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B. 2017-04-30 Russian GP: Valtteri Bottas wins first ever F1 race
C. 2016-07-04 Cuba volleyball players held in rape probe in Finland Tampere, Finland
2014-04-20 8 killed in Finland parachutist plane crash Jamijarvi, Finland
E. 2014-02-22 Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze Sochi
5. 2014-02-21 Sweden tops Finland, into ice hockey final Sochi
6. 2014-02-19 Russian hockey knocked out of Olympics by Finland Bolshoy Ice Dome, Sochi
H. 2012-11-04 Kimi Raikkonen wins classic ahead of Fernando Alonso Abu Dhabi
8. 2012-05-20 Russia defeats Slovakia for world title Helsinki, Finland

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Cuba volleyball players held in rape probe in Finland Map of Tampere Finland  Police investigating an alleged rape are holding six members of the Cuban national team. They are suspected of raping a woman in a hotel 8 killed in Finland parachutist plane crash Map of Jamijarvi Finland
Russian GP: Valtteri Bottas wins first ever F1 race Map of Sochi Autodrom Russia


April 2017 ... more > Top ^
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  Sochi: The Sochi Autodrom has known nothing but Mercedes victories since it began hosting the Russian Grand Prix in 2014


year 2016 Top ^

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year 2014 Top ^

Apr.20
  3 people survived the accident after they parachuted from the Comp Air 8 kit aircraft above airfield, about 45 miles east of the southwestern town of Pori

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  Sochi: Erik Karlsson scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 25 shots, lifting Sweden over Finland 2-1
Feb.19 Russian hockey knocked out of Olympics by Finland Map of Bolshoy Ice Dome Russia
  Sochi: Finland eliminated Russia from the men's hockey tournament with a 3-1 victory, putting an end to the Russians' enormous expectations at home


year 2013 Top ^

Mar.17 Raikkonen made season-opening win at Australian Grand Prix  Melbourne: Raikkonen claims 'easy' victory at Sunday's Formula One season-opener. The Lotus driver came from seventh on the grid to claim maximum point...

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.4   Kimi Raikkonen wins classic ahead of Fernando Alonso  Abu Dhabi: Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel held on to his championship lead despite starting from the pit lane May.20   Russia defeats Slovakia for world title   Russia won the ice hockey world championship Sunday by defeating Slovakia 6-2. The tournament MVP is Evgeni Malkin of the Penguins

year 2010 Top ^

Aug.7 World Sauna event finalist dies   The annual World Sauna Championships in Finland have ended in tragedy with the death of Russian finalist Vladimir Ladyzhensky Feb.26   U.S. buried Finland, 6-1  Vancouver: The six goals tied a U.S. Olympic record for most goals in a period

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.24 Poutiainen wins World Cup opener    Austria: Finland's Tanja Poutiainen beat Kathrin Zettel of Austria by the slenderest of margins to win the opening race of skiing's season Aug.30   Raikkonen victory as India on podium    Belgium: Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen claimed his fourth Belgian Formula One Grand Prix victory in 5 years at Spa to end a run of 26 races without a win

year 2008 Top ^

Aug.3 Kovalainen claims maiden F1 win   Hungary: Finland's Heikki Kovalainen, 26, took advantage of a cruel piece of luck for Ferrari's Massa to claim Formula One victory in the Grand Prix Apr.27 Raikkonen stretches lead with win   Barcelona: World champion has won the Grand Prix in Barcelona to claim his 2nd victory of the season and move 9 points clear in the drivers' championsh... Mar.23 Champ Raikkonen races to Grand Prix win   Malaysia: World champion banished the memory of his disastrous start to the F1 season by claiming a comfortable victory

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Oct.21 Raikkonen champion as Lewis stalls
  Sao Paulo: Kimi Raikkonen claimed his first world title after previous overall leader Hamilton suffered a nightmare end to his season at the Brazilian Grand Prix Sep.16 Raikkonen first in Ferrari one-two    Belgium: Kimi Raikkonen dominated from start to finish to win the Grand Prix for the 3rd straight time, beating teammate Felipe Massa Jul.8 Raikkonen dashes Hamilton's hopes
. England Jul.1 Raikkonen won French Grand Prix. France May.12 Koivu sends Finns into world final. Moscow Mar.18 Raikkonen clinches opening victory  Melbourne: Kimi Raikkonen made a triumphant start to his Ferrari career with a pole-to-flag victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix

year 2006 Top ^

Feb.26   Swedes beat Finns for hockey gold
  Northern Italy: Lidstrom's blistering slapshot early gave Sweden a 3-2 win in the final event of the Games
Feb.24   Finland crushes Russia; Sweden - Czechs
   Italy: Sweden ousted the world champion 7-3. Finland is upending the high-flying Russians 4-0

year 2005 Top ^

Aug.13 Dibaba completes a unique double
Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki

year 2003 Top ^

May.11 Canada gets World hockey title
  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2



