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2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Cross Country: Absalon wins

In the Men’s Downhill, Riding a full suspension bike for the first time, Julien Absalon (FRA) claims his 5th Championship title (2004-2007, 2014), beating Nino Schurter (SUI) by 1:51.

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Cross Country: Pendrel wins

Even with a tire change at the end, Catharine Pendrel (CAN) took home gold in the Cross Country in 1:31:30. Lea Davison (USA) came in 43 seconds behind with bronze.

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Cross Country: Pendrel interview

Catharine Pendrel (CAN) talks about taking gold in the Women’s Elite Cross Country event.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Auffarth 2nd in Cross-Country

In Team Event, the Cross-Country jumping stage, Sandra Auffarth, riding Opgun Louvo, for Germany gets the second lowest score on the day and moves Germany into first place.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Fox-Pitt 1st in Cross-Country

In Team Event, the Cross-Country jumping stage, William Fox-Pitt, riding Chilli Morning, scored the lowest on the day, and Team Great Britain moves into 6th.

2014 Mountain Bike World Cup: Windham: Cross-Country: Schurter wins

Nino Schurter (SUI) gets his second straight win this season, but fails to pull away from World Cup leader Julien Absalon (FRA), so with just one race left, it appears he will settle for 2nd place.

2014 Mountain Bike World Cup: Windham: Cross-Country: Schurter interview

Nino Schurter (SUI) talks about getting his second straight win this season, along though his chances for the World Cup, with one race left, are very slim.

2014 Mountain Bike World Cup: Windham: Cross-Country: Neff wins Cup

At 21 years old, Jolanda Neff (SUI) becomes the youngest World Cup winner. Having to battle hard today to take 4th place. Which scored her enough points to win the season, with just one race left.

2014 Mountain Bike World Cup: Windham: Cross-Country: Pendrel interview

Catharine Pendrel (CAN) talks about getting the win today, her first of the season.

2014 Mountain Bike World Cup: Windham: Cross-Country: Pendrel wins

Catharine Pendrel (CAN) gets her first win of the season, beating Tanja Zakelj (SLO) by 29 seconds. It’s her 11th World Cup win, as she is in a tight battle for 2nd this season.

2015 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team Nominated

Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins (Sarah Brunson/U.S. Ski Team) PARK CITY, UT – World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) headlines a powerhouse team of women nominated to the 2015 U.S. Cross Country Ski Team. All five A Team women reached the World Cup podium during the 2014 season. On the men’s side, veteran sprinter […]

2014 Rugby Sevens World Series: England: Try Fail

Connor Braid (CAN) apparently wanted to prove the point that you got to keep both hands on the ball, as it slips out of his hands as he attempts to score a try. Lucky for him Canada would go on to win the game and the Bowl Final.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 6

3-time Time Trial World Champ Tony Martin (Omega) wins his second stage (Stage 2, Stage 6) and second Basque Country TT, just ahead of the Tour winner Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) by seven seconds.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Contador wins

Stage 6, Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) took the General Classification lead in stage 1 and held all the way for his third Basque Country win. Michal Kwiatkowski (Omega) takes 2nd as Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) falls off the podium.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 6 interview

3-time Time Trial World Champ Tony Martin (GER), riding from Omega Pharma – Quick Step, talks about getting his second straight time trial win at the Tour of the Basque Country.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #6

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 5: Interview

Ben Swift (GBR) of Team Sky talks about getting over the climbs and winning the stage.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 5

After a 16 man break away crumbles, Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) keeps his GC lead over Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) by 12 seconds, as Ben Swift (Sky) gets a surprise stage win, as he survived the climbs.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #5

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 4: Interview

Wouter Poels (Omega) talks about getting the Queen’s stage win.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 4

Alberto Contador (Tinkoff) maintains his GC lead over Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) by 12 seconds, as Wouter Poels (Omega) gets the biggest stage win of his career.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #4

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 3

Michael Matthews (AUS) wins stage 3 for Orica-Green Edge, making it their 3rd consecutive year to do so, with a time of 5:02:09. Alberto Contador (ESP) remains the GC leader.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #3

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 2 Interview

Tony Martin (GER) talks about winning Stage 2 of the Tour of the Basque Country.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 2

3-time World Time Trial Champion, Tony Martin (GER) wins the stage with a time of 3:46:17. The General Classification order remains the same with Alberto Contador (ESP) being 1st overall.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #2

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Tour of the Basque Country: Stage 1: Contador wins

Alberto Contador (ESP) takes the 1st stage of the 2014 Tour of the Basque Country with a total time of 4:05:07. Contador has previously taken stages in this race in both 2008 and 2009.

2014 Tour of Basque Country: Spain: Stage #1

The Tour of the Basque Country is a six-day stage race in the mountainous region of northern Spain. Over the years, due to its terrain, the race has been dominated by climbers.

2014 Rugby Sevens World Series: Hong Kong: Try Fail

As the match came to a close with Japan defeating Italy, gaining core team status, Hashino was about to score the final try, but the ball slips out of his hands- duho!

