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2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Val Gardena, Italy: Men’s DH (Mobile)

The Saslong is “all set for the downhill”. The skiers of the World Cup circuit has arrived in Val Gardena and has been met by a ready-to-race Saslong in almost perfect conditions.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Val Gardena, Italy: Men’s DH

The Saslong is “all set for the downhill”. The skiers of the World Cup circuit has arrived in Val Gardena and has been met by a ready-to-race Saslong in almost perfect conditions.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Men’s Top Scores

Check out the best scores of the medal matches, featuring some tricky shots, great saves and some hard fought rallies, as Netherlands took Gold 2-0 and France took Bronze 2-0.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Men’s Gold

In just their third pairing, Reinder Nummerdor and Christiaan Varenhorst (NED) claim their second Gold Medals. Defeating Esteban and Marco Grimalt (CHI) 21-18, 21-18).

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Men’s Bronze

Youssef Krou and Edouard Rowlandson (FRA) claim their third medal this season (Gold, 2 Bronze), defeating Sebastian Fuchs and Thomas Kaczmarek (GER) 21-16, 21-17.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Women’s Top Scores

Checkout the top scores from the Gold and Bronze medal matches in Mangaung, featuring lots of diving saves and huge spikes.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Women’s Gold

Martina Bonnerova and Barbora Hermannova (CZE) get their first career medal on the World Tour, defeating 15th seed Sayaka Mizoe and Takemi Nishibori (CHN) 2-0 (21-15, 21-17).

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Mangaung: Women’s Bronze

Evgenia Ukolova and Maria Prokopeva (RUS) win Bronze, defeating number 1 seed Lane Carico and Kimberly Dicello (USA) 1-2 (17-21, 22-20, 12-15).

2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour – Open: Mangaung, South Africa: Women & Men’s Bronze & Gold

The last of seven double-gender Open events on the 2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour schedule, South Africa will once again present the FIVB Mangaung Open from December 9 to 14. It will be the second straight year that South Africa has hosted the season-finale of the FIVB World Tour, but the first time that the city of Mangaung will host a FIVB event.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Men’s SL1 & SL2 (Mobile)

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Men’s SL1 & SL2

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 Women’s Bobsled World Cup: Lake Placid: Podium Interviews

Winning drivers Elana Meyers Taylor (USA), Jazmine Fenlator (USA) and Jamie Greubel Poser (USA) talk about getting on the podium with a USA sweep in the first race of the season.

2014 Women’s Bobsled World Cup: Lake Placid: Meyers Taylor wins

Olympic Silver Medalist, Elana Meyers Taylor (USA) with brakewoman Cherrelle Garrett (USA), win Gold with a Track Record in Run 1 (56.28) and Start Record (5.42) in Run 2.

2014 Women’s Bobsled World Cup: Lake Placid: Fenlator 2nd

Jazmine Fenlator (USA) with brakewoman Natalie Deratt (USA) finish 2nd in this USA podium sweep at Lake Placid.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Davos, Switzerland: Ladies 15km C & Men’s 15km C

A total of four races are scheduled to take place December 12-14 in Davos. Traditionally, this includes classic races for women (15km) and men (30km) and a sprint event for each category. However, warm temperatures over the past few weeks and a shortage of snow mean that the long-distance tracks will now have to be shortened.

2014 FIBT World Cup: Lake Placid, NY: Women’s Bobsleigh

Action will be in men and women’s skeleton, two-man and four-man bobsled and women’s bobsled. This race opens the eight-race FIBT World Cup season, which will take its athletes through seven different countries this winter. On Friday, Dec. 12, competition will be in two-man bobsled and men and women’s skeleton, while the four-man bobsled and women’s bobsled events are slated for, Saturday, Dec. 13.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s SL1 & SL2 (Mobile)

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s SL1 & SL2

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 Men’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Martin Dukurs wins

Five time World Cup winner (2010-2014) Martin Dukurs (LAT) gets the first win of the new season, beating out his older brother Tomass by .30 seconds.

