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Davos Sprint World Cup

Australian Phil Bellingham finished the skate sprint World Cup in Davos in 61st place out of 95 starters or in 64% of the field. Phil was seven seconds behind the winner and less than three seconds from making the top 30. 190 more words

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We're done!!!!

Hey all!!

We’re done out last competition of 2014!!!! None of us thought this day would come. We have been working so hard to produce the best routines possible out of the time frame we had to make “Trophy Worthy” performances, causing the swims to just FLEW by!! 105 more words


Mark Pollock steps up in Canadian NORAM

Mark Pollock recorded his best result in an international ski race by finishing 12.8% behind winner Kris Freeman from the USA. This result gives Mark FIS points of 128* which are a personal best and the first time he has scored points under 150 and the first time under 200 internationally. 171 more words

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Davos World Cup - 10/15km Classic

Norway again! In both the men’s and women’s event Norway continued to dominate finishing first and second in both. The story of the season so far is in the women’s event where Therese Johaug has learnt to classic beating the entire field by 42 seconds. 126 more words

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Live Results from Canada

Live results from the Rossland NORAM races are available at http://www.zone4.ca. Racing from Australia are Casey Wright (pictured) and Mark Pollock. The races will begin at 6am Sunday morning Australian time. 16 more words

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Davos World Cup

Jackson Bursill (pictured below) will make his World Cup debut as the circuit moves to Davos in Switzerland. He will be joined by experienced campaigners Phil Bellingham, Callum Watson and Esther Bottomley. 332 more words

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Making progress in the right direction

Re-blogged from Kat & Casey’s blog:

After a short drive in some very snowing conditions we made it to Bozeman, Montana, last Wednesday. Unfortunately the snow did not follow us all of the way, however the ground was white and there was still plenty of it to play around on. 621 more words

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