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Fitzpatrick and Kehoe storm to silver

Menna Fitzpatrick revealed a unique way of coping with the pressure after winning women’s VI super-combined silver at PyeongChang 2018 with guide Jennifer Kehoe. The duo had already won super-G bronze on Sunday and they produced two brilliant runs to add a silver medal to their collection at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre on Tuesday. And,

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Athletes announced for Paralympic Inspiration Programme

Six athletes and a coach will travel to PyeongChang 2018 to experience the Paralympic Inspiration Programme (PiP) thanks to the continued partnership between the British Paralympic Association (BPA) and Help for Heroes. Five military athletes will join the Programme which is formed of six athletes across five Paralympic sports; Para alpine skiing, Para Nordic skiing,

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 15 in Review

Bronze for Billy Morgan in the snowboard big air means PyeongChang 2018 is officially Team GB’s most successful Olympic Winter Games. Snowboarder Billy Morgan becomes Britain’s first male medallist on snow with big air bronze – Team GB’s fifth medal of the Games Team GB women’s curling rink miss out on bronze after losing 5-3

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 14 in Review

It’s not to be for curling rink Team Muirhead as they lose their semi-final while Emily Sarsfield is all smiles after making her Olympic ski cross debut. Curlers defeated 10-5 by Sweden and now face Japan in the bronze medal match tomorrow Emily Sarsfield reaches the quarter-finals of the ski cross, a best ever British

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 13 in Review

Dave Ryding achieves Great Britain’s best alpine skiing result in 30 years although there is disappointment for Team GB’s male curlers. Dave Ryding finishes ninth in the slalom – Britain’s best alpine skiing result since Martin Bell’s eighth in the 1988 downhill – with Team GB debutant Laurie Taylor 26th. Kyle Smith’s curling rink miss

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 12 in Review

Team Muirhead will contest a medal match at PyeongChang 2018 after qualifying for the curling semi-finals, while Kyle Smith’s rink will need to navigate a tie-breaker with Switzerland in order to keep their Olympic hopes alive. Eve Muirhead’s Team beats world champions Canada to reach curling semi-finals Team Smith defeated by USA and now face

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 11 in Review

Mica McNeill and Mica Moore sit sixth in the women’s bobsleigh standings at the halfway point while it was another very good day for Great Britain’s curling rinks. Bobsleigh’s Micas are just 0.16 off a medal in sixth ahead of the final two runs at the Olympic Sliding Centre Big wins for Team GB’s curling

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 9 in Review

James Woods comes within one place of a medal in a high quality men’s ski slopestyle final while Brad Hall and Joel Fearon are well placed in the bobsleigh two-man event and there’s a win for Team Smith in the curling. James Woods finishes fourth in the men’s slopestyle final, 1.40 points off a medal

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PyeongChang 2018: Day 8 in Review

Medals for Lizzy Yarnold, Laura Deas and Izzy Atkin ensured Team GB enjoyed their most successful ever day at an Olympic Winter Games. Yarnold retains her skeleton title to become the most successful ever British Winter Olympian Deas joins her on the podium with bronze Izzy Atkin wins Team GB’s second medal in PyeongChang with

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Sensational Saturday as Lizzy Yarnold wins gold and Laura Deas bags bronze

Lizzy Yarnold made history as she defended her Winter Olympic Games title and Laura Deas bagged a brilliant bronze during a sensational Saturday for Team GB’s skeleton racers at PyeongChang 2018. Yarnold, who trains at the University of Bath with the British Bobsleigh & Skeleton Association (BBSA), went into the final run two-hundredths of a

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