Shiffrin steals the gold medal by 0.02 in a crowded top five. Vonn sets sights on Sunday's downhill.
The first successful World Cup competition since the 2014 Olympics is held at Rosa Khutor.
34-year-old opts to rest ailing knee.
Austrian takes second career Olympic gold.
The Norwegian was fifth before posting the second fastest time in the decisive leg to finish ahead of Swiss duo Marco Odermatt and Gino Caviezel.
After an emotional day on Saturday, Shiffrin collected her 43rd career slalom win on Sunday in exciting fashion.
In a conference call meeting today, the FIS Council confirmed that the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina, Italy will take place as originally scheduled from February 9-21, 2021.
In a world full of unknowns and uncertainties, canceling the Xfinity Birds of Prey FIS World Cup in Beaver Creek has been a tough pill to swallow. But officials at the Vail Valley Foundation (VVF), the event's organizer, believe it was the right decision.
Italian wins first of two downhills this weekend.
Swiss go gold and bronze on the last day of individual competition.
Corinne Suter claims her career-first victory and the first Swiss women’s downhill win on Austrian soil in more than 10 years
Italian star goes two-for-two on home snow.
A total of 96 athletes were accepted into one of Swiss Ski's alpine squads — 10 more than in the previous season.
In the latest episode of In My Head, Shiffrin recaps "the most important race of her season."
FIS Council meetings wrapped early this week, providing more clarity coming into 2020-21.
30-year-old World and Olympic Champion nearly called it a career last spring.
The 27-year recently made the switch from long-time sponsor Salomon.
Slovakia's Petra Vlhova was crowned in front of hundreds of screaming fans in her first win over Shiffrin in the 2019/2020 season.
VIENNA (AP) — A year that turned Mikaela Shiffrin’s world upside down has left the American standout wondering how much time she...
VIENNA (AP) — The usual jitters before alpine skiing’s World Cup season opener won’t be limited to the racers this weekend.
Thanks to new partnerships with Dalbello, Lange, and Marker, Kaestle was able to close the deal after a 23-year absence from the OSV pool.
On Thursday, Thomas “BZ” Biesemeyer announced he would be stepping away from the sport of ski racing. What's next? A lot of studying and the possibility to return to the sport at a later time.
French star claims his first individual World Championship gold.
The race for the overall globe remains tight between Pinturault, Kilde, and Kristoffersen.