Germany's Corinna Martini claims 1st World Cup luge win
WINTERBERG, Germany (AP) -- Corinna Martini led a German sweep of a women's luge race and claimed her first World Cup victory in her hometown Sunday.
Martini was fastest in the first run and had a combined time of 1 minute 54.543 seconds, 0.167 seconds ahead of world and Olympic champion Tatjana Huefner, who was fastest in the second.
Natalie Geisenberger was third in 1:54.857, while another German, Anke Wischnewski, was fourth.
Huefner leads the overall standings with 540 points after six events, 75 ahead of Geisenberger, with three races remaining.
Olympic champion Felix Loch led a German sweep of the men's race on Saturday, with the hosts claiming the top five places.
Germany's Arndt wins 4-man bobsled World Cup event
ST. MORITZ, Switzerland (AP) -- Maximilian Arndt of Germany completed a bobsled World Cup victory double Sunday, winning a four-man event a day after taking the two-man competition.
Arndt piloted Germany 1 to a combined two-run time of 2 minutes, 10.51 seconds, with world champion Manuel Machata's Germany 2 bob trailing by 0.21 in second.
Edgars Maskalans in Latvia 1 was 0.24 behind Arndt in third.
Steven Holcomb in United States 1 tied for fourth with overall World Cup leader Alexsandr Zubkov of Russia. They trailed Arndt by 0.31.
Zubkov leads the standings by 42 points over Arndt, who got 225 points for victory. Defending champion Machata is third and Holcomb stands fourth.
The World Cup circuit moves to Canada next month for the final two races.
Cologna, Kowalczyk double World Cup wins
OTEPAA, Estonia (AP) -- Dario Cologna of Switzerland and Justyna Kowalczyk of Poland won classical style events at a cross-country skiing World Cup meet.
The duo scored victories in Sunday's men's 15-kilometer and women's 10K race, becoming double winners at Otepaa in southern Estonia following victories in sprint races a day earlier.
Cologna easily won the men's race in 40 minutes, 12.4 seconds, finishing 24.0 seconds ahead Lukas Bauer of the Czech Republic.
Canada's Devon Kershaw took third place, 25.2 seconds back.
Kowalczyk won the women's event in 29:44.8 to beat Marit Bjoergen of Norway by 21.9 seconds. Therese Johaug of Norway was third, 40.5 seconds back.
Cologna and Kowalczyk won Saturday men's 1.4K and women's 1.2K sprint events, respectively.