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2013 FINA Men’s Water Polo Super Finals: Semifinals 1 & 2

A Super Final with eight qualifying teams concludes the competition, comprising one team from the Americas, two from the Asia and Oceania tournament, one from Africa and four from the European tournament.

2013 Women’s World League: Beijing: Top 5 scores from finals

Check out the best scores from the Women’s World League final as these ladies perform on the last day of competition.

2013 FINA Women’s Water Polo World League: Finals

Since 2002, the world’s best water polo national teams meet in an annual season format and compete against one another in the sport’s first international league.

2013 FINA Women’s Water Polo World League: Semifinals

Since 2002, the world’s best water polo national teams meet in an annual season format and compete against one another in the sport’s first international league.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup: Are: Finals Ski Cross Men’s & Women’s (3/17)

Åre has a long history of hosting World Cup events, with ski acrobatics and moguls events being held there regularly since 1988.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies GS2 (3/17) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies GS2 (3/17)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s SL2 (3/17) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s SL2 (3/17)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies GS1 (3/17)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies GS1 (3/17) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s SL1 (3/17) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s SL1 (3/17)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup: Are: Finals Dual Moguls Men’s & Women’s (3/16)

Åre has a long history of hosting World Cup events, with ski acrobatics and moguls events being held there regularly since 1988.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s GS2 (3/16) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s GS2 (3/16)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies SL2 (3/16) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies SL2 (3/16)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s GS1 (3/16)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Men’s GS1 (3/16) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup: Are: Finals Ski Cross Men’s & Women’s (3/16)

Åre has a long history of hosting World Cup events, with ski acrobatics and moguls events being held there regularly since 1988.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies SL1 (3/16) (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Ladies SL1 (3/16)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2013 FIS Freestyle World Cup: Are: Finals Moguls Women’s & Men’s

Åre has a long history of hosting World Cup events, with ski acrobatics and moguls events being held there regularly since 1988.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Nations Team Event (mobile)

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level. This event airs 3/15 @ 5:30amET/2:30amPT.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide: Nations Team Event

As in past years, all the races will take place on the “Silvano Beltrametti” course. Its length exceeds 3 kilometers starting at 2,500 meters above sea level.

2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup Finals: Lenzerheide Viewer’s Guide

Universal Sports is your destination for comprehensive coverage of the 2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup. Get LIVE online streaming and on-demand access to all events listed below, as well as free post-event highlights, photo galleries, and more. (All times ET — subject to change) For our skiing fans: Since the beginning of 2012, we have […]

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s Mass Start: Bo-Reum Kim wins World Cup title

Irene Schouten (NED) won the race, but it was Bo-Reum Kim (KOR) who won the overall title with a total of 365 points. Kim finished the final race in 3rd place.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s Mass Start: NED skater crashes

One the skaters from the Netherlands team took a hard crash into the wall after skating too close to another skater. Luckily, he was able to walk away unassisted.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s Mass Start: Arjan Stroetinga win World Cup title

Bart Swings (BEL) won the race but it was Arjan Stroetinga (NED) who got the glory. Stroetinga finished 3rd in the event and won the overall World Cup with 330 points. Top American Patrick Meek finished 14th in the event .

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 1500m: Bart Swings beats Shani Davis to win race final

Bart Swings (BEL), racing against Shani Davis (USA), won with a time of 1:45.50. Davis finished 3rd in the event with a time of 1:46.13. The Overall World Cup win went to Zbigniew Brodka (POL).

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 1500m: Zbigniew Brodka wins World Cup title

Zbigniew Brodka (POL) finished 2nd in the race final with a time of 1:45.96, and won the overall title with 460 points. Bart swings won the race and finish 2nd in the overall WC.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1500m: Bowe top American

Brittany Bowe finished with a time of 2:00.59, placing her 17th in the race and 28th overall. Bowe won silver in yesterday’s 1000m World Cup.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1500m: Ireen Wust wins race

Ireen Wust (NED) finished with a race winning time of 1:54.67, and finished 2nd overall in the WC. Wust also won the 3000m race yesterday. The overall WC win went to her fellow countrywoman Marrit Leenstra.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1500m: Marrit Leenstra wins World Cup title

Marrit Leenstra (NED) finished the final race of the WC season with a time of 1:57.74, giving her enough points to secure her title. Leenstra finished the WC with 410 points over Christine Nesbitt (CAN).

