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It's natural for athletes to experience some anxiety in the lead up to an event, but sports psychology can prevent it affecting their performance.
Fans filed into the First Niagara Center and took their seats shortly before the players took the ice - for the morning skate.
In this Sept. 15, 2009, photo, Canadian National Ski Cross team member Nik Zoricic of Toronto, Ontario, poses for a photo following a media event at Cypress Mountain, in North Vancouver, British Columbia.
As the fate of the icon of disability sport is determined, some of the athletes who aspire to match the global recognition of the "Blade Runner" hang on the verdict.
Henrik Lundqvist earned his 300th NHL victory and 49th career shutout in the New York Rangers' 3-0 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.
T.J. Oshie scored a goal in regulation and in the shootout to lead the Blues past the Wild 3-2.
Born with a paralysed arm and left homeless by Japan's 2011 tsunami, schoolgirl skier Yurika Abe has overcome severe hardships to compete at the Sochi Paralympics -- and she carries the hopes of her fellow disaster victims with her.
W07156H14-WhytemeadOlympics Whytemead First School hold their own Winter Olympics Day.
By ERIC WILLEMSEN Associated Press KRANJSKA GORA, Slovenia - Olympic champion Mario Matt led a men's World Cup slalom after the first run on Sunday, while fellow Austrian Marcel Hirscher placed sixth and needed to improve in the second run to go top of the overall standings.
John Morris is now just one game away from bringing British Columbia their fifth Canadian men's curling championship, after handing Alberta's Kevin Koe his second loss of the day Friday.
Shannon Szabados is turning pro. The 27-year-old Edmontonian, who backstopped Canada's Olympic women's hockey team to gold in Sochi last month, is joining the Columbus Cottonmouths of the Southern Professional Hockey League for the rest of their season.
Shani Davis won and Brian Hansen finished third in the men's 1,000 as American speedskaters went some way toward easing the disappointment of their Sochi medal shutout.
The collection of gold, silver and bronze medals amassed by Ukraine justified a" in sporting terms a" the decision before Friday's opening ceremony not to boycott the Winter Games in protest at Russia's military occupation of the nearby Crimean peninsula.
Shiffrin led from start to finish, as she did at the Sochi Games two weeks ago. Shiffrin now has Olympic and world championship gold medals and two World Cup titles in her specialty event.
Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup slalom on Saturday to retain her season-long title with one race remaining.
It was the American's sixth career win in the Slovenian resort, making him the first man to win six World Cup races in one discipline at the same venue.