(Photo: John Lazenby/Lazenbyphoto.com) At race time, temperatures hovered around 16 degrees Fahrenheit, but a brutal 20 to 30 mile-per-hour winds made it downright frigid.In addition to the wind, a steady snowfall made for a soft course in the unique race venue at Parc du Mont-Royal.According to The Sun, the 30-year-old royal was seen cozying up with Guseva at a yacht party in Abu Dhabi at the end of last year."He was clearly very taken by her and kept touching and stroking her and they danced very closely," a source told the tabloid."The two groups left together with Harry looking very happy with himself."''All the girls were after him and he seemed to enjoy dancing with a stunning blonde particularly.The start of the women’s 10.5 k classic mass start at Stage 2 of the Ski Tour Canada on Wednesday in Montreal, Quebec, with (from left to right, front row) Norway’s Ingvild Flugstad Østberg (4), American Jessie Diggins (2), Norway’s Maiken Caspersen Falla (red leader’s bib), and Sweden’s Stina Nilsson leading the pack out.(Photo: John Lazenby/Lazenbyphoto.com) If any World Cup athletes forgot that cross-country skiing is a winter sport, they received a stark reminder on Wednesday in Montreal, Quebec, for the second day of the Ski Tour Canada.Kate Middleton's brother-in-law was in the United Arab Emirates for the Formula One Grand Prix.
The course was windy and narrow with several areas likely to cause bottlenecks in a mass start event with a large (72-woman) field.
Prince Harry, who has been voted among the world's most eligible bachelors, had previously dated Chelsy Davy.
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This factor made start position and staying out of trouble big factors in staying in the hunt.
Racers were issued bib numbers based on their overall Tour standings from Tuesday’s sprint, giving Diggins a front-row start while overall World Cup leader Therese Johaug started four rows back in bib 27 — a spot she is not accustomed to.
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One of the dancers wearing just a red bikini and black hot pants was gyrating on stage to try to get his attention.