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: 15k Pursuit Final: Sundby interview

Martin Sundby (NOR) talks about winning his first Overall World Cup title.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup Finals: Johaug interview

Therese Johaug (NOR) talks about winning the Cross Country Skiing World Cup Finals and winning the Crystal Globe for being ranked 1st overall.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: 10k Pursuit Final: Johaug wins all

Therese Johaug (NOR) wins gold in the Cross Country Skiing World Cup, as well as becoming the 1st overall leader in the season and taking home the Crystal Globe.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: 15k Pursuit Final: Sundby wins all

Martin Sundby (NOR) chases down Alex Harvey (CAN) to get the last win of the season, but Harvey hangs on for second, making him 3rd in the Overall.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Falun, Sweden: Men’s 15km F Hst -

Skiathlon competitions over 15 km for ladies and 30 km for the men are scheduled on Saturday. The World Cup Finals will be concluded with pursuits on Sunday, 10 km free for ladies and 15 km for men.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Falun, Sweden: Ladies 10km F Hst

Skiathlon competitions over 15 km for ladies and 30 km for the men are scheduled on Saturday. The World Cup Finals will be concluded with pursuits on Sunday, 10 km free for ladies and 15 km for men.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Mass Start Final: Johaug interview

Therese Johaug (NOR) talks about taking the lead over her teammate Marit Bjoergen (NOR) in Day 2 of the Cross Country Skiing World Cup Finals.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Mass Start Final: Harvey interview

Alex Harvey (CAN) talks about winning the day and the rest of the Skiathon.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Mass Start Final: Harvey wins

Alex Harvey (CAN) gets his third win this season, just edging out Martin Sundby (NOR). Harvey moves into 4th in the Overall and Sundby secures the Overall victory with one race left

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Mass Start Final: Johaug wins

Therese Johaug (NOR) gets the win by 33.6 seconds over her teammate, Marit Bjoergen, and keeps her Overall lead by 7 points, with one race left.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Falun, Sweden: Skiathlon: Men 30km

Skiathlon competitions over 15 km for ladies and 30 km for the men are scheduled on Saturday. The World Cup Finals will be concluded with pursuits on Sunday, 10 km free for ladies and 15 km for men. Online times listed below.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Falun, Sweden: Skiathlon – Ladies 15km

Skiathlon competitions over 15 km for ladies and 30 km for the men are scheduled on Saturday. The World Cup Finals will be concluded with pursuits on Sunday, 10 km free for ladies and 15 km for men.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Sprint Finals: Winners

Kikkan Randall (USA) for the third straight years wins the Women’s Sprint Globe as Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) wins his first men’s title. Meanwhile Marit Bjoergen (NOR) and Teodor Peterson won the final races of the season.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Sprint Finals: Peterson wins

In the Sprint Final Emil Joensson and fellow Swede Teodor Peterson came down to a photo-finish with Peterson taking the final win of the season, ending 4th for the season.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Sprint Finals: Bjoergen wins

In the final sprint of the season Marit Bjoergen gets the win, and puts herself 3rd in the Sprints, and is now just three points behind in the Overall.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Ladies & Men’s Sprint C

The competition program has a format of a “mini-tour” and starts on Friday with classic technique sprints.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Oslo: Bjoergen wins

With this win Marit Bjoergen (NOR) claims her 100th podium finish,beating her fellow country woman Therese Johaug, in the Women’s 30km, but Therese still has a 39 point lead in the Overall with just the finals left.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Oslo: Bjoergen interview

Marit Bjoergen (NOR) talks about her win and getting her 100th podium finish.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Oslo, Norway: Ladies 30km C Mst

From 8th March – 9th March, the athletes from the three Nordic disciplines will return to Oslo. For the Cross-Country skiers, mass start competitions over 30 km for ladies and 50 km for men in classic technique are on the schedule.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Oslo: Richardssson interview

Daniel Richardsson (SWE) talks about getting his first win after sharing in Olympic Gold from Sochi in the 4x10km Relay.

2014 Cross Country Skiing World Cup: Oslo: Richardsson wins

Daniel Richardsson (SWE) gets his first win of the season and moves up to 4th in the Cross Country Distances World Cup.

2014 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Oslo, Norway: Men’s 50km C Mst

On Saturday, the focus will be on the men’s 50 km where thanks to the intermediate bonus sprints, a large number of World Cup points can be won (six intermediate sprints yield 190 points).

2014 FIS World Cup Cross-Country Skiing: Drammen: Hattestad interview

Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) talks about his winning and the upcoming final.

2014 FIS World Cup Cross-Country Skiing: Drammen: Falla interview

Mauken Caspersen Falla (NOR) talks about her win.

2014 FIS World Cup Cross-Country Skiing: Drammen: Falla wins Sprints

Newly crowned Olympic champ, Mauken Caspersen Falla (NOR), claims her third career world cup win, just edging out her more accomplished teammate Marit Bjoergen.

 
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