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Stuhec maintains lead in women's downhill training

/ Feb 9, 2017

Stuhec maintains lead in women's downhill training

Slovenia’s Ilka Stuhec topped women’s downhill training for a second successive day at the FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships on Thursday. Stuhec, who leads the World Cup downhill standings and has won five races this season, including three downhills and a super-G, clocked 1 ...

Karuizawa, Chubu win national curling titles

/ Feb 5, 2017

Karuizawa, Chubu win national curling titles

SC Karuizawa Club won its fifth straight men’s national title, defeating Sapporo 10-5 in Sunday’s final and moving a step closer to the 2018 Winter Games. In the women’s competition, Chubu Electric Power won its first championship in three years, knocking off two-time defending ...

/ Feb 5, 2017

Takanashi gets seventh win of season

Sara Takanashi on Saturday won her second straight ski jumping World Cup event, and seventh of the season. Takanashi leapt 87.5 meters on her first jump and 91 meters on her second for a total of 242.1 points. She was the only jumper in ...

Takanashi captures 50th crown of career

/ Jan 30, 2017

Takanashi captures 50th crown of career

Three-time overall champion Sara Takanashi won the 50th women’s ski jumping World Cup competition of her career on Sunday. The victory snapped a brief drought for Takanashi, who failed to win in any of the four competitions recently held in Japan. The win leaves ...

/ Jan 30, 2017

Speedskater Hasegawa logs career-best fourth

Tsubasa Hasegawa barely missed the podium when he finished a career-best fourth in the men’s 500 meters at a World Cup speedskating event in Germany on Sunday. On the final day of the three-day meet in Berlin, the 22-year-old Hasegawa crossed the finish line ...