Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical:
  • Cross-Country World Cup Results

    1. Martin Johnsrud Sundby, Norway, 2 hours, 8 minutes, 41.9 seconds.

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  • Slovenia wins team ski jump event ahead of host Norway

    OSLO, Norway (AP) -- Slovenia won the team ski jump event on Saturday, edging out host nation Norway.

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  • Prevc brothers lead Slovenia to World Cup win

    Berlin (AFP) - Slovenia, led by world number one Peter Prevc and his brother Domen, won the World Cup ski jumping team event on the mythical Holmenkollen, outside Oslo on Saturday.

  • Christie, Park win 1,500m races at short track World Cup

    DRESDEN, Germany (AP) -- European champion Elise Christie of Britain and Park Ji-won of South Korea won 1,500 meter races at a short track World Cup on Saturday.

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  • Teenager Riiber secures 1st Nordic combined win

    OSLO, Norway (AP) -- Norwegian teenager Jarl Magnus Riiber won his first Nordic combined World Cup on Saturday in front of his home crowd.

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  • Injury puts Isinbayeva's return on hold

    Russian pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva's intended return to competition after a break of over two years has been put on hold because of a leg injury, local media reported Saturday. The 33-year-old Isinbayeva, who had been planning to participate in the Volgograd Governor's Cup meet this…

  • Hefti wins 2-man bob World Cup race, European title

    ST. MORITZ, Switzerland (AP) -- Beat Hefti of Switzerland won a two-man bobsled World Cup race on his home course Saturday to also be crowned European champion.

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  • Sundby dominates cross-country World Cup meet in Oslo

    Martin Johnsrud Sundby of Norway extended his lead at the top of the cross-country World Cup standings with an impressive win in the 50-kilometer classical-style race on Saturday. Sundby, who took the initiative from the start, competed for the lead with Niklas Dyrhaug up until 40K, before…

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  • Wind whisperer: US skier Nyman 3rd in Olympic downhill test

    Steven Nyman couldn't have picked a better place to post his first podium result of the season: on the downhill course that will be used for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. The American skier finished third behind Kjetil Jansrud of Norway and Dominik Paris of Italy on Saturday in the opening test…

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  • Lindsey Vonn wins women's World Cup downhill

    GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) -- Lindsey Vonn is feeling very much at home in this southern German resort, on and off the hill. Vonn, the overall World Cup leader, won a downhill on a demanding course by a big margin on Saturday, becoming the first woman to win multiple downhills on the…

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  • Ski jumper Sara Takanashi wins 9th straight World Cup event

    HINZENBACH, Austria (AP) -- Japanese ski jumper Sara Takanashi extended her winning streak in the women's World Cup to nine events on Saturday.

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  • Top guns enjoy first day at new South Korean slope

    As great as reaching the podium was, the top skiers at the Alpine Ski World Cup men's downhill race on Saturday in South Korea said they enjoyed themselves on the brand new slope. Jeongseon Alpine Centre in eastern South Korea is hosting its first World Cup race, a test event ahead of the 2018…

  • Teens Alguetti, Zhang advance at US table tennis trials

    GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Teenagers Sharon Alguetti and Lily Zhang won qualifying tournaments Friday night on the second day of the U.S. Olympic table tennis trials.

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  • Sean Doherty carves out name for himself in biathlon

    Sean Doherty, winner of 10 individual medals at the youth and junior world championships, is a rising name in a sport that combines cross-country skiing and rifle shooting. The 20-year-old's plans are actually etched in wood: Open a wood-working shop so he can create hand-crafted platters, vases…

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  • Yahoo DFS Hockey: Saturday Picks

    Sasha Yodashkin picks the Saturday Yahoo NHL slate, including Boston's Ryan Spooner, who has stepped up since being asked to play a bigger offensive role.
  • Historian: Zika won't stop Olympics; only war has done that

    The world's best known Olympic historian said Friday it will take something more destructive than the Zika virus to cancel the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. ''Historically, the only times the games have been cancelled is in war - World War I and World War II,'' David Wallechinsky told the Associated…

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  • HDM 2016: Duluth Icebreakers

    Duluth Icebreakers host a women’s hockey tournament....

  • Anti-terrorism chiefs ready for 'worst' at Rio Olympics

    Brazil may have so far escaped the radar of radical Islamist groups, but the Rio Olympics is taking no chances on terrorism when the Games start in six months. Rodrigues' department already has solid experience from keeping order at events including the 2014 World Cup and Pope Francis' visit in…

  • Athletes weigh gold lust against Zika health fears

    By Ossian Shine and Joshua Schneyer LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - As global health chiefs try to bring a Zika virus epidemic under control, aspiring Olympic athletes are weighing their lust for gold against health fears surrounding the mosquito-borne virus in Brazil. Alarm has grown since the World…