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  • Anna Cappellini/Luca Lanotte
    2014-15 Italian Figure Skating Championships: Marchei/Hotarek cruise
    Former Italian ladies champion Valentina Marchei added a different Italian title to her name today, as she continues her triumphant pairs debut season with a convincing win with partner Ondrej Hotarek. Hotarek won the four previous Italian...
  • Kiira Korpi
    2014-15 Finnish Figure Skating Championships: Korpi, Virtanen win
    2012 European silver medalist Kiira Korpi won her fifth Finnish title today by a solid margin. Korpi took another step in her return to competition this season after two years out of competition.On the men's side, Valtter Virtanen maintained...
  • Gabriella Papadakis/Guillaume Cizeron
    2014-15 French Figure Skating Championships results: Amodio, Meite win
    The 2014 French Figure Skating Championships ended with some familiar faces at the top of the podium. It was Florent Amodio, Mae Berenice Meite, and Vanessa James/Morgan Cipres who repeated as champions. And after three junior championship wins,...
  • Brodeur inducted into QMJHL Hall of Fame
    Brodeur inducted into QMJHL Hall of Fame
    According to Roger Millions of Rogers Sportsneton Friday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Martin Brodeur of the St. Louis Blues will be inducted into the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League Hall of Fame. The official induction will take place at a...
  • Latvia wins two-man bobsled World Cup in Calgary
    Latvia wins two-man bobsled World Cup in Calgary
    According to Donna Spencer of the Canadian Press on Friday, Latvia's Oskars Melbardis and Daumants Dreiskens won a two-man bobsled World Cup at Calgary's Canada Olympic Park. Melbardis and Dreiskens posted a winning time of 1:49.60...
  • Vathje wins World Cup skeleton gold in Calgary
    Vathje wins World Cup skeleton gold in Calgary
    According to the Canadian Press, Elisabeth Vathje of Calgary won a World Cup women's skeleton competition on Friday at Calgary's Canada Olympic Park. The accomplishment by Vathje is remarkable because of the significant slash in funding...
  • Great American backstrokers: The life and acomplishments of swimmer Sybil Bauer
    Great American backstrokers: The life and acomplishments of swimmer Sybil Bauer
    Throughout the course of swimming history there have been many great female backstroke swimmers. None came before American Sybil Bauer.In a life that was cut tragically short due to cancer, Bauer died in 1927 at just 23 years old. Before cancer...
  • Anderson wins World Cup snowboarding bronze in Italy
    Anderson wins World Cup snowboarding bronze in Italy
    According to the International Ski Federation on Tuesday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Jasey Jay Anderson of Val-Morin, Quebec won a bronze medal at a World Cup men's parallel giant slalom snowboarding event in Careeza, Italy. The bronze...
  • Ashley Wagner
    Opining on Grand Prix Final (part 1): Wagner comes back, Tuktamysheva brilliant
    The Grand Prix Final this past weekend in Barcelona saw a slate of thrilling programs - it was certainly the highlight of the season so far, and as expected, because these are the best skaters in the world so far this season.Videos/Play-by...
  • Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford
    2014 Grand Prix Final play-by-play/videos/results: Pairs free skate
    It certainly pays off to have the most difficult free skate in the world, as World bronze medalists Meagan Duhamel/Eric Radford found out over the weekend with their convincing win at the Grand Prix Final. They hit a throw quad salchow to widen...
  • Yuzuru Hanyu
    2014 Grand Prix Final play-by-play/videos/results: Men's free skate
    It's been a challenging season so far for Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu, but he turned it all around at the 2014 Grand Prix Final, winning it by a margin of almost 35 points over home favorite Javier Fernandez. Fernandez recovered from a poor...
  • Crosby has the mumps
    Crosby has the mumps
    According to the Associated Press on Sunday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Sidney Crosby of Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia has been diagnosed with the mumps. Crosby, who plays for the Pittsburgh Penguins, is one of 14 players in the National Hockey...
  • Gushue wins 2014 Canadian Open
    Gushue wins 2014 Canadian Open
    According to Don Landry of Yahoo! Sportson Sunday, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Brad Gushue of St. John's, Newfoundland has skipped his team to a second grand slam title on the World Curling Tour for the 2014-15 curling season. Gushue's...
  • Ancient Korea
    Taekwondo and the Sport of Martial Arts
    As the popularity of Taekwondo has grown worldwide, it is important to understand the separation of the art as a sport and as a martial art. As a supporter of both styles, one cannot argue the fact in which the impact of sport Taekwondo (TKD) has...
  • Hamelin wins men's 1000m short track speed skating event in China
    Hamelin wins men's 1000m short track speed skating event in China
    According to Eurosport, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Charles Hamelin of Levis, Quebec won a gold medal on Sunday in the men's 1000m World Cup short track speed skating event in Shanghai, China. It was an extremely successful weekend for the...