 8...

SNOWBOARD: Corning and Kim dominate at Laax Open

American snowboard stars Chris Corning and Chloe Kim were superb in winning their events at the famed Laax Open in Switzerland, as the U.S....

SNOWBOARD Preview: Will Ledecka ride at Rogla?

The fourth Parallel Giant Slalom of the FIS Snowboard World Cup season is on for Saturday in Rogla (SLO), with qualifying and the final...

SNOWBOARD Preview: Kim leads strong fields in Laax Open for Halfpipe and Slopestyle

One of the popular stops on the FIS World Cup Tour is Laax (SUI) for the annual Laax Open, and 2019 is no exception. Both...

SNOWBOARD: Japan’s Onitsuka defeats Olympic star Gasser in final round

The second Snowboard Slopestyle event of the season turned into a showdown between Japan’s Miyabi Onitsuka, going for her second straight win and the...

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