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Pavlichenko stuns Loch to win historic first Russian world luge title

By Michael Pavitt

Semen Pavlichenko won the men's singles event ahead of Olympic champion Felix Loch ©Getty ImagesSemen Pavlichenko today stunned Felix Loch to claim Russia's first ever International Luge Federation World Championships gold medal in Sigulda, Latvia.

Ski jumping world record broken for second consecutive day as Fannemel leaps 251.5 metres

By Liam Morgan

Anders Fannemel set the second world record in as many days with his jump of 251.5m ©Getty ImagesThe ski jumping world record was broken for the second successive day as Norway's Anders Fannemel leapt 251.5 metres at the World Cup event in front of his home crowd in Vikersund.

Latvia underline Bobsleigh World Cup supremacy with final win of season

By Michael Pavitt

Latvia won five of the eight World Cup events this season ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesLatvia's four-man bobsleigh team completed their International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation World Cup campaign in style as they secured a fifth victory of the season in Sochi, Russia.

Denmark see off English challenge to win European Mixed Team Badminton Championship

By Michael Pavitt

Denmark breezed past England to win the European Mixed Team Championship ©BadmintonEuropeDenmark overcame England in the European Mixed Team Badminton Championship final in Leuven to reclaim the title they lost to Germany two years ago.

Tretiakov returns to scene of Olympic skeleton triumph to earn World Cup win

By Michael Pavitt

Tretiakov marked his return to the 2014 Olympic track with a World Cup win ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesRussia's Alexander Tretiakov today returned to the track in Sochi where he was crowned Olympic skeleton champion a year ago to claim victory in the final race of the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton World Cup season.

Kalla claims first Cross Country World Cup victory in nearly five years as Bjørgen seals overall title

By Liam Morgan

Sweden's Charlotte Kalla clinched her first World Cup victory for five years in front of her home crowd in Östersund ©Getty ImagesSweden's Charlotte Kalla sent the home crowd into raptures as she claimed her first International Ski Federation Cross Country World Cup victory for nearly five years in the women's 10 kilometres freestyle race in Östersund.

Russia seal second consecutive Biathlon World Cup relay victory

By Liam Morgan

Anton Shipulin proved to be the key for Russia once again as he overtook Simon Schempp late on to give his nation a second consecutive relay win ©Getty ImagesRussia's men secured their second consecutive International Biathlon Union World Cup relay victory as they edged a narrow 4x7.5 kilometres race in Oslo, Norway.

Holmlund and Chapuis bounce back to earn Ski Cross World Cup victories

By Michael Pavitt

Anna Holmlund dominated the womens competition on Sunday ©FISSweden saw home success at the Ski Cross World Cup in Åre, as Anna Holmlund dominated the women's competition from start to finish, while Jean-Frédéric Chapuis of France earned victory in the men's event.

Edmunds marks Four Continents Figure Skating Championships debut with ladies' gold

By Michael Pavitt

Polina Edmunds won on her debut at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships ©Getty ImagesAmerican teenager Polina Edmunds marked her debut at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships by securing the ladies' title, as the event drew to a close today at the Mokdong Ice Arena, in South Korea.
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