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Freund completes Ski Jumping World Cup hat-trick in Oslo

By Daniel Etchells

Severin Freund made it a hat-trick of Ski Jumping World Cup wins in Oslo ©Getty ImagesGermany's Severin Freund recorded his third consecutive Ski Jumping World Cup win in Oslo to further cement his position at the top of the overall standings.

China and Switzerland earn opening day victories at World Women's Curling Championship

By Michael Pavitt

Switzerland's Alina Paetz led her team to consecutive victories on the opening day of the World Women's Curling Championships ©World Curling FederationAfter the opening two sessions of the ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships, China and defending champions Switzerland top the standings after winning their first two matches at the Tsukisamu Gymnasium in Sapporo.

Birthday delight for D'Hoore as she sprints to opening UCI Women's Road World Cup victory

By Michael Pavitt

Jolien  D'Hoore clinched the first Womens Road World Cup with UCI President Brian Cookson in attendance ©TwitterBelgian National Champion Jolien D'Hoore celebrated her 25th birthday by sprinting to victory at the Boels Rental Ronde van Drenthe in The Netherlands, as the 2015 International Cycling Union (UCI) Women's Road World Cup got underway.

Gomez Garrido and Hauss record World Cup wins at season opening event

By Michael Pavitt

Spain's Tamara  Gomez Garrido claimed her first ever ITU World Cup win ©ITUSpain's Tamara Gomez Garrido secured her first ever International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup victory in the season opening event in Mooloolaba, Australia, while France's David Hauss took the men's spoils in a close fought race.

Australia and India avoid Cricket World Cup upsets as Scotland and Zimbabwe bow out

By Michael Pavitt

A century from Brendan Taylor on his final international appearance could not prevent Zimbabwe from falling to defeat ©Getty ImagesIndia and Australia avoided upsets in their final pool matches of the Cricket World Cup, as they overcame Zimbabwe and Scotland respectively.

IOC Fair Play Award for Turkish judoka

By Duncan Mackay

Turkey's Demircan Güler has received an IOC Fair Play Award after her sporting gesture at IBSA Judo World Championships ©IBSATurkey's Demircan Güler has received the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Fair Play Award in recognition of a sporting gesture at last year's International Blind Sports Association (IBSA) Judo World Championships in Coloardo Springs. 

New international powerchair hockey tournament launched

By Duncan Mackay

A new tournament to promote powerchair hockey has been launched ©IWAS/FacebookPowerchair hockey, which is being heavily promoted by the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) in a bid to help it gain a place in the Paralympics, is set to to receive another boost. 

Cuba Domadores and Russian Boxing Team triumph again in World Series of Boxing

By Michael Pavitt

Erislandy Savon helped the Domadores to their ninth straight win of the season ©WSBThe Cuba Domadores and the Russian Boxing Team underlined their dominance in Group A of the World Series of Boxing (WSB), as both franchises recorded whitewashes against the Algeria Desert Hawks and China Dragons respectively, in the latest round of fixtures.

Austria's Fenninger heads Alpine Skiing World Cup standings after giant slalom success

By Daniel Etchells

Anna Fenninger celebrates her giant slalom victory in Åre ©Getty ImagesAustria's Anna Fenninger moved to the top of the overall Alpine Skiing World Cup standings after winning the sixth giant slalom race of the season in Åre, Sweden.
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