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2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Schnarf crashes out

Johanna Schnarf (ITA) takes a bad spill on the Downhill course but she managed to walk away.

2015 Women’s 2-Women Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Schneiderheinze wins

Anja Schneiderheinze (GER) with brakewoman Annika Drazek (GER) win the 2-Women Bobsled and set a Track Record on Run 2 (1:07.51) finishing with a total time of 2:15.29.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Parallel Slalom: Fischnaller wins

Roland Fischnaller (ITA) took Bronze in 2013 and this time he’s the champ, taking down Andrey Sobolev (RUS) by .16 seconds in the fog.

2014 Women’s Bobsled World Cup: Calgary: Schneiderheinze 2nd

2006 Olympic Gold Medalist, Anja Schneiderheinze (GER) with brakewoman Franziska Bertels (GER) finish 2nd in 2-Woman Bobsled in Calgary.

Audi Race Room: Style vs Technique

Doug Lewis talks about how what starts as style, if successful becomes technique.

Interbike 2014: BSX Insight – Training Technology

All serious athletes must train properly to avoid injury. During Interbike 2014, Universal Sports’ host Craig Hummer spoke with BSX Athletics about their latest product, which allows athletes to test their lactate threshold to find out if they are over-training.

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Team Technical Finals: Quebec, Canada

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program.

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Quebec, Canada: Team Technical Finals

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program. Each Member Federation may enter no more than one swimmer or team per event, with a maximum of 12 athletes. The Federation with the highest sum of all final results from the various events is the World Cup winner.

Release The Beast: Hill Sprints for Technique

This week, Brooks Beasts’ coach Danny Mackey has the team perform hill sprints. Hill sprints are used as a method to increase strength with less fatigue, while focusing on running technique. Running hill intervals is also helpful in forcing the runner’s sprint mechanics turn on in full gear.

2014 ITU World Triathlon Series: Chicago: Quick Transition Techniques

Get a good look at Cameron Good’s technique to transition from bicycle to running in the Chicago Triathlon.

2014 Charlotte Swimming Grand Prix: Josh Schneider wins Men’s 50m Freestyle

In the Men’s 50m Freestyle, Josh Schneider wins by a tenth of a second with a total time of 22’17.

2014 Women’s Rugby Sevens World Series: Atlanta: USA vs CHN

In their final game of the day, the USA scored their first points of the tournament and defeated China 41-0. The USA needed 48 points to reach the cup quarterfinals tomorrow but just fell short after a valiant effort.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Kitzbühel: Puchner and Heel lose ski

Joachim Puchner (AUT) and Werner Heel (ITA) shared the same bad luck as both skiers lost their left ski on the same turn. The turn seemed to have a bump in it that both were unable to see and ultimately causing them to crash. Both skiers walked away.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Park City: Anke Wischnewski 2nd

After finishing the 1st run in 5th place, Anke Wischnewski (GER) finished 2nd with a time of 1:27.821. 2nd place may come as a relief for Wischnewski as she has finished 3rd in the previous 3 World Cup races.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Lillehammer: Fischnaller wins

In the first race of the season, Dominik Fischnaller (ITA) wins his first World Cup race beating two time world champ, David Moller (GER) by .146 seconds, leading after run one.

2013 FIL Luge World Cup: Lillehammer: Fischnaller crashes

While his cousin Dominik would win the day, Kevin Fischnaller (ITA) would taste the ice, crashing out with a DNF in the first race of the season.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Cross Country: Lechner crashes

After racing for 30 minutes out on course, Eva Lechner took a hard fall after flying over her handlebars and into the dirt she was okay after the crash and was able to continue in the race.

2013 FINA World Championships: Women’s Synchronized Swimming Duet Free: CHN takes silver

Tingting Jiang and twin sister Wenwen Jiang (CHN) finished with a total score of 95.350, losing to the Russian pair Svetlana Romashina and Svetlana Kolesnichenko for the second time this week.The duo finished 2.330 points out of 1st place.

