The first slalom race of the year had it all with Mikaela Shiffrin taking the win and breaking Ingemar Stenmark's record for slalom wins...
The Super Bowl of American ski racing went off this past weekend and a few North American racers took full advantage on home court.
NorAm racers took to the slopes of Nakiska, Alberta to battle some challenging conditions for four days of tech racing to close out the year.
The future slalom stars were out in full force under the lights in Zagreb, Croatia with many career-best results taking place over the weekend
The women of the World Cup headed over to St. Moritz, Switzerland to kick off the next block of racing on European soil.
For two days under perfectly blue skies, the men’s speed tour kicked off in Lake Louise, Canada.
The Italian speed venue saw records shattered and multiple season-ending injuries over the three-day span of racing.
Henrik Kristofferson got his season back on track with a win in Levi. The tour heads to North America for stops in Lake Louise and Killington.
The women’s World Cup tour arrived in Garmisch-Partenkirchen for its third speed weekend in a row and the German venue did not disappoint. ...
Even the best fall down sometimes.
In front of a massive Swiss crowd the World Cup Men's Tech skiers put on a show for two days in Adelboden.