AP News reports that the women's World Cup team will return home to quarantine.
Mikaela Shiffrin shares an inside look at her first time back on snow at Copper Mountain in early June.
FIS Alpine takes a behind the scenes looks at Haugen's come-up on the World Cup circuit.
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.
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 June 10, 2020, Canada's Erin Mielzynski announced that she would be leaving behind her Rossignol Heroes to join Atomic Skiing.
The 27-year recently made the switch from long-time sponsor Salomon.
In total, 15 athletes met A and B level criteria and are named to the World Cup team.
The 31-year-old super G champion will undergo surgery next week.
As restrictions at ski resorts lift some World Cup Nations have been able to get back on snow.
The Vail Valley Foundation, organizer of the Xfinity Birds of Prey Audi FIS Ski World Cup, stated that it is too early to determine the possible effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the event.
FIS Council meetings wrapped early this week, providing more clarity coming into 2020-21.
In the latest episode of In My Head, Shiffrin recaps "the most important race of her season."
To avoid further financial loss, the Cortina 2021 Foundation proposed to the FIS Council that World Championships be rescheduled.
The FIS’ Alpine Skiing Committee has put forward new parallel rules for the 2020-21 season that accommodate athlete feedback
Shiffrin will relive her historic 2018-19 season with fans while watching Mikaela's Masterpiece.
With rumors circulating about Veith's retirement, the announcement is reminiscent of Marcel Hirscher's announcement in the past.
An ongoing financial conflict between Swiss Ski and Wengen's organizing committee puts into question the viability of the Lauberhorn on the World Cup calendar.
Prizes include VIP tickets to the Killington World Cup, an Ikon pass, and new Atomic boots, skis, and bindings.
All options are on the table, including a significantly more limited alpine World Cup calendar that keeps European racers closer to home.
The Italian team looks forward to beginning training on the Stelvio glacier June 1.
13 women and 16 men have been selected for Germany's A Team.
This year's national teams were reduced by a total of five people.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, international travel, and domestic regulations, the U.S. alpine team is adapting and planning to make decisions on the fly as training opportunities become available.