In total, 43 athletes have been named to the 2020-21 U.S. Alpine Team.
13 women and seven men will make up this year's national group.
Weeklong event includes a Facebook Live Q&A hosted by Ski Racing Media
A total of 96 athletes were accepted into one of Swiss Ski's alpine squads — 10 more than in the previous season.
The Olympic champion walks her fans through her thought process on course as she skied to a super G win in Bansko, Bulgaria.
Snow Motion is a show that covers all things winter sports, hosted by former U.S. Ski Team member Brenda Buglione.
At the end of the 2019-20 season, Gian-Franco Kasper steps down, making room for new leadership.
Schnarf, 35, competed on the World Cