• Briana Williams
    World records tumble at both ends of the spectrum

    The Jamaican sprint production line has it’s latest roll out. Step forward Briana Williams. The 15-year old has set a new world record time for the 15-year-old age group. Williams absolutely blitzed it at the Bob Hayes Invitational in Florida, crossing the line in a time of 11.13 seconds.   Official video of @brianastarr21’s 11.13

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    Del Potro stuns Federer to win first Masters title

    Juan Martin del Potro ended Roger Federer’s 17-match unbeaten in the final at Indian Wells. The Argentine ace won a gripping encounter 6-4, 6-7, 7-6 after saving three match points in the final set. It was the 2009 US Open champion’s first Masters 1000 title. Another “arm wrestle” World number one Federer said he had

  • Rio Paralympics swim star Huang dies in car crash

    Five-time Paralympic swimming gold medallist Huang Wenpan has died in a car crash. He was 22. Chinese news agency Xinhua reported Huang was driving alone in Hongya County when he hit a lamppost. We are extremely sorry to hear the news of the passing of China Paralympic swimmer Wenpan Huang. The five time gold medalist

  • Rebensburg claims third GS crown as weather halts World Cup Finals

    Sunday’s action at the World Cup Finals in Are, Sweden was abandoned due to high winds. That meant Viktoria Rebensburg was confirmed as winner of the ladies’ Giant Slalom title. Only France’s world champion Tessa Worley could catch the German but a deficit of 92 points meant the odds were against her. And when the

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    USA break Canadian hearts in sledge hockey final

    Canada were less than 40 seconds away from their first Para ice hockey gold since Torino 2006. Enter USA’s Declan Farmer. The forward scored to tie the game at 1-1. And he found the net again 3:30 into overtime to give USA their third consecutive title. Afterwards, Farmer dedicated the win to Jeff Sauer who

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    Federer survives scare to reach Indian Wells final

    Roger Federer came from a set down to beat Borna Coric in the semi-finals at Indian Wells. The win extended the 36-year-old’s unbeaten run to 17, the longest of his career. Only Juan Martin del Potro stands between the world number one and a 98th career title. Federer changes course Federer came into his semi-final

  • Shiffrin celebrates victory with cancer survivor fan

    Mikaela Shiffrin celebrated her latest win with one of her biggest fans. Having already clinched her fifth World Cup Slalom title, Shiffrin dominated in Are, Sweden. The American beat Wendy Holdener by a massive 1.58 seconds for her 12th World Cup win of the season. Home favourite and Olympic champion Frida Hansdotter was one-hundredth of

  • Halep humbled by Osaka in Indian Wells semis

    Naomi Osaka stunned world number one Simona Halep in the semi-finals at Indian Wells. The 20-year-old Japanese player won 6-3 6-0 in just over an hour for the biggest win of her career. Only Daria Kasatkina stands between Osaka and a first WTA Tour title. Youngsters rise to occasion Osaka gave notice of her form

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    EXO “trembling” as they performed at Olympics!

    Even the biggest stars on the planet get nervous at the Olympics. Chart-topping K-pop music sensations EXO perform in packed stadiums to tens-of-thousands of adoring fans on a daily basis. So surely stage-fright is a thing of the past? But band-member Xiumin has now admitted that he and the rest of the group were “trembling”

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    Weirather takes Super-G World Cup title

    Tina Weirather has claimed the World Cup Super-G title for a second straight year, following the final race of the season in Are. Heading into the race in Sweden, Weirather’s only rival for the small crystal globe was Lara Gut. However, the Swiss crashed out near the start – handing the crown to the Liechtensteiner.