Monday, February 9, 2015
Sometimes, even a downhiller needs to be reminded to go fast. Patrick Kueng of Switzerland was told by a teammate before the race to just fly. He listened and won.
Former 100-meter world record-holder Asafa Powell of Jamaica settled for second place behind American Trell Kimmons in the 60 meters at Saturday's Boston Indoor Grand Prix athletics meet.
Taiwan won two more medals at the Asian senior and junior cycling championships in Thailand on Sunday, but Asian Games gold medalist Hsiao Mei-yu, could only manage a bronze in the women's omnium after falling in the final race.
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Slovenia ski star Tina Maze added a world title to her Olympic gold medal Friday by winning the downhill at the world championships and crushing the hopes of American Lindsey Vonn.
Saturday, February 7, 2015
For a second straight world championships, a bad crash knocked out a big-name U.S. skier.
South Korean prosecutors announced Friday charges against a doctor for giving Olympic swim star Park Tae-Hwan an injection without disclosing it contained the banned steroid testosterone.
The International Cricket Council vowed Friday to clamp down on live betting to try to ensure a corruption-free World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
India will have to quickly re-discover the art of winning if it wants to retain the World Cup. The India squad goes into the tournament with only four survivors from its 2011 World Cup winning lineup, and seemingly out of sorts following a test series loss in Australia and a failed tri-series campaign.
Friday, February 6, 2015
Bode Miller has waited more than two months for a return to racing after back surgery.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Anna Fenninger was barely across the finish line when she looked up and saw “new leader” flash across the video board.