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  • Yarnold retains skeleton gold, Deas adds British bronze

    Yarnold retains skeleton gold, Deas adds British bronze

    Lizzy Yarnold became the first Briton to successfully defend a Winter Olympic title when she claimed the skeleton gold on Saturday as Laura Deas took bronze to complete the country's greatest day in the Winter Games. Austria's Janine Flock had...

  • Girard avoids mayhem to grab 1,000m gold

    Girard avoids mayhem to grab 1,000m gold

    Canada's Samuel Girard steered clear of some late lap mayhem to steal the Olympic short-track speedskating 1,000 metres gold medal on Saturday. With a crash taking out three of five skaters as the pack entered the final lap, Girard held off...

  • South Korea's Choi gets redemption with 1,500m gold

    South Korea's Choi gets redemption with 1,500m gold

    South Korea's Choi Minjeong powered her way to a gold medal in the Olympic women’s short-track speedskating 1,500 meters on Saturday, atoning for a heartbreaking disqualification in the 500m final. Choi, the world record holder in the event, broke...

  • Easy passage for Birkirkara

    Easy passage for Birkirkara

    As expected, Birkirkara eased into the semi-finals of the FA Trophy following a 3-0 win over Division One Qrendi. The Stripes dominated play for long stretches and action was mostly limited to the penalty box of Qrendi as the Greens had no other...

  • Kuzmina finally gets her gold in mass start

    Kuzmina finally gets her gold in mass start

    After two silver medal finishes in the pursuit and individual races, Slovakian biathlete Anastasiya Kuzmina finally got her gold at the Pyeongchang Olympics on Saturday with a superb shooting performance in the women's 12.5km mass start. The...

  • Bjoergen makes history with Norway relay gold

    Bjoergen makes history with Norway relay gold

    Marit Bjoergen skied a triumphant final leg to write her name in the Olympic record books, delivering gold for Norway in the women's 4x5km relay on Saturday and joining countryman Ole Einar Bjoerndalen as the most successful winter Olympian of all...

  • Hanyu defends Olympic title, Uno takes silver

    Hanyu defends Olympic title, Uno takes silver

    Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu took gold in the men's singles competition on Saturday despite several mistakes in an otherwise mesmerising programme, becoming the first man in 66 years to defend his Olympic title and giving Japan its first Pyeongchang...

  • Switzerland's Hoefflin wins surprise slopestyle gold

    Switzerland's Hoefflin wins surprise slopestyle gold

    Sarah Hoefflin claimed the Olympic gold medal in women's freestyle skiing slopestyle in a Swiss one-two at Pyeongchang's Phoenix Park on Saturday. Compatriot Mathilde Gremaud won silver, while Britain's Isabel Atkin took the bronze in a final that...

  • Watch: Czech snowboarder Ledecka stuns Alpine world with super-G gold

    Watch: Czech snowboarder Ledecka stuns Alpine world with super-G gold

      Czech snowboarder Ester Ledecka produced one of the biggest shocks in the history of the Winter Olympics when she tore down Jeongseon slope in bib number 26 to win the women's Alpine skiing super-G on Saturday. The 22-year-old rank outsider --...

  • Willian scores twice as Chelsea advance into last eight

    Willian scores twice as Chelsea advance into last eight

    Willian dispatched two inch-perfect finishes as Chelsea cruised past Hull 4-0 and into the FA Cup quarter-finals. The hard-grafting Brazil forward's smart brace sealed a comfortable Stamford Bridge victory stroll, with Olivier Giroud bagging his...

  • Five things to watch at the Winter Olympics - February 17, Day 8

    Five things to watch at the Winter Olympics - February 17, Day 8

    SKELETON (1220 GMT+1) Hot on the heels of Dom Parsons securing a bonus bronze medal in the men's event, defending champion Lizzy Yarnold and team-mate Laura Deas conclude their skeleton campaigns. Yarnold sits in the bronze medal position 0.10...

  • Rossi turns 39 as MotoGP tests in Thailand

    Rossi turns 39 as MotoGP tests in Thailand

    Valentino Rossi celebrated his 39th birthday on the test track on Friday with MotoGP having a first taste of Thailand's Chang International Circuit that will make its debut on the calendar this year. The Italian great, a nine times world champion,...

  • Watch: Nuggets sink 24 3-pointers, outgun Bucks

    Watch: Nuggets sink 24 3-pointers, outgun Bucks

    Nikola Jokic and Giannis Antetokounmpo each recorded triple-doubles, but Jokic's Denver Nuggets made 24 3-pointers in a 134-123 victory over the host Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday night at the Bradley Center. Jokic needed just 16 minutes of action...

  • Watch: Williams look to Lowe with launch of new F1 car

    Watch: Williams look to Lowe with launch of new F1 car

    Williams showed off their 2018 Formula One car on Thursday, with technical head Paddy Lowe signalling a change of direction as the former world champions seek to get back among the frontrunners. Images of the Mercedes-powered FW41 were shown on a...

  • Huskova wins aerials gold for Belarus

    Huskova wins aerials gold for Belarus

    Hanna Huskova won the Olympic women's aerials to give Belarus their first gold medal of the Pyeongchang Games on Friday. Zhang Xin and Kong Fanyu of China took silver and bronze respectively. The final consisted of three rounds, with the three...

  • Visser resumes normal service for dominant Dutch

    Visser resumes normal service for dominant Dutch

    Dutchwoman Esmee Visser powered to gold in the women's 5,000 metres speed skating as normal service resumed for the Netherlands at the Gangneung Oval on Friday. Defending champion Martina Sablikova of the Czech Republic claimed silver in the...

  • Mayer wins super-G for speed gold double

    Mayer wins super-G for speed gold double

    Austria's Matthias Mayer made up for the disappointment of his injury-hampered downhill title defence at the Pyeongchang Olympics by skiing an error-free run to win the men's super-G on Friday, ending 16 years of Norwegian dominance of the...

  • South Korea's 'Iron Man' wins first Asian sliding gold

    South Korea's 'Iron Man' wins first Asian sliding gold

    South Korea's "Iron Man", Yun Sung-bin rocketed to the men's skeleton gold on Friday and become the first athlete outside Europe or North America to win an Olympic sliding medal after dominating the event at the Pyeongchang Games. "I just want to...

  • Italy's Moioli claims gold in snowcross

    Italy's Moioli claims gold in snowcross

    Italy's Michela Moioli clinched Olympic gold at the end of a dramatic snowboard cross final at Pyeongchang's Phoenix Snow Park on Friday. France's 16-year-old Julia Pereira de Sousa Mabileau won silver, while Sochi gold medallist Eva Samkova of...

  • Swede Hansdotter wins gold, no medal for Shiffrin

    Swede Hansdotter wins gold, no medal for Shiffrin

    Sweden's Frida Hansdotter won gold in the women's slalom as defending champion and clear favourite Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States failed to even reach the podium. Shiffrin has utterly dominated women's slalom, winning four of the last five...