- Date of birth
|1||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Qualification Round||133.5 Q|
|Men's Individual - Normal Hill||259.3|
|1||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final||259.3 Q|
|3||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final, 1st Round||124.9 Q|
|1||Men's Individual - Normal Hill, Final, Final Round||134.4|
|4||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Qualification Round||127.1 Q|
|Men's Individual - Large Hill||282.3|
|2||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final||282.3|
|3||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final, 1st Round||138.8 Q|
|2||Men's Individual - Large Hill, Final, Final Round||143.5|
|Men's Team - Large Hill||1075.7|
|2||Men's Team - Large Hill, Final||1075.7|
|2||Men's Team - Large Hill, Final, 1st Round||543.9 Q|
|2||Men's Team - Large Hill, Final, Final Round||531.8|
Total Medal Leaders
GER 14 CAN 11
GER 10 CAN 8
CAN 10 OAR 9
Total Medal Leaders
Fourcade 3 Bjørgen 2
Bolshunov 3 Nilsson 2
Johansson 2 Bescond 2
Tour de France: Pinot takes Stage 14, Thomas loses ground
France's Thibaut Pinot won the 14th stage of the Tour de France whilst Geraint Thomas lost further ground on leader Julian Alaphilippe.
Tour de France: Alaphilippe beats Thomas in time trial to extend Tour lead
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Tour de France body plans bigger women's event
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Women outnumber men on Team GB for 1st time
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Tour de France: Britain's Yates wins Stage 12, Alaphilippe retains yellow jersey
Briton Simon Yates won Stage 12 of the Tour de France on Thursday as the main title contenders stayed quiet in the first Pyrenean climbs of this year's race.
Froome awarded 2011 Vuelta crown after Cobo doping ban
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