    
    

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Dibaba completes a unique double Map of Helsinki Finland  Ethiopian added the 10,000 meters title to her 5,000 gold in Helsinki 8 killed in Finland parachutist plane crash Map of Jamijarvi Finland




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  3 people survived the accident after they parachuted from the Comp Air 8 kit aircraft above airfield, about 45 miles east of the southwestern town of Pori
2010 Aug.7 World Sauna event finalist dies   The annual World Sauna Championships in Finland have ended in tragedy with the death of Russian finalist Vladimir Ladyzhensky



Finland, Sports Winter Sports Timeline ... See World Winter Sports timeline Top ^
2009 Oct.24 Poutiainen wins World Cup opener    Austria: Finland's Tanja Poutiainen beat Kathrin Zettel of Austria by the slenderest of margins to win the opening race of skiing's season



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2017 Apr.30 Russian GP: Valtteri Bottas wins first ever F1 race
Map of Sochi Autodrom Russia
  Sochi: The Sochi Autodrom has known nothing but Mercedes victories since it began hosting the Russian Grand Prix in 2014
2013 Mar.17 Raikkonen made season-opening win at Australian Grand Prix  Melbourne: Raikkonen claims 'easy' victory at Sunday's Formula One season-opener. The Lotus driver came from seventh on the grid to claim maximum point... 2012 Nov.4   Kimi Raikkonen wins classic ahead of Fernando Alonso  Abu Dhabi: Lotus's Kimi Raikkonen won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel held on to his championship lead despite starting from the pit lane 2009 Aug.30   Raikkonen victory as India on podium    Belgium: Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen claimed his fourth Belgian Formula One Grand Prix victory in 5 years at Spa to end a run of 26 races without a win 2008 Aug.3 Kovalainen claims maiden F1 win   Hungary: Finland's Heikki Kovalainen, 26, took advantage of a cruel piece of luck for Ferrari's Massa to claim Formula One victory in the Grand Prix Apr.27 Raikkonen stretches lead with win   Barcelona: World champion has won the Grand Prix in Barcelona to claim his 2nd victory of the season and move 9 points clear in the drivers' championsh... Mar.23 Champ Raikkonen races to Grand Prix win   Malaysia: World champion banished the memory of his disastrous start to the F1 season by claiming a comfortable victory 2007 Oct.21 Raikkonen champion as Lewis stalls  Sao Paulo: Kimi Raikkonen claimed his first world title after previous overall leader Hamilton suffered a nightmare end to his season at the Brazilian Grand Prix Sep.16 Raikkonen first in Ferrari one-two    Belgium: Kimi Raikkonen dominated from start to finish to win the Grand Prix for the 3rd straight time, beating teammate Felipe Massa Jul.8 Raikkonen dashes Hamilton's hopes. England Jul.1 Raikkonen won French Grand Prix. France Mar.18 Raikkonen clinches opening victory  Melbourne: Kimi Raikkonen made a triumphant start to his Ferrari career with a pole-to-flag victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix



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2012 May.20   Russia defeats Slovakia for world title   Russia won the ice hockey world championship Sunday by defeating Slovakia 6-2. The tournament MVP is Evgeni Malkin of the Penguins 2010 Feb.26   U.S. buried Finland, 6-1  Vancouver: The six goals tied a U.S. Olympic record for most goals in a period 2007 May.12 Koivu sends Finns into world final
. Moscow 2003 May.11 Canada gets World hockey title  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2



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2014 Feb.22 Finland routs U.S. 5-0 for hockey bronze  Sochi: Selanne scored two goals and Tuukka Rask had a 27-save shutout, helping Finland rout the United States to win the bronze at the Sochi Games Feb.21   Sweden tops Finland, into ice hockey final
  Sochi: Erik Karlsson scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 25 shots, lifting Sweden over Finland 2-1
Feb.19 Russian hockey knocked out of Olympics by Finland
Map of Bolshoy Ice Dome Russia
  Sochi: Finland eliminated Russia from the men's hockey tournament with a 3-1 victory, putting an end to the Russians' enormous expectations at home
2006 Feb.26   Swedes beat Finns for hockey gold
  Northern Italy: Lidstrom's blistering slapshot early gave Sweden a 3-2 win in the final event of the Games
Feb.24   Finland crushes Russia; Sweden - Czechs   Italy: Sweden ousted the world champion 7-3. Finland is upending the high-flying Russians 4-0