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  • Germany extends bobsled World Cup winning streak

    Germany is still unbeaten in World Cup bobsled races this season, after Johannes Lochner drove to a victory in a four-man race Sunday. Lochner led after the first heat and

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  • Germany extends bobsled World Cup winning streak

    Germany is still unbeaten in World Cup bobsled races this season, after Johannes Lochner drove to a victory in a four-man race Sunday. Lochner led after the first heat and

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  • Hirscher dominates again to win World Cup giant slalom

    Marcel Hirscher overturned rival Henrik Kristoffersen's first-run lead for a clear win in a World Cup giant slalom on Saturday. Hirscher was near-perfect through the flatter middle section of the

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  • If America Stopped Destroying The World, The Bad Guys Might Win!

    Authored by Cailtin Johnstone via Medium.com, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters on Saturday that the government under Venezuela’s recently re-inaugurated president Nicolas Maduro is “illegitimate”, and that “the United States will work diligently to restore a real democracy to that country.” Pompeo’s remarks, which were echoed by Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton, are interesting for a couple of reasons. The first is because Venezuela’s presidential election in May of...

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  • Alienware Area 51m – the world’s most powerful gaming laptop

    Alienware has launched what it calls the world’s most powerful gaming laptop, the Area 51m.

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  • Mikaela Shiffrin wins 36th World Cup slalom race

    Mikaela Shiffrin capped the best year of her career by reaching another milestone Saturday, overtaking one of her childhood idols to become the most successful female slalom skier in the 52-year history of the World Cup. In the last race of 2018, a slalom in Semmering, Austria, the American added her 36th victory. Shiffrin previously shared the record with Austria's Marlies Raich, who, competing as Marlies Schild, won 35 times before retiring in 2014. "She is my biggest idol beside Bode Miller,"...

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  • Shiffrin squanders chance for 51st World Cup win in Austria

    She's beatable after all. Given her recent form, Mikaela Shiffrin looked nailed on for another win in Austria Friday but the American star slipped from first to fifth after the second and final run of a World Cup giant slalom event. The 23-year-old leads the World Cup overall standings by a huge margin after seven wins already this season, but Shiffrin struggled in Semmering as Slovakia's Petra Vlhova stormed to victory. Shiffrin led by 0.02 seconds from Austria's Stephanie Brunner after run...

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