• South Korea women's hockey team win first game in 19-year history
    The Guardian59 minutes ago

    South Korea women's hockey team win first game in 19-year history

    South Korea’s women’s ice hockey team needed almost two decades to record their first ever victory. The scoreline for Saturday’s breakthrough result would suggest it was worth the wait – and right on time with the Winter Olympics in Pyeonchang less than year away. The South Koreans, currently ranked

  • UK Sport accuses British Cycling of a ‘complete lack of transparency’
    The Guardian5 hours ago

    UK Sport accuses British Cycling of a ‘complete lack of transparency’

    British Cycling’s reputation faces the prospect of another battering after it was accused of misleading UK Sport, the body that provides it with millions of pounds of public money each year, by covering up allegations of bullying in an internal report after London 2012. Liz Nicholl, the chief executive

  • Behind Breaking2
    James Dickens5 hours ago

    Behind Breaking2

    In December last year, Nike unveiled Breaking2, an innovation moonshot to deliver the first two-hour marathon barrier. To make it happen, Nike assembled a diverse team of world-class innovators who are bringing this bold vision to life.

  • Wind power on steroids: Typhoon turbines to provide the ultimate clean energy to Japan by 2020
    International Business Times

    Wind power on steroids: Typhoon turbines to provide the ultimate clean energy to Japan by 2020

    In what could be the ultimate clean energy, Japan is set to start harnessing the energy of typhoons, with wind turbines that are able to withstand intense storms – and turn them into power. Typhoon turbines, also known as the Magnus Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT), were first thought up by Atsushi

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