2014 Men’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Antoine 3rd

Olympic Bronze medalist Matt Antoine (USA) gets on the podium in the first race of the new season, .44 seconds out of first.

2014 Men’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Tomass Dukurs 2nd

Counting last season Tomass Dukurs (LAT), at the start of this season, gets his 6th podium finish in a row. But still looking for a win, .30 seconds behind his brother Martin.

2014 Women’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Yarnold wins

Olympic champ and last years World Cup winner Elizabeth Yarnold (GBR) gets the first win of the season by .77 seconds over Elisabeth Vathje (CAN).

2014 Women’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Vathje 2nd

Elisabeth Vathje (CAN) claims 2nd place in her first World Cup race, just .77 seconds behind the Olympic Champ Elizabeth Yarnold (GBR).

2014 Women’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Graybill 5th

Savannah Graybill (USA) in her first World Cup race gets into the top ten, finishing 5th. Up from 10th in run one, and .37 second off the podium.

2014 Men’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Podium Interviews

Today’s winners, Martin Dukurs (LAT), Tomass Dukurs (LAT) and Matt Antoine (USA), talk about the first race of the season and looking forward to more.

2014 Women’s Skeleton World Cup: Lake Placid: Podium Interviews

Today’s winners, Elizabeth Yarnold (GBR), Elisabeth Vathje (CAN) and Janine Flock (AUT), talk about the first race of the season and looking forward to more.

2014 FIBT World Cup: Lake Placid, NY: Women’s & Men’s Skeleton

Action will be in men and women’s skeleton, two-man and four-man bobsled and women’s bobsled. This race opens the eight-race FIBT World Cup season, which will take its athletes through seven different countries this winter.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Men’s GS1 & GS2 (Mobile)

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Men’s GS1 & GS2

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s GS1 & GS2 (Mobile)

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Are, Sweden: Women’s GS1 & GS2

International Ski Federation (FIS) says the warm temperatures in the resorts of Val d’Isere and Courchevel were a concern and decided to move the respective events to the Swedish resort of Are.

2014 Women’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Geisenberger wins

2013 World Champ and two time World Cup winner (2013, 2014) Natalie Geisenberger (GER) is now three of three this season, beating 2009 World Champ Erin Hamlin (USA) by .499 seconds.

2014 Women’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Erin Hamlin 2nd

The 2009 World Champ Erin Hamlin (USA) falls just .499 seconds short on her home track, behind 2013 World Champ Natalie Geisenberger (GER).

2014 Men’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Tucker West interview

Tucker West (USA) talks about getting the first American world Cup win in 17 years.

2014 Men’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Mortensen and Terdiman 6th

The new pairing of Matthew Mortensen and Jayson Terdiman (USA) finish 6th on the day, .143 seconds of the podium. It’s their 3rd straight top ten finish.

2014 Men’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Tucker West wins

At the home of American miracles on ice, 19 year old Tucker West becomes the first American to win a World Cup race in 17 years! Setting a track record of 1:42.117 too boot.

2014 Men’s Luge World Cup: Lake Placid: Kindl 2nd

Wolfgang Kindl (AUT) finished .773 behind Tucker West (USA), to claim second. His first podium of the season.

2014 British Squash Grand Prix: Men’s Final: Top Scores

Check out the best scores including a great save and a not so great dive. As Nick Matthew (ENG) beats Mathieu Castagnet (FRA) 3-0.

2014 British Squash Grand Prix: Men’s Final: Matthew vs Castagnet

After some earlier pressure from 8th seed Mathieu Castagnet (FRA), three time world champ (3rd seed) Nick Matthew (ENG) 8th makes short work of him, 3-0.

