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  • Feb 26

    Marit Bjoergen

    Norway wins women's cross-country skiing relay

    Norway easily won the women's cross-country skiing relay on Thursday to give Marit Bjoergen her 14th career world championship title. Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen decided the 4x5-kilometre race for Norway on the third leg, taking advantage of a fall by Swedish rival Maria Rydqvist to build a gap of 18 seconds before handing over to Bjoergen.

  • Feb 21

    Therese Johaug

    Johaug leads in women's cross-country skiathlon

    Therese Johaug led a Norwegian 1-2 finish in the women's cross-country skiathlon race Saturday at the Nordic skiing world championships. Johaug pulled away from teammate Astrid Uhrenholdt Jacobsen and Sweden's Charlotte Kalla on the last of four laps of the 15-kilometre race and finished in 40 minutes, 57.6 seconds for her fifth career world title.

  • Feb 21

    Jean Frederic Chapuis

    Smith, Chapuis win skicross World Cup races

    Fanny Smith of Switzerland won a women's ski cross race to cut the gap on Sweden's Anna Holmlund in the freestyle World Cup standings on Saturday. Smith finished ahead of Alizee Baron of France for her 11th World Cup victory and 507 points, eight less than Holmlund, who finished third. France's Ophelie David was fourth.

  • Feb 21

    Mayer leads Austrian sweep in World Cup downhill

    Olympic champion Matthias Mayer led an Austrian sweep of the podium in a World Cup downhill on home snow Saturday. Mayer clocked 1 minute, 49.83 seconds down the rarely used Schneekristall-Zwolfer course to finish a slim 0.02 seconds ahead of Max Franz.

  • Feb 15

    Jean-Baptiste Grange

    Grange wins slalom at worlds in snowy conditions

    Skiing into heavy snowfall, Jean-Baptiste Grange of France won the slalom title Sunday at the world championships after first-run leader Marcel Hirscher of Austria straddled a gate in the deteriorating conditions. Trailing by 0.88 seconds heading into the final run of the last race, Grange had no trouble with the low visibility and snow sticking to goggles as he finished in an unofficial combined time of 1 minute, 57.47 seconds.

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