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 500m Race 2: Jan Smeekens wins World Cup title

Jan Smeekens finished with a race winning time of 34.83, earning a total of 1130 points. Joji Kato finished in 2nd place.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 500m Race 2: Tucker Fredricks top American

Tucker Fredricks finished with a time of 35.21, placing him 8th in the race and 13th in the final WC standings with 295 points. Jan Smeekens won the 500m WC title.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 500m Race 2: Heather Richardson top American

Heather Richardson finished with a time of 38.85, placing her 5th in the overall WC standing. Richardson won the 1000m title earlier this weekend.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 500m Race 2: Sang-Hwa Lee wins World Cup title

Sang Hwa Lee finished the final race of the world cup season with a winning time of 37.77, earning a total of 1055 points to secure her WC title. Jenny Wolf Finished in second place.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 5000m: Jonathan Kuck top American

Jonathan Kuck finished with a time of 6:16.28, placing him 10th in the race standing and 20th in the overall World Cup standing. Jorrit Bergsma went on to win the 5000m title.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 5000m: Sven Kramer wins race

Sven Kramer won the final race of the World Cup with a time of 6:10.78 as NED swept the race podium. Kramer finished third in the overall World Cup, as the win went to Jorrit Bergsma

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 5000m: Jorrit Bergsma wins World Cup title

Jorrit Bergsma finished second in the final race of the World Cup with a time of 6:15.74. Bergsma finished the World Cup with 520 points, as NED swept the World Cup podium.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 3000m: Ireen Wüst wins race

Ireen Wüst finished with a record time of 3:58.68, beating second place Diane Valkenburg by nearly 7 seconds. Wust finished 6th overall in the WC, as the overall win went to Martina Sábliková.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 1000m: Shani Davis gets silver

Shani Davis finished the Men’s 1,000m race final in fourth place and was able to jump into the second spot in the overall World Cup to finish out the season. Davis won the World Cup title last year.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 1000m: Stefan Groothuis wins race

Stefan Groothuis (NED) finished with a time of 1:08.91, locking up an all-NED podium for the race. Nuis Kjeld took third in the race and won the overall WC title.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s 1000m: Kjeld Nuis wins World Cup title

After getting third place in the race final, Kjeld Nuis took the overall title with 587 points. Defending champion Shani Davis finished in second place.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 3000m: Martina Sábliková wins World Cup title

Martina Sábliková (CZE) finished the final 3000m race in 6th place with a time of 4:07.44, securing her spot at the top of the podium. Claudia Pechstein finished in second place.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1000m: Christine Nesbitt wins race

Olympian Christine Nesbitt (CAN) leads the way with a time of 1:15.48. Although it was a strong race win for Nesbitt, the 1000m WC title went to American Heather Richardson.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1000m: Bowe takes silver

Brittany Bowe finished the 1000m race 4th overall, giving her enough points to secure her podium spot. Bowe finished the WC second behind fellow American Heather Richardson.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s 1000m: American Heather Richardson becomes WC Champ

Heather Richardson finished the final 1,000m race 11th overall, but still was able to walk away with the overall title. Richardson finished the season with 525 points, earning her second WC title. Richardson’s previous WC title was won in 2011.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Men’s Team Pursuit: Netherlands wins

The Korean men were still hoping to get a win for the day, as the World Cup had already been won by the Netherleands, as they won every race this season, today by 2.05 seconds.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: Women’s Team Pursuit: Netherlands wins

Both Canada and the Netherlands were tied at the start of the final World Cup race, and although Canda chased them down, they couldn’t hold it as the Netherlands wins by three seconds.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: 500m race 1: Smeekens wins

Jan Smeekens (NED) assures himself the World Cup win, defeating Joji Kato (JPN) again, and winning by .12, with one race left.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: 500m race 1: Fredricks 6th

In the first 500m race, Tucker Fredricks (USA) finishes .05 seconds off the podium, he ranks 14th in the World Cup.

2013 Speed Skating World Cup Finals: 500m race 1: Bowe 8th

American favorite Heather Richardson slips off the world cup podium finishing 15th, and her teammate Brittany Bowe gets a top ten finish; she ranks 15th in the World Cup with one race left.

 
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