Germany’s Franz Anton and Jan Benzien secured their first C2 men’s world title after producing a blistering run in the final at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships here today, as they held off a field including world and Olympic champions.
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Several of the favourites for the men’s K1 title suffered scares at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships here today, including the defending champion Boris Neveu.
Sweden defeated hosts Switzerland to reach the semi-finals of the World Mixed Curling Championships in Bern, joining China, Russia and Norway in the last four of the inaugural tournament.
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Britain earn narrow advantage over The Netherlands in European Para-equestrian Dressage Championship team competition
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Britain secured their place in the final of the European Wheelchair Rugby Championships after completing a 53-40 win over Germany in Nastola, Finland, with the result also seeing them earn a Rio 2016 Paralympic berth.
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