2013 FINA World Championships: Men’s Diving 10m Platform Synchro: CHN gets bronze

Olympic champs, Yuan Cao and Yanquan Zhang (CHN), lead through the first 3 rounds but fell to 4th place after a bad dive in the 4th. CHN swept the world championships in 2011 but a loss here today ended their streak.

2013 Women’s Volleyball Grand Slam: Gstaad: CHN vs BRA in gold medal match

Reigning world champs Chen Xue and Xi Zhang (CHN) defeated Barbara Seixas de Freitas and her partner Liliane Maestrini (BRA) with final set scores of 16-21 and 14-21. This Xue and Zhang first gold in a Gstaad event.

2012 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Bormio: Downhill: Puchner crashes

Joachim Puchner (AUT) had a rough ride and eventually lost his footing, wiping out into the netting.

2012 FIVB Grand Slam: Top 5 scores from CHN vs USA Gold Medal Match

Check out the best, spikes, rallies, and blocks from CHN vs USA, with Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh, from the 2012 FIVB Women’s Beach Volleyball Grand Slam in Moscow, Russia.

2012 FIVB Grand Slam: CHN upsets USA at Gold Medal Game

Xue and Zhang (CHN) earned their 3rd gold n Moscow sweeping the USA 2-0 with sets scores of 21-14 and 21-14 during the 2012 FIVB Women’s Beach Volleyball Grand Slam in Russia.

CHN wins Gold at 2012 Beach Volleyball World Tour in Shanghai

2012 Shanghai China, FIVB Women’s Beach Volleyball World Tour, Xue and ZHANG XI (CHN) swept BRA in 2 sets with scores of 21-17 and 21-18, winning their first grand slam title of the season.

2015 Women’s 2-Women Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Greubel Poser 3rd

Jamie Greubel Poser (USA) with brakewoman Cherrelle Garrett (USA) finish 3rd in the 2-Women Bobsled as the top American, finishing 0.57 seconds behind the winner Anja Schneiderheinze (GER).

2015 Women’s 2-Women Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Martini 2nd

Cathleen Martini (GER) with brakewoman Franziska Bertels (GER) finish 2nd in the 2-Women Bobsled after being in 1st place after Run 1, finishing 0.31 seconds behind the winner Anja Schneiderheinze (GER)

Did you know? Facts for 10/15 km F in Rybinsk

LADIES: 10km Free Technique Who will be the first “new” winner in the 10km Free technique? The last five years all 10 races victories in the 10km F held in the World Cup and WCH/OG have been shared between Marit Bjørgen (six), Therese Johaug (two) and Charlotte Kalla (two). None of these three will compete […]

2015 SIA Snow Show

Heating up an already exciting season of winter sports programming that includes skiing and snowboarding events, Universal Sports Network will produce 2015 SIA Snow Show, an exclusive, one-hour program featuring the latest trends, technologies, product lines and fashion from inside the industry’s largest trade show. Airing Friday, February 20, 2015 from 8 to 10 PM […]

2015 Track Cycling World Cup: Cali: Australia wins Women’s Team Pursuit

Australia (AUS) wins Women’s Team Pursuit over China (CHN).

2015 Track Cycling World Cup: Cali: Junhong wins Women’s Keirin

Lin Junhong (CHN) wins after Shuang Guo (MSP) gets disqualified because she causes a crash which gets a rider ran over by another cyclist in the Women’s Keirin.

Lindsey Vonn Ties Record with 62nd World Cup Win

Lindsey Vonn (REUTERS/Stringer)   Click here for the full 2014-2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup viewing schedule. CORTINA D’AMPEZZO, Italy, Jan 18 (Reuters) – American Lindsey Vonn equalled Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell’s 35-year-old record of 62 women’s Alpine skiing World Cup victories when she won a downhill in Cortina d’Ampezzo on Sunday. The four times World Cup overall winner […]

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Xuetong wins Half Pipe

3-time World Cup winner, Cai Xuetong (CHN) wins the Women’s Half Pipe by 13.00 points with a score of 94.25.

