Laura Deas finished 11th in the women’s skeleton at the World Championships on Saturday,...

Deas held her overnight position in Igls, Austria, eventually missing the top ten by five hundredths of a second, while Creighton went into Day 2 in 17th before being pipped to that place by just 0.01 seconds over four...

Swift wins gold for GB

David Swift won skeleton gold for Great Britain as he registered the maiden win of his nine-year international career. Swift triumphed in the penultimate race of the Europa Cup (EC) season in St Moritz, beating 42 other sliders in the...

Deas wins World Cup Skeleton bronze

Laura Deas claimed bronze for Great Britain at the first World Cup skeleton race of 2016 in Lake Placid, USA on Friday afternoon.  Deas, who won the season opener in Altenberg in late November and was third in the IBSF...

IOC publishes unprecedented Olympic Movement Code for preventing competition manipulation

In its bid to strengthen the integrity and credibility of sport and for the successful protection of clean athletes, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has published the Olympic Movement Code on the Prevention of the Manipulation of Competitions.  A first...

Jackson returns in style

John Jackson returned to World Cup action for the first time since early 2014 in some style on Sunday as he guided Great Britain to eighth spot in the 4-man bobsleigh.  Jackson last competed at the top level at the...
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