(Reuters) - Germany's Jacqueline Loelling capped a dominant season by claiming her first skeleton world championship gold on Saturday, sliding to victory on her home track in Konigssee. Leading going into the third and final run, the World Cup leader produced a nerveless slide to stay in front of
Germany's Jacqueline Loelling claimed her first skeleton world championship gold by sliding to victory on her home track in Konigssee on Saturday. Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold of Britain moved up into the bronze-medal position after two strong runs on Saturday. Yarnold, who returned this season
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