By Liam Morgan, Michael Pavitt and Philip Barker in Lausanne
Zambia are set to use the training facilities in Asahi in the run up to this year's Olympic Games after signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the city.
At the very spot where the Lausanne 2020 medals are presented each night, bandy has made its pitch for full Olympic inclusion in Italy at Milan-Cortina 2026.
A total of 363 events and activities are taking place across 45 countries today as part of the ninth edition of World Snow Day.
Romania’s Georgeta Popescu powered to the Winter Youth Olympic Games gold medal in the women’s monobob competition by posting the fastest two runs of the day at the St. Moritz Olympia Bob Run, while Russia's Anastasiia Tsyganova earned the skeleton title.
Siri Wigger completed a cross-country double for Switzerland with victory in the women's sprint as Edvin Anger of Sweden denied Norway's Nikolai Holmboe a second successive title at the Winter Youth Olympic Games here today.
Marie Krista won gold for Switzerland up in the mountains here to delight the home supporters who had come out in force for the ski cross where 24 competitors contested the title.
Russia’s Anna Shpyneva and Austria’s Marco Woergoetter triumphed in the women’s and men’s ski jumping competitions at the Winter Youth Olympic Games here today.
Japan's Ryosuke Irie underlined his status as a Japanese hope for home gold at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics by racing to his second title at the International Swimming Federation Champions Swim Series leg in Beijing.
Pavlichenko sets luge track record in Lillehammer but misses gold as Fischnaller enjoys double glory
Russia’s Semen Pavlichenko set a men’s track record at the International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup in Lillehammer, which is doubling as the European Championship - but it was not enough to win the title.
The theme of French success in general, and success for Martin Fourcade in particular, continued at the International Biathlon Union (IBU) World Cup in Ruhpolding in Germany as he won the men’s 12.5 kilometres pursuit competition.
Clara Direz of France earned her first International Ski Federation Alpine Ski World Cup triumph with victory in a controversial parallel giant slalom event in Sestriere.
Germany’s Olympic and world champion Francesco Friedrich earned his 10th International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation World Cup victory in the four-man bobsleigh at Innsbruck in Austria today.
Rankings leaders Alexander Bolshunov and Therese Johaug both made it two victories out of two as the International Ski Federation Cross-Country World Cup concluded in Nové Město.
France’s Clement Noel claimed back-to-back men’s slalom victories at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup in Wengen.