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Switzerland defend World Women's Curling Championships crown with victory over Canada

By Liam Morgan

Switzerland defended their World Championship crown by beating Olympic champions Canada in Sapporo ©WCFSwitzerland successfully defended their ZEN-NOH World Women's Curling Championships crown as they beat Olympic gold medallists Canada 5-3 to take gold in a tense final in Sapporo, Japan.

Fourteen-year-old Japanese star becomes youngest ever table tennis World Tour singles winner

By Nick Butler

Mima Ito pulled off a shock German Open victory at the age of only 14 ©ITTFJapanese prodigy Mima Ito produced one of the biggest shocks in International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour history by winning today's German Open in Bremen at the age of 14.

Fenninger wins giant slalom to retain overall Alpine Skiing World Cup title

By Daniel Etchells

Anna Fenninger clutches the overall FIS World Cup globe after her giant slalom victory in Méribel ©Getty ImagesAustria's Anna Fenninger won the season-ending giant slalom race in Méribel to retain her overall Alpine Skiing World Cup title at the expense of Slovenian rival Tina Maze.

Freund seals overall FIS Ski Jumping World Cup title thanks to rival's team-mate in thrilling finale to season

By Liam Morgan

Severin Freund's seventh placed finish was enough to give him the overall FIS Ski Jumping World Cup title ©Getty ImagesGermany's Severin Freund sealed the Ski Jumping World Cup overall title despite finishing only seventh in the final event of the season at Planica, Slovenia.

Georgia celebrate end of IJF Tbilisi Grand Prix with double gold

By Liam Morgan

The over 100kg final was an all-Georgian affair and was won by Levani Matiashvili (blue) ©IJF/FacebookGeorgia ensured they ended the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Tbilisi on a high as they claimed two gold medals to the delight of the home crowd inside the Sports Palace.

Six Speed Skating World Cup titles awarded on final day of season

By Michael Pavitt

America's Brittany Bowe completed a stellar season by winning the 1.000m World Cup title in Erfurt ©Getty ImagesThe concluding day of the Speed Skating World Cup season saw the overall titles decided in six distances, in Erfurt.

Donner and Murray both seal maiden gold medals at ITU World Cup

By Liam Morgan

American Kaitlin Donner claimed her first ITU World Cup gold medal as she finished ahead of teammate Renee Tomlin in New Zealand ©ITUAmerican Kaitlin Donner claimed her maiden International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup gold medal with victory in New Plymouth, New Zealand, while South Africa's Richard Murray repeated the feat in the men's race.

Tunisia's Ktila heads host nation's medal push at IPC Athletics Grand Prix

By Daniel Etchells

Walid Ktila took a clean sweep of victories at the season-opening Grand Prix event in Dubai ©Getty ImagesFour-time world champion Walid Ktila will head hosts Tunisia's push for gold medals as the third leg of the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Grand Prix series gets underway in Tunis tomorrow.

Astana Arlans Kazakhstan make it perfect 10 as unbeaten WSB season moves step closer

By Daniel Etchells

Astana Arlans Kazakhstan have won 10 out 10 in Group B of the World Series of Boxing ©WSBAstana Arlans Kazakhstan tonight beat Group B rivals Azerbaijan Baku Fires 4-1 in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) to record their tenth successive win.
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