In St. Moritz, the American wins the last super G race in advance of the World Championships.
Lara Gut claims her first downhill race of the season in front of the Swiss crowd.
Lindsey Vonn becomes the winningest female World Cup skier in history.
With her win at today's Cortina downhill, Lindsey Vonn matches the record set by Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell.
Lindsey Vonn's record hunt has to wait at least one more day.
Maze and Shiffrin finish on the podium in second and third, respectively, in Flachau.
After sending 11 racers, officials call off the super G as well.
After 13 years, moguls superstar Hannah Kearney stays focused on season.
The U.S. women's speed team kicked off the new year with four days of training on the World Championship course.
Felix Neureuther and Fritz Dopfer finish 1-2 under the lights in Italy.
British skier claims three out of four technical victories in Canada.
Canadian Ford Swette and Norwegian Henrik Roea win giant slalom races to close out the series.
Maria Pietilae-Holmner and Frida Hansdotter both find the podium on their home hill in Are.
The women look toward stepping it up on home turf for World Champs.
Are sets the stage for Maze's first win of the year in GS, as Shiffrin logs a top-10 finish.
Fourth Birds of Prey giant slalom victory in a row for the U.S. Ski Team's Ted Ligety.
Birds of Prey course challenges world's best to combine speed with technical ability.
Jansrud wins third race in a row, as Steven Nyman hits the podium.
Adrien Theaux comes away with the fastest time of the morning; Ganong leads Americans in fourth.
Austrian Nicole Hosp claims her first victory since 2008 under cloudy Colorado skies.
Brem and Zettel take top podium steps, and Shiffrin pulls off impressive sixth despite mistake.
Sarah Schleper returns to the World Cup under a new nationality.
Utah’s Winter Sports School graduates first class under new public charter status.
Mikaela Shiffrin falters, finishing 11th, while Hansdotter and Zettel round out the podium.