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Snakes on the snow in Norway might be poisonous

Skiers in Norway have been startled recently when they've come across snakes wiggling over the snow, and in some cases these have been the country’s only venomous species.
In the Media by Martin Laine - 1 comment

Alpine skiing-Hirscher wins third successive World Cup title

Austria's Marcel Hirscher won his third successive overall alpine skiing World Cup title after placing fourth in the giant slalom in the finals at Lenzerheide on Saturday.
In the Media by Reuters

Aching Schild contemplates end of career

Marlies Schild, the most successful slalom specialist in the history of the alpine skiing World Cup, said she was contemplating retirement after finishing third in Lenzerheide on Saturda...
In the Media by Manuele Lang (Reuters)

Alpine skiing-Austria speeds towards World Cup double

Austria was heading for a brilliant World Cup double on Thursday when Anna Fenninger secured the women's alpine skiing World Cup title and Marcel Hirscher took a giant step towards retaining the men's trophy.
In the Media by Reuters

Crash ends Hoefl-Riesch's World Cup hopes

Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch crashed heavily and was taken to hospital at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide on Wednesday, ending her chances of winning the overall title.
In the Media by Manuele Lang (Reuters)

Fenninger puts men in shade in World Cup warm-up

Austrian Anna Fenninger clocked the 16th fastest time of the women's and men's fields combined in World Cup downhill training on Tuesday.
In the Media by Patrick Lang (Reuters)

Jansrud targets overall improvement after Sochi gold

With two wins in three days on home snow in Kvitfjell, Kjetil Jansrud showed there could be greater things to come following his Olympic Super-G title in Sochi.
In the Media by Patrick Lang (Reuters)

Sochi discard Fischbacher wins Crans-Montana downhill

Austrian Andrea Fischbacher beat Sochi gold medalists Anna Fenninger and Tina Maze to win the World Cup downhill in Crans-Montana on Sunday, in the process winning her first race for f...
In the Media by Manuele Lang (Reuters)

Sochi injury ends Weirather's season

The shin injury she suffered in training at the Sochi Olympics has ended Tina Weirather's season, the Alpine skier from Liechtenstein said on Wednesday.
In the Media by Reuters

Op-Ed: Are Canadians living up to the hashtag #WeAreWinter? Special

Olympic fever is in the air, and Twitter is abuzz with nationalistic hashtags like #GoCanadaGo and #WeAreWinter. But are the ordinary Canadians who rally their athletes in Sochi really the winter enthusiasts the media would have the world believe?
Digital Journal Report by Katie Ryalen
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