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Germans defend luge world titles as Loch eyes record books

By Michael Pavitt

Natalie Geisenberger successfully defended her women's singles world title in Latvia ©Getty ImagesGermany successfully defended two titles on the opening day of the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Championships in Sigulda, Latvia, today.

Prevc leaps 250 metres to set world record at Ski Jumping World Cup

By Liam Morgan

Peter Prevc leapt a staggering 250 metres to set a new world record at the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup event in Vikersund ©Getty ImagesSlovenia's Peter Prevc set a world record as he leapt a staggering 250 metres to win the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup event in Vikersund, Norway.

Meyers Taylor and Melbardis clinch historic overall Bobsleigh World Cup titles on Olympic track

By Liam Morgan

Elana Meyers Taylor claimed her maiden FIBT two-woman bob overall World Cup title with victory in Sochi ©Getty ImagesAmerican Elana Meyers Taylor sealed her maiden overall Viessmann International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (FIBT) World Cup title with victory in the two-woman bobsleigh race at the final World Cup event in Sochi.

To Russia with love for Yarnold as she celebrates anniversary of Olympic gold with another triumph in Sochi

By Liam Morgan

Lizzy Yarnold continued her remarkable run of form by claiming gold in the final FIBT Skeleton World Cup event on the Olympic track in Sochi ©Getty ImagesBritain's Lizzy Yarnold marked one year to the day since her Olympic gold medal by returning to Sochi to claiming another victory, this time in the final Skeleton World Cup event of the season. 

Domracheva surges to top of IBU World Cup overall leaderboard with victory in Oslo

By Liam Morgan

Belarusian Darya Domracheva overtook nearest rival Kaisa Mäkäräinen at the top of the overall IBU World Cup standings with victory in Oslo ©Getty ImagesBelarusian Darya Domracheva snatched the women's overall International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Cup lead from rival Kaisa Mäkäräinen of Finland with victory in the 7.5 kilometres sprint race in Oslo.

Frenchwoman seals maiden career victory in dramatic FIS World Cup ski-cross final

By Liam Morgan

Alizée Baron sealed her first-ever win with victory in the ski-cross race at the FIS Freestyle World Cup ©FISAlizée Baron of France clinched her maiden career race win as she took victory in the women's ski-cross event at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Freestyle World Cup in Åre, Sweden.

Norway at the double on Swedish snow at FIS Cross Country World Cup

By Liam Morgan

Marit Bjørgen claimed her 90th career World Cup win with victory in the 1.2km sprint in Östersund ©Getty ImagesNorway's Marit Bjørgen strengthened her lead at the top of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Cross Country World Cup standings as she claimed her 90th World Cup victory in the 1.2 kilometres sprint, while teammate Finn Hågen Krogh won the men's race in Östersund, Sweden.

Denmark and England win thrillers to reach final of European Mixed Team Badminton Championships

By Michael Pavitt

England have progressed to the final for the first time since 2009 ©TwitterDenmark will face England in the final of the European Mixed Team Badminton Championships after both teams earned thrilling 3-2 semi-final victories over Germany and Russia respectively in Leuven.

Ten clinches Kazakhstan's first ISU figure skating title at Four Continents Championships

By Michael Pavitt

Kazakhstan's Denis Ten celebrates after dominating the men's individual competition in Seoul ©AFP/Getty ImagesDenis Ten secured Kazakhstan's first International Skating Union (ISU) championship title after sealing victory in the men's individual competition at the Four Continents Championships in Seoul.
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