- France's Fourcade, Norway's Solemdal win biathlon Updated: Dec-08-13 10:15 am
- White knows he's man to beat - again - in Sochi Updated: Dec-07-13 12:04 am
- Anchorage snowmaking system to run at low capacity Updated: Dec-01-13 6:19 am
- IOC retesting 350 Turin samples at cost of $500K Updated: Nov-22-13 11:10 am
- IOC using new steroid test on Turin doping samples Updated: Nov-19-13 10:28 am
HOCHFILZEN, Austria - Defending overall champion Martin Fourcade of France took the men's biathlon World Cup pursuit Sunday for his third win of the Olympic season, while Synnoeve Solemdal of Norway defended her win from last year.
With two Olympic gold medals, more than a dozen titles at the X Games - Winter and Summer - and crossover appeal that makes sponsors drool, Shaun White knows everyone will be coming after him in Sochi.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A long-awaited snowmaking system covering cross-country ski trails at Kincaid Park is now functioning, but at much less than its planned capacity.
LONDON - The doping retests from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin involve 350 samples, cost $500,000 and are based on intelligence that targets athletes and events considered most at risk for cheating, the IOC's medical director said.
LONDON - The IOC is using an improved steroid test to reanalyze frozen doping samples from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and may use the same method to conduct retests from the 2008 Beijing Games.