2015 Snowboard World Champs: Yiwei 2nd in Half Pipe

Zhang Yiwei (CHN), who finished 6th at Sochi, finishes in 2nd with a Silver medal with his best score of 89.50.

Janka gets his groove back at Wengen combined

WENGEN, Switzerland – It’s been a long road to recovery for Carlo Janka, who underwent surgery in 2011 due to heart arrhythmias. Over the last four years, the Swiss racer also struggled with equipment issues and couldn’t seem to find his groove. Janka has slowly reascended back into the upper echelon of World Cup racers, […]

2015 Women’s Bobsled World Cup: Konigssee: Podium Interviews

Anja Schneiderheinze (GER) talks about getting 3rd, Elfje Willemsen (BEL) talks getting a 2nd place finish, and Cathleen Martini (GER) about getting the win, after a long while.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Sicun Xu Crashes Hard

Sicun Xu (CHN) has to be carried off the course after a serious crash in the second round. We all hope she recovers quickly.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Mengtao Xu 3rd in Women’s Aerials

Defending champ from 2013, Mengtao Xu (CHN) nails the biggest jump of the night in the first round at 98 points. Unfortunately, her jump in the Super Final was not as impressive and she had to settle for 3rd place.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Peel wins Women’s Aerials

25 year old Laura Peel (AUS) upsets the defending Champ Mengtao Xu (CHN) to become the new World Champ with her biggest jump in the Super Final at 88.47 points.

Miller back on course, says fitness problematic in Wengen training

Bode Miller (Jesse Starr/Vail Resorts) Click here for the full 2014-2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup viewing schedule. WENGEN, Switzerland — The classic Lauberhorn is the longest and arguably the most physically demanding downhill course on the World Cup circuit. It’s a heck of a place to try to return from back surgery. Bode Miller came into […]

2015 FIS Alpine World Cup: Adelboden, Switzerland: Men’s SL1 & SL2 (Mobile)

Adelboden sits in the region of Frutigen in the south of Switzerland. The village is situated on a natural terrace overlooking the Engstlige waterfalls, 1350 meters above sea level. Considered to be one of the most difficult and traditional GS races in Alpine skiing, the men’s FIS Ski World Cup has made a number of appearances here at one of Switzerland’s much loved resorts. The course requires immense technical skill and can put the most experienced skiers through their paces.

2015 FIS Alpine World Cup: Adelboden, Switzerland: Men’s SL1 & SL2

Adelboden sits in the region of Frutigen in the south of Switzerland. The village is situated on a natural terrace overlooking the Engstlige waterfalls, 1350 meters above sea level. Considered to be one of the most difficult and traditional GS races in Alpine skiing, the men’s FIS Ski World Cup has made a number of appearances here at one of Switzerland’s much loved resorts. The course requires immense technical skill and can put the most experienced skiers through their paces.

Three podium night for US squad on home soil

DEER VALLEY, USA – It was the best World Cup aerials event since 2005 for the US aerials team, and the best one-day result for the US women since 1989, as three US athletes made the podium at the Deer Valley aerials World Cup on Thursday night in front of a huge hometown crowd. Mild […]

2015 FIS Alpine World Cup: Adelboden, Switzerland: Men’s GS1 &GS2

Adelboden sits in the region of Frutigen in the south of Switzerland. The village is situated on a natural terrace overlooking the Engstlige waterfalls, 1350 meters above sea level. Considered to be one of the most difficult and traditional GS races in Alpine skiing, the men’s FIS Ski World Cup has made a number of appearances here at one of Switzerland’s much loved resorts. The course requires immense technical skill and can put the most experienced skiers through their paces.