2014 British Squash Grand Prix: Men’s Final: Interviews

Mathieu Castagnet (FRA) talks about the loss, and making it to the Final, as Nick Matthew (ENG) talks about the win and playing in Manchester.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: China wins Women’s Team Sprint

2014, London, England, UCI Track Cycling World Cup, China (Tianshi Zhong, Jinjie Gong) wins Women’s Team Sprint in London beating Germany.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: Great Brittain Wins Women’s Team Pursuit

2014, London, England, UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Great Brittain (GBR) (Katie Archibald, Laura Trott, Elinor Barker, Ciara Horne) wins Women’s Team Pursuit beating Australia.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: Guo wins Women’s Keirin

2014, London, England, UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Shuang Guo (MSP) wins Women’s Keirin beating Kristina Vogel (GER) by 0.082.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: Germany wins Men’s Team Sprint

Germany (Joachim Eilers, Robert Forstemann, Rene Enders) wins Men’s Team Sprint beating Team Jayco in the final.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: Great Brittain wins Men’s Team Pursuit

2014, London, England, UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Great Brittain (Steven Burke, Mark Christian, Owain Doull, Andrew Tennant) wins Men’s Team Pursuit in London beating New Zealand in the finals.

2014 Track Cycling World Cup: London: Hoogland wins Men’s Sprint

Jeffrey Hoogland (NED) beats Fabian Hernando Puerta Zapata (COL) two out of three in the Men’s Sprints.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Women’s SG

The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is Canada’s highest-profile alpine ski race and the first World Cup speed event of the season. The fastest skiers in the world compete in downhill and super-G in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For Canadian alpine athletes, it’s their only chance of the season to win a World Cup on home soil.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Lillehammer, Norway: Men’s 15km C HSt

Last year, the FIS Cross-Country World Cup returned to Lillehammer (NOR) after an 11-year break. This season the world’s best Cross-Country skiers will be back for a stage-event – the Lillehammer Triple. The three-day stage event has the same format as Ruka Triple, which took place in Finland the previous four seasons. The program starts on December 5th with sprint free, and Stage 2 will be Ladies 5 km F and Men 10 km F individual start. Winners of the Lillehammer stage-event will be determined on Sunday after the classic pursuit competitions.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Women’s DH (Mobile)

The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is Canada’s highest-profile alpine ski race and the first World Cup speed event of the season. The fastest skiers in the world compete in downhill and super-G in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For Canadian alpine athletes, it’s their only chance of the season to win a World Cup on home soil.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Women’s DH

The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is Canada’s highest-profile alpine ski race and the first World Cup speed event of the season. The fastest skiers in the world compete in downhill and super-G in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For Canadian alpine athletes, it’s their only chance of the season to win a World Cup on home soil.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Lillehammer, Norway: Men’s 10km F

Last year, the FIS Cross-Country World Cup returned to Lillehammer (NOR) after an 11-year break. This season the world’s best Cross-Country skiers will be back for a stage-event – the Lillehammer Triple. The three-day stage event has the same format as Ruka Triple, which took place in Finland the previous four seasons. The program starts on December 5th with sprint free, and Stage 2 will be Ladies 5 km F and Men 10 km F individual start. Winners of the Lillehammer stage-event will be determined on Sunday after the classic pursuit competitions.

Universal Sports Reviews: Lake Louise: Women’s Downhill #1

Steve Schlanger and Aj Kitt talk about the big news of the day, Lindsey Vonn returing from injury and getting into the top ten.

Women’s Relay Sets American Record

Natalie Coughlin, Abbey Weitzeil, Madison Kennedy and Shannon Vreeland at the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images) 2014 FINA Swimming World Championships (25m) schedule By Jeff Grace/Courtesy of SwimSwam.com Women’s 4 x 100 freestyle relay–Click here to watch the race!  The American team, consisting of Natalie Coughlin, Abbey Weitzeil, Madison Kennedy and Shannon Vreeland, […]

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Women’s DH (Mobile)

The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is Canada’s highest-profile alpine ski race and the first World Cup speed event of the season. The fastest skiers in the world compete in downhill and super-G in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For Canadian alpine athletes, it’s their only chance of the season to win a World Cup on home soil.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Women’s DH

The Lake Louise Alpine Ski World Cup is Canada’s highest-profile alpine ski race and the first World Cup speed event of the season. The fastest skiers in the world compete in downhill and super-G in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. For Canadian alpine athletes, it’s their only chance of the season to win a World Cup on home soil.

 
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