Monday, March 8, 2021

U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s 2020 Youth Olympic Games Selections

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39 U.S. Ski & Snowboard athletes will compete at next month's Youth Olympic Games

Pinturault leads Beaver Creek GS after first run

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Young Frenchman Alexis Pinturault is making a bid for his first World Cup win with his first run effort in a frigid Beaver Creek...

International Roundup: Europa Cup, Cook, Kildow, Dawson and snowboard worlds

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International Roundup: Europa Cup, Cook, Kildow, Dawson and snowboard worldsThe U.S. men's Europa Cup team is mid-way through a tough race series in Bad...

Lowell Whiteman offering room and board

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An unsuccessful bid for the Toppolino Games trial competitions got the folks at the Lowell Whiteman School at Steamboat Springs, Colo., thinking. Part of the bid...

Wendy Holdener sidelined with injury

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The two-time alpine combined world champion fell on Friday during a slalom training in Saas-Fee and suffered a non-displaced fracture of the right fibula.

NAASF accepting applications for ski racing scholarships

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NAASF accepting applications for ski racing scholarships{mosimage}The North American Airline Ski Federation Foundation is accepting applications for scholarships for the 2004/2005 season from academically...

Paerson back on top in Lienz slalom; Stiegler leads U.S. team in 13th place

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Paerson back on top in Lienz slalom; Stiegler leads U.S. team in 13th placeAnja Paerson regained her winning touch in the women's World Cup...

Johaug leads Norwegian 1-2 finish in 30k championship

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Spectators lined the course and filled the stadium, 100,000 strong. Therese Johaug and her Norwegian teammates did not let them down.Johaug claimed the last...

Kostelic claims Beaver Creek Slalom, Kasper fourth

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Ivica Kostelic has made his reputation on slalom, and although he branched out last season enroute to the World Cup championship, slalom is still...

Swiss crystal globe winner Mauro Caviezel tears Achilles

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The 31-year-old super G champion will undergo surgery next week.

Luke Winters Victorious in Winter Games NZ Parallel Slalom

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Oregonian takes the win under the lights on Friday night.

World Cup Supply Announces Bob Kimball as New COO

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U.S. ski racing supplier gets new executive.

Cross Country: Heikkinen and Khazova win in Davos World Cup, Freeman seventh

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Finn Matti Heikkinen and Russian Irina Khazova claimed their first cross country World Cup victories today (Dec.12) in Davos, Switzerland. Heikkinen took the men’s...

Zubcic wins GS to close gap on discipline leader Pinturault

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BANSKO, Bulgaria - Filip Zubcic won the first men's World Cup race after the skiing world championships Saturday to give new impetus to the...

FIS releases COVID-19 guidelines for World Cup organizers

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FIS' newly released guidelines outline what will be a unique season for athletes, staff, event organizers, and media working at the World Cup level. While thorough and extensive, they are also subject to change.

Kostner claims downhill in Haus; McCarty leads the way for U.S. in ninth

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Kostner claims downhill in Haus; McCarty leads the way for U.S. in ninthItaly's Isolde Kostner edged Austria's Renate Goetschl to win the women's downhill...

BREAKING: Ester Ledecka Wins First World Cup

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After winning gold at the Olympics, the Czech multi-sport athlete finally found a win on the World Cup.

European Report: Miller rocks 'n' rolls back into contention for overall title

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European Report: Miller rocks 'n' rolls back into contention for overall title{mosimage}After the dust settled Sunday in St. Anton, Austria, one thing became very...

Nordic Roundup: Good news for Yanks in Sweden; Snowmakers in Kuusamo; Vasa field already...

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Nordic Roundup: Good news for Yanks in Sweden; Snowmakers in Kuusamo; Vasa field already 40,000-plus{mosimage}X-C World Cup resumes (elsewhere) in Sweden The Viessmann Cross-country World...

Blardone returns to Dynastar/Lange

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Italian Giant Slalom specialist Massimiliano Blardone is returning to the Dynastar and Lange teams, according to Dynastar. With 20 podium placings on World Cup,...

Austrian Legend Egon Zimmermann Dies

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1964 Olympic Champion passed away at age 80.

The World Cup According to Grande: The Spring rush is finally over

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BACK FROM THE SPRING RUSH!So, what to write about? Athletes running to Team Head to pick up a pay check? The coaching changes in...

Pranger leads night race, U.S. has 4 in 2nd run

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The Austrians have won the Schladming night race in five of the last six seasons, a streak they look ready to continue after the...

Goetschl picks up fourth win of the season; Clark, in ninth, leads the way...

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Goetschl picks up fourth win of the season; Clark, in ninth, leads the way for U.S.Renate Goetschl won her fourth World Cup race of...

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