German luger Natalie Geisenberger collects long-awaited 50th World Cup win

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Natalie Geisenberger of Germany claimed the 50th World Cup women's luge win of her career on Sunday, her first since returning to the circuit following a one-year break for the birth of her first child.

B.C.’s Cassidy Gray earns points for giant slalom effort in her World Cup debut

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A bundle of nerves atop an imposing giant slalom course ahead of Sunday's second run, 19-year-old Cassidy Gray went to work and earned points for a 26th-place performance at a women's World Cup event in Slovenia.

Mesut Ozil bids farewell to Arsenal, joins Turkey’s Fenerbahce

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Mesut Ozil said farewell to Arsenal teammates and flew to Turkey on Sunday to join Fenerbahce in a bid to reignite a once-flourishing career that faltered in London.

Fate of Tokyo Olympics may need to be decided by United Nations, former IOC...

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Kevan Gosper, a former International Olympic Committee vice-president, is suggesting the United Nations might be the place to decide the fate of the postponed Tokyo Olympics. Gosper did not indicate he had contacted the UN, and it's...

Jets return to practice a day after suspending workouts due to COVID concerns

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The Jets took to the ice at Bell MTS Place Sunday morning before leaving for Toronto for a game Monday against the Maple Leafs.

Canada’s Lewis Irving claims aerials bronze for 1st podium in nearly a year

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Lewis Irving of Quebec City captured the bronze medal in aerials at a freestyle skiing World Cup in Yaroslavl, Russia on Sunday. He was only beaten by Russians Maxim Burov and Stanislav Nikitin.

Kansas City fend off Browns despite Mahomes’ concussion to keep repeat hopes alive

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Kansas City had lost Patrick Mahomes to a concussion but kept their Super Bowl hopes alive with a 22-17 victory over the Cleveland Browns that advanced them to the AFC championship game.

Sadovsky shines in only event of season, capturing Skate Canada virtual challenge

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Roman Sadovsky won the virtual Skate Canada Challenge, his only competition in a season erased by COVID-19.

Kripps, Stones earn back-to-back bobsleigh bronze, leading Canadian 4-man crew

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Canada's Justin Kripps and Cam Stones picked up their second bronze medals at the World Cup stop in St. Moritz, while German sleds swept the gold medals in Sunday's races.

4 more Australian Open participants test positive for COVID-19

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Four more Australian Open participants, including one player, have been recorded with COVID-19 infections and more cases may come to light as testing continues, officials said on Monday.

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