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Christie clears first hurdle in bid to banish Sochi nighmare in Pyeongchang

By Mark Staniforth, Press Association Sport Olympics Correspondent, Pyeongchang The Scot set an Olympic record in her heat but her time was quickly beaten. Elise

Laura Deas second and first on skeleton training runs to outshine Lizzy Yarnold

By Matt McGeehan, Press Association Sport, Pyeongchang The defending Olympic champion was third and fourth on her two training runs on Monday. Laura Deas outshone

Aimee Fuller 17th as wind impacts day three of the Winter Olympics

By Press Association Sport staff, Pyeongchang United States’ Jamie Anderson won the wind-hit women’s snowboard slope style event. Aimee Fuller finished 17th in the women’s

Christie determined to beat her boyfriend in the race for a first Olympic medal

By Mark Staniforth, Press Association Sport Olympics Correspondent, Pyeongchang The Scot is hoping Shaolin Liu can inspire to her to claim an elusive first Winter

Great Britain set to field women’s football team at Tokyo 2020

London 2012 was the first time ever a women’s football team was put forward by Team GB at an Olympic Games. By Matt Slater, Press

Caroline Wozniacki has plans for her new best friend Daphne

Wozniacki defeated Halep in a dramatic three-set struggle to win the Australian Open and become world number one. By Eleanor Crooks, Press Association Sport Tennis

Katy Mclean wants to continue feel-good factor at Rugby World Cup

Fly-half Mclean believes the feel-good factor surrounding English women’s sport can spur England on at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. By PA Sport Staff England

Spanish female referee Alhambra Nievas to officiate men’s international match

Nievas will become the first woman to referee a competitive men’s international game in Europe. By PA Sport Staff Rugby union history will be made