Three-time Olympian shares game plan and philosophy towards Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.
The now-lone North American representative on the FIS Council says, with new FIS President Johan Eliasch at the helm, change is coming to the international governing body.
After coming up just five votes short in the recent election for FIS Council, Ken Read says it's disappointing that Canada doesn't currently have a seat at the table. The goal now is to get someone else elected, confirming he will not run again.
Katharina Liensberger’s Instagram bio reads: Ski fast, do what you love, let dreams come true
Imagine downhill racers launching themselves from a 3,899-meter start altitude, racing in the shadow of
Overall World Cup titles may have been claimed by France and Slovakia, and although it
Livio Magoni, the coach of the recently crowned overall World Cup champion Petra Vlhova, has
From Bratislava to Liptovsky Mikulas to Kosice, the Slivovitz, a celebratory drink in honor of
Racers remain agitated and perplexed about the shoddy preparation of the Lino Lacedelli piste –
Asa Ando put on quite the show – displaying speed and form down the Druscie
River Radamus will take to the race hill for Friday’s world championship giant slalom, determined
Nina O’Brien laid down a blistering opening giant slalom run clocking a time just 0.02
Dual gender team events have been contested at world championships since 2005 – the FIS
Nina O’Brien and Paula Moltzan have been nearly inseparable — training, traveling, racing and living
An improved course set eased criticism; however, many racers are still not pleased with the
Breezy Johnson will enter the starting gate at the world championship downhill as a legitimate
PyeongChang 2018 Olympic super-G champion Ester Ledecka, who cruised to an easy World Cup snowboard
Aside from arching turns like no one else has, Ted Ligety’s vast experience, wealth of
Behind the scenes video of snowcat drivers clearing snow below the Tofane Schuss while others
One slope has a storied history dating back nearly 70 years, a piste with mesmerizing
With less than three weeks until the FIS Alpine World Ski Championship, Cortina 2021 organizers
Knee-rattling, unrelenting, complicated by shady sections and producing speeds in excess of 85 miles-per-hour, the
Jean-Claude Killy was at the pinnacle of his illustrious career, Rossignol Strato Skis were soaring
The world’s premier downhillers were eagerly anticipating getting a first taste of Italy’s newest downhill