Due to injury and illness, Germany will not start two of its top skiers in upcoming World Cup races.
One week before the World Cup opening in Soelden, the FIS race director for ladies speed events was diagnosed with leukemia.
The Italian suffered an torn ACL during the second World Cup downhill race in Lake Louise.
The University of Colorado Buffaloes send a total of 14 student-athletes to Trentino, Italy.
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A total of 17 athletes will compete as members of the aerials squad this year.
Nate Holland had successful surgery to repair a fractured clavicle.
Jessie Diggins anchored a strong U.S. team made up of Kikkan Randall, Sadie Bjornsen and Liz Stephen to take third in the 4x5k relay.
Following brutally cold weather in Nakiska, the opening World Cup ski cross race of the season took place Saturday.
In a deal with EUROVISION, USSA obtains the media rights to the 2015 and 2017 FIS Alpine and Nordic Ski World Championships.
Kikkan Randall powered to the first classic World Cup sprint podium of her career at the season opener.
Six female ski racers from around the country were selected to receive $1000 worth of wax and tuning equipment.
Slovakian Veronika Velez Zuzulova abandons her effort to compete without an ACL, decides to undergo surgery.
World Cup sprint champion Kikkan Randall won a pre-season 1.2-kilometer freestyle sprint FIS race on Sunday.
Take a dive down Raptor, preview men's and women's alpine teams, and find out whose skis got run over by a snowcat at Copper Mountain.
The 2014 U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team was publicly announced at Pagosa Springs Spa and Resort in Colorado.
Mark Rubinstein, a business executive with extensive sports media experience, succeeds Max Gartner as new President and CEO of Alpine Canada.
Lake Louise is given the go ahead to host the first men's speed races of the 2013-14 FIS World Cup season.
It's full speed ahead for the 2013 FIS Beaver Creek World Cup races as organizers received the green light following snow control.
Ski Racing was on hand for the U.S. Alpine Ski Team naming at Copper Mountain on Nov. 8.
Despite undergoing knee surgery in July, former world downhill champion Guay intends to return to racing on home snow.
Top U.S. athletes Mikaela Shiffrin and Ted Ligety will compete alongside a strong list of starters in the slalom races.
Wendy Holdener and six other Swiss skiers look to seize upon the opportunity in Finland.
With over three feet of snow blanketing the Levi Black course, the World Cup races in Finland will proceed as scheduled.