United States men’s and women’s teams qualified for the 2020 World Curling Championships after winning the Americas Challenge in Minnesota.
Germany's Julia Taubitz slid to the third International Luge Federation World Cup victory of her career as she claimed the women's title in Lake Placid.
Thomas Dressen sealed a sensational return to the International Ski Federation Alpine World Cup circuit with downhill victory in Lake Louise exactly a year after he suffered a severe injury.
Norway's Daniel-André Tande continued his formidable start to the International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup season in Ruka, recording his second consecutive win.
Olympic silver medallist Sebastian Samuelsson anchored Sweden to victory in the first race of the International Biathlon Union World Cup season in Östersund.
Jarl Magnus Riiber achieved back-to-back victories at the Ruka Triple, as the Norwegian asserted his dominance over the new International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Skiing World Cup season.
Iivo Niskanen delivered victory for hosts Finland, as he beat defending overall champion Johannes Høsflot Klæbo to win the men's 15 kilometres classic race at the Cross-Country World Cup in Ruka.
It was an incredible day for South Korean speed skaters at the International Skating Union World Cup Short Track in Nagoya, Japan.
Canada’s short track speed skater of the moment, Kim Boutin, sailed through her opening 1,500 metres heat at the International Skating Union World Cup in Nagoya, Japan.
Mikaela Shiffrin has the chance to move to second on the all-time list of women's World Cup winners in tomorrow's giant slalom and Sunday's slalom at Killington in the United States.
Norwegian Jarl Magnus Riiber opened the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup where he left off last year, clinching victory in Ruka.
Johannes Høsflot Klæbo won the season-opening sprint race to get the defence of his overall International Ski Federation Cross-Country World Cup title off to the best possible start in Ruka.
Five-time Olympic champion Martin Fourcade will be hoping to kick-start his recovery from a disappointing campaign when the International Biathlon Union World Cup season begins in Östersund this weekend.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup downhill season is set to begin at the Canadian resort of Lake Louise.
Lake Placid is set to host the second event of the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup season, with the opening sprint competition also taking place.