Monday, January 18, 2021

University of Alaska ski team reinstated after successful $628K fundraising campaign

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The University of Alaska Board of Regents has reinstated the university alpine ski team after the program raised enough money to...

UPDATED: Kilde out for the season with knee injury

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Reigning overall champ Aleksander Aamodt Kilde was injured in a fall during super G training in Hinterreit, Austria. Kilde was taken to a hospital...

On tough course, Bassino grabs 3rd GS victory, Shiffrin 6th

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KRANJSKA GORA, Slovenia - Marta Bassino stamped her authority on the giant slalom discipline on Saturday, winning her third World Cup race this season. Coping...

Feller wins first of two in Flachau, takes standings lead

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FLACHAU, Austria - Manuel Feller raced through driving snow to win a World Cup slalom on Saturday after Clement Noël let a first-run lead...

Westminster pulls ahead after Spencer James Nelson Memorial

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The opening NCAA alpine races of the season wrapped up at Eldora in Nederland, Colo., with four slaloms at the Spencer James Nelson Memorial...

NorAm Finals set for Aspen Highlands

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Aspen Snowmass, in collaboration with the U.S. Ski & Snowboard and Aspen Valley Ski & Snowboard Club (AVSC), will host the 2021 NorAm Finals...

Jimmy Krupka undergoes surgery after crash

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U.S. Ski Team athlete Jimmy Krupka suffered a season-ending injury in the super G at Santa Catarina, Italy, on Tuesday. He sustained a boot-top...

World Pro Ski Tour announces return to Steamboat

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The World Pro Ski Tour (WPST) will return to the city of Steamboat Springs during Winter Carnival to host its first and second races...

Men’s Kitzbuehel slalom races rescheduled to Flachau

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The men's Kitzbuehel slalom races scheduled for this weekend, Jan. 16-17, are moving to Flachau. The rest of the scheduled races in Kitzbuehel are...

In Flachau, Shiffrin captures 1st slalom win of season

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FLACHAU, Austria - Not known for exuberant victory celebrations, Mikaela Shiffrin let out a loud scream this time after crossing the finish line. Shiffrin's victory...

Shiffrin leads night slalom in Flachau after 1st run

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THIS IS A FIRST RUN STORY. SECOND RUN STORY AVAILABLE HERE. FLACHAU, Austria - Mikaela Shiffrin led a women's World Cup night slalom after...

Westminster, Utah, MSU get off to fast start at NCAA races in Aspen

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The NCAA circuit kicked off with two successful days of racing, starting the season on a positive note with four giant slalom races at...

Ski Racing Media, World Pro Ski Tour join forces with Jon Franklin as CEO

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Ski Racing Media (SRM), in conjunction with the World Pro Ski Tour and Leever Partners, is pleased to announce the addition of Jon Franklin...

COVID-19 cancels Wengen races, moved to Kitzbuehel

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Due to the recently deteriorating COVID-19 situation in Wengen, the 91st International Lauberhorn Races cannot be held, according to a statement from Swiss-Ski. After...

Mauro Caviezel shares footage of training crash that resulted in TBI

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On Thursday, Swiss skier Mauro Caviezel fell during training in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and suffered a traumatic brain injury, which was later clarified as a "severe...

Austria’s Schwarz wins in Adelboden to lead standings

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - Marco Schwarz salvaged Austria's tough weekend in Switzerland by winning a World Cup slalom on Sunday to lead the season-long standings. Schwarz...

Gut-Behrami’s veteran skills win tricky St. Anton SG

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ST. ANTON, Austria - It took the veteran skills of Lara Gut-Behrami to win a tricky World Cup super-G on Sunday. Even Gut-Behrami veered off...

Pinturault wins giant slalom, ties Miller for World Cup wins

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - Alexis Pinturault won a World Cup giant slalom for a second straight day on the storied Adelboden hill on Saturday, topping...

Tommy Ford airlifted from course after crash

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - American skier Tommy Ford was airlifted to the hospital after crashing in a World Cup giant slalom on Saturday. Ford crashed three...

Johnson captures another podium as Goggia dominates in St. Anton

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ST. ANTON, Austria - Olympic champion Sofia Goggia's high-risk skiing was rewarded with a dominating win in a World Cup downhill on Saturday. Goggia was...

Tough day for Norwegians takes out Braathen, McGrath

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The season is over for Norway's Lucas Braathen, who crashed through the finish in Adelboden on Friday. Braathen lost his balance when his skis appeared...

Pinturault, fastest in both runs, wins Adelboden

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - French skier Alexis Pinturault stretched his lead at the top of the overall World Cup standings by winning a giant slalom...

Women’s races in Maribor moved to Kranjska Gora

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Due to a lack of snow, the women's races originally scheduled in Maribor, Slovenia for January 16-17 have been moved to Kranjska Gora with...

Mauro Caviezel suffers TBI in training crash

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On Thursday, Swiss skier Mauro Caviezel fell during training in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and suffered what is being called a traumatic brain injury, according to Swiss-Ski....
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