Lindsey Vonn Nears Record

Lindsey Vonn (REUTERS/Robert Pratta) Click here for the full 2014-2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup viewing schedule. By Kelly O’Mara Lindsey Vonn could tie, or even break, the all-time record for women’s World Cup career wins this weekend – if illness, lost luggage, a rehabbing knee, a tough course, and fast competitors don’t stop her. Vonn took […]

2015 FIS Freestlye World Cup: Val Thorens, France: Finals Ski Cross

FIS discipline since 2003, the Skicross is a ski competition in which a group of skiers (usually four) start simultaneously atop an inclined course with jumps and woops, then race to reach the finish line first. Its recent accession to the Olympic status, promise a bright future for this spectacular and media-related discipline. A lot of Alpine skiers are now going for Ski Cross to find, beyond a technical ski, a direct confrontation in a Freestyle culture.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Qi wins

1st place in the World ranked, Guangpu Qi (CHN), wins with one of the highest Aerial scores of all time with a score of 138.50

2015 Freestyle Skiing Aerials World Cup: Deer Valley: Bohonnon 2nd

Mac Bohonnon (USA) finishes 2nd with a score of 128.51, which would normally give you a 1st place finish, however Guangpu Qi (CHN), wins with one of the highest Aerial scores of all time with a score of 138.50.

Midseason Staff Change Affects Mikaela Shiffrin’s Longtime Coach

Mikaela Shiffrin (Erich Schlegel/USA TODAY Sports) By SR Staff/Courtesy of SkiRacing.com The U.S. Ski Team announced a change to its alpine women’s coaching staff. Alpine Director Patrick Riml will be taking over interim management of the women’s technical team, overseeing the current staff, which includes Assistant Coach Gary Miller and Strength and Conditioning Coach Luca […]

Mikaela Shiffrin Wins Snow Queen Crown

Mikaela Shiffrin (REUTERS/Antonio Bronic) Click here for the full 2014-2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup viewing schedule. By Manuele Lang ZAGREB, Jan 4 (Reuters) – World and Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin continued her impressive return to form with a dominant victory in the Snow Queen Trophy World Cup slalom in Zagreb on Sunday. Winner of the last race […]

Snow Queen Shiffrin wins Zagreb slalom

Mikaela Shriffin celebrates her win in Zagreb (Getty/Anadolu Agency) Zagreb, Croatia – Jan 2 (Reuters) – World and Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin continued her impressive return to form with a dominant victory in the Snow Queen Trophy World Cup slalom in Zagreb on Sunday. Winner of the last race of 2014 in the Austrian resort […]

Reuters’ Comeback of the Year: Viktor Ahn

By Peter Rutherford SEOUL, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Whether ‘V’ stands for ‘victory’, ‘vindication’ or ‘vengeance’, Viktor Ahn wrote his new name in the record books by winning three more short track golds at the Sochi Olympics, repaying the faith his adopted country Russia had showed in him. Born ‘Ahn Hyun-soo’ in Seoul, the skater […]

Travis Ganong Claims First Career World Cup Win

Travis Ganong (REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo) Click here for the full 2014-2015 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup viewing schedule. By Patrick Lang SANTA CATERINA, Italy, Dec 28 (Reuters) – Sweden’s Sara Hector and American Travis Ganong treated themselves to belated Christmas presents with their first World Cup wins in a women’s giant slalom and men’s downhill respectively on Sunday. […]

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Kühtai in Tirol, Austria: Women’s SL1 & SL2 (Mobile)

The World Cup technical races for the women originally scheduled in Semmering, Austria, have been canceled by the FIS and relocated to Kuehtai, Austria (a 40 minute drive from Innsbruck).

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Kühtai in Tirol, Austria: Women’s SL1 & SL2

The World Cup technical races for the women originally scheduled in Semmering, Austria, have been canceled by the FIS and relocated to Kuehtai, Austria (a 40 minute drive from Innsbruck).

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Kühtai in Tirol, Austria: Women’s GSL1 & GSL2 (Mobile)

World Cup technical races for the women originally scheduled in Semmering, Austria, have been canceled by the FIS and relocated to Kuehtai, Austria (a 40 minute drive from Innsbruck).

 
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