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Feb 22, 2014
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Skiers slalom their way to Games finish line

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) – The men’s slalom brings down the curtain on the Alpine skiing program at the Winter Olympics on Saturday, one of seven golds to be won on the penultimate day of the Games.

In the slalom, Austria’s Marcel Hirscher is the man to beat. He is seeking to complete a triple by adding the Olympics to his World Cup and world championship titles. However, he missed out on a medal in the Olympic giant slalom on Wednesday.

Feb 21, 2014

Olympics-Skiers slalom their way to Games finish line

SOCHI, Russia, Feb 22 (Reuters) – The men’s slalom brings down the curtain on the Alpine skiing programme at the Winter Olympics on Saturday, one of seven golds to be won on the penultimate day of the Games.

In the slalom, Austria’s Marcel Hirscher is the man to beat. He is seeking to complete a triple by adding the Olympics to his World Cup and world championship titles. However, he missed out on a medal in the Olympic giant slalom on Wednesday.

Feb 21, 2014
Feb 21, 2014

Canadians say British coach fired them up

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) – Canada’s Olympic-winning curling team thanked British coach Soren Gran on Friday for firing them up with his criticism of their “aggressive style” ahead of the gold medal match.

Canada thrashed Britain 9-3 to claim a third successive gold medal and said that the comments from Swede Gran had given them extra motivation.

Feb 21, 2014

Olympics-Curling-Canadians say British coach fired them up

SOCHI, Russia, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Canada’s Olympic-winning curling team thanked British coach Soren Gran on Friday for firing them up with his criticism of their “aggressive style” ahead of the gold medal match.

Canada thrashed Britain 9-3 to claim a third successive gold medal and said that the comments from Swede Gran had given them extra motivation.

Feb 21, 2014

Ruthless Canada win third straight gold

SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) – Canada crushed Britain 9-3 on Friday to win the men’s Olympic curling title for the third successive time and complete a golden double after their women also triumphed.

Led by skip Brad Jacobs, the Canadians were far too clinical for a British team seeking a first men’s Olympic title since 1924.

Feb 21, 2014

Olympics-Curling-Ruthless Canada win third straight gold

SOCHI, Russia, Feb 21 (Reuters) – Canada crushed Britain 9-3 on Friday to win the men’s Olympic curling title for the third successive time and complete a golden double after their women also triumphed.

Led by skip Brad Jacobs, the Canadians were far too clinical for a British team seeking a first men’s Olympic title since 1924.

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      "Sports Business Correspondent, a new role at Reuters. I was previously UK Chief Correspondent and have also worked in Italy, Ireland and the Netherlands during more than 20 years with Reuters. I have also worked as an editor in a number of senior roles."
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