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The Netherlands is now the single greatest speed skating team at an Olympic Games after sweeping the womens 1,500-metre race at the Adler Arena Skating Center in Sochi. Jorien ter Mors set an Olympic-record time of one minute 53.51 seconds to win her first Olympic gold medal. Ter Mors just missed a short track medal Saturday, finishing fourth in the 1,500m. "It is bizarre that I can do this," said Ter Mors, who had to wait nearly an hour to know the gold was assured after skating in the ninth of 18 pairings. Veteran Ireen Wust failed to defend her Olympic title but still managed to win silver in 1:54.09. Wust now has six Olympic medals, including three gold and a victory in the womens 3000m in Sochi. "I admit Im a bit ticked," Wust said. "I had [a gold medal] in me. Maybe I was too keen, too concerned about lap times. You have got to be loose out there on the ice, and then the lap times will come. But I dont begrudge Jorien the gold." Lotte van Beek made it a 1-2-3 Dutch finish with a time of 1:54.54. The Dutch team actually had the top-four skaters as Marrit Leenstra finished with a time of 1:56.40. The Netherlands has dominated the proceedings, taking five gold and 16 medals so far in only eight races, eclipsing the record set by East Germany in the 1988 Games in Calgary. It also as swept events in the mens 500 and 5,000m in Sochi. No Canadian women were able to crack the top 10. Reginas Kali Christ placed 16th in 1:53.51. Christine Nesbitt, of London, Ont., finished 17th with a time of 1:58.67, Winnipegs Brittany Schussler was 26th in 2:00.65, while Brianne Tutt of Calgary, ended up 35th in 2:03.69. It was another disappointing event for Nesbitt, who finished ninth in the 1,000m — her signature event — on Thursday. Nesbitt won gold in that distance at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. She was the 1,500m world champion in 2012, and dominated the World Cup circuit two years ago. But injuries, a battle with coeliac disease and admittedly feeling the pressure of defending Olympic gold have all contributed to Nesbitts dismal season, where she failed to medal in any of the World Cup events. "I think one of the hardest things about winning is that because youve done it once people expect you do it again and again and again," said Kristina Groves, CBC Sports speed skating analyst and four-time Olympic medallist. "I think they forget how hard it is to do that. Nesbitt has had some struggles with injuries, with coeliac disease and that takes a toll over time. But I think she should be proud of this race. I know she was probably expected more but shes been through so much this season. "I thought she looked solid, just a little slow tempo toward the end. I think she should be proud of herself for coming here and giving herself the best chance she possibly could to win a medal for Canada." Arcadia, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Bayern, trained by Bob Baffert, set the pace and held on down the stretch to capture Saturdays $5 million Breeders Cup Classic to conclude the 31st World Championships at Santa Anita Park. The 1 1/4-mile Classic brought together 14 of the best thoroughbreds including undefeated Eclipse Award winner Shared Belief, Kentucky Derby and Preakness champ California Chrome, Belmont Stakes winner Tonalist and Haskell champ Bayern. Ridden by Martin Garcia, Bayern broke sharply from the gate but came into and appeared to bother 5-2 favorite Shared Belief along with V. E. Day and Moreno. Bayern had the lead from the start and was being pressed by 18-1 longshot Toast of New York and California Chrome, the 4-1 co-second pick. Shared Belief was racing sixth as the field went up the backstretch. Bayern continued on the lead into the stretch with Toast of New York and California Chrome to his outside. The three 3-year-olds drove through the stretch as Shared Belief and jockey Mike Smith tried to join the battle. Owned by Kaleem Shah, Bayern was able to hold off Toast of New York and California Chrome, and win by a nose. California Chrome was a neck back in third. Shared Belief gained some ground to finish fourth. The track stewards posted the Inquiry sign after the finish to determine if Bayern had interfered at the start of the race. No action was taken to change the order of finish. This was missing from my resume, said Baffert after winning the Classic for the first time. Completing the order of finish were co-second pick Tonalist, Candy Boy, Cigar Street, Zivo, Imperative, Footbridge, V. E. Day, Prayer for Relief, Majestic Harbor and Moreno. The time for the Classic was 1:59.88, the fastest time since Ravens Pass won in 2008 when Santa Anita had a synthetic main track. That time was 1:59.27. Bayern earned $2.75 million for the victory. The colt has won six of 10 career starts for $4,389,680. Bayern defeated Caliifornia Chrome for the second straight race.dddddddddddd Bayern won the Pennsylvania Derby on Sept. 20 when Chrome finished sixth. Earlier this year Bafferts horse won the Haskell Invitational and Woody Stephens Stakes. Bayern returned $14.20, $8.00 and $5.20. Toast of New York paid $18.00 and $10.80, and California Chrome paid $5.40 to show. Flaxman Holdings and trainer Chad Brown each had two wins Saturday. Flaxman Holdings registered wins in the $3 million Turf with Main Sequence and the $2 million Mile with Karakontie. Trained by Graham Motion, Main Sequence, the 6-1 third pick in the Turf, held off 3-1 second pick Flintshire to win by a half-length. The 5-year-old gelding, ridden by John Velazquez, made his fourth winning start since coming to America from Europe. He previously won the United Nations, Sword Dancer and Turf Classic Invitational. Stablemate Karakontie won the Mile to become the first horse other than two- time Horse of the Year Wise Dan to claim the race since 2011. Karakontie was bred in Japan and raced in France for trainer Jonathan Pease. Brown, who won Fridays Juvenile Fillies Turf with Lady Eli, saddled Bobbys Kitten in the Turf Sprint and Dayatthespa for the Filly & Mare Sprint. Gaining a place in 2015 Kentucky Derby talk was Texas Red, who rallied down the stretch to capture the $2 million Juvenile. The win was put together by the Desormeaux brothers, co-owner and trainer Keith and jockey Kent. The 2-year-old colt, a 13-1 longshot, outdistanced his 10 rivals to win by 6 1/2 lengths and stopped the timer at 1:41.91 for the 1 1/16 miles. Take Charge Brandi, a 60-1 longshot, won the companion $2 million Juvenile Fillies which began the second day of the Breeders Cup. Also posting championship victories were Work All Week in the $1.5 million Sprint and Judy the Beauty in the $1 million Filly & Mare Sprint, The 2015 Breeders Cup World Championships will for the first time be held at Keeneland. ' ' ' nfl jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China cheap jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic cheap nfl jerseys nfl shop wholesale jerseys
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