Norway produced a hugely impressive performance in difficult conditions to win the team event at the International Ski Federation Nordic Combined World Cup at the French resort of Chaux-Neuve today.
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Victory at the International Ski Federation Cross-Country World Cup in Planica today enabled Kazakhstan’s Alexey Poltoranin to tie with the legendary Gunde Swan of Sweden for the most wins - seven - in the 15 kilometres Classic event.
Italy’s Dominik Fischnaller earned his first victory of the season in the International Luge Federation World Cup in Lillehammer – but Germany took some of the credit.
South Korea’s Han Na Rai Song, defending women’s champion on the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (UIAA) Ice Climbing World Tour, also defended her lead championship at Saas-Fee tonight.
British student Charlie Tanfield won gold for Team KGF in the men’s individual pursuit at the Tissot International Cycling Union Track Cycling World Cup in Minsk today.
China’s Wang Manyu produced the performance of the day at International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Hungarian Open in Budapest as she reached the women’s final with successive wins over two more favoured compatriots - top seed and world number one Chen Meng, followed by defending champion Chen Xingtong.
The quarter-finals of the ladies singles at the 2018 World Indoor Championships produced an epic contest between youth and experience as the match between Australia’s current world under-25 champion Ellen Ryan and longtime Scottish international Lesley Doig went to a tie-break.
Jan Schmid extended his lead in the International Ski Federation Nordic Combined World Cup with another victory in the French resort of Chaux-Neuve despite heavy snow and fog which invited competitors to do as the venue suggested.
The second day of the International Judo Federation Grand Prix in Tunis proved momentous for Kosovo, and for Akil Gjakova, who became the first male medallist from his country.
Three weeks ahead of Pyeongchang 2018, double Olympic women’s bobsleigh champion Kaillie Humphries of Canada has earned her fourth overall World Cup victory.
Sweden’s Stina Nilsson and Johannes Høsflot Klæbo of Norway established themselves as overall International Ski Federation Cross-Country World Cup sprint leaders with victories in Planica in Slovenia today.
Johannes Thingnes Bø had what he described as "a perfect race" to add the men’s pursuit title in the International Biathlon Union World Cup event at Antholz to the 10 kilometres sprint title he had earned yesterday.
America's Summer Britcher announced her potential as a medal winner at next month's Winter Olympic Games at the Lillehammer Olympic track as she earned her first International Luge Federation World Cup since December 2015.
Selemon Barega, the latest Ethiopian running sensation who turned 18 today, will seek to maintain his unbeaten run this winter in the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Cross Country Permit race in Santiponce on the outskirts of the Spanish city of Seville tomorrow.
Court of Arbitration for Sport gives IAAF another six months for hyperandrogenism rule evidence after receiving revised criteria
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) today added another six months to the deadline for the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to provide scientific evidence for its currently suspended 2011 regulations over testosterone limits for female athletes.