Switzerland beat Denmark today to remain top of the women’s standings at the European Curling Championships in Estonia’s capital Tallinn.
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Fry and his curling team were disqualified from a tournament in Canada for poor behaviour and drunkenness.
Austrian bobsleigh pilot Christina Hengster has announced her retirement from the sport.
Sweden's men and Switzerland's women the only teams unbeaten so far at European Curling Championships
Sweden's world and defending champions remain the only team unbeaten so far in the men's round-robin play at the European Curling Championships in Tallinn, Estonia, while Switzerland share that distinction in the women's competition.
International Ski Federation (FIS) honorary member Yoshiro Ito of Japan visited the FIS office in the Swiss municipality of Oberhofen to discuss Sapporo's potential candidacy for the 2030 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Estonian ice hockey player Marko Kettunen has been suspended for four years by the Disciplinary Board of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) after testing positive for a prohibited substance.
Scotland, the defending women's champions, suffered a day of setbacks as they were beaten by Olympic champions Sweden and the Czech Republic on the second day of the European Curling Championships in Tallinn.
The Netherlands won three golds on the final day of the International Skating Union Speed Skating World Cup in the Japanese city of Obihiro after drawing a blank in the previous days of the competition.
Russia's Evgeniy Klimov won the first International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup event of the season in Poland.
Marcel Hirscher won the men's slalom at the Alpine Skiing World Cup leg in Levi, Finland - which meant he kept up in the reindeer stakes with Mikaela Shiffrin.
Defending men's champions Sweden began their European Curling Championships campaign with a narrow victory over Switzerland in Tallinn.
Japan won two gold medals and one silver in front of a home crowd as the International Skating Union Speed Skating World Cup continued in Obihiro.
Double Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan won gold in the men's final at the International Skating Union Grand Prix of Figure Skating leg in Moscow despite injuring his ankle earlier in the day in practice.
Poland won home gold in the team event at the opening International Ski Federation Ski Jumping World Cup leg of the men's season in Wisla.
Defending overall Alpine Skiing World Cup champion Mikaela Shiffrin took women's slalom honours in Levi as the second leg of the season began in the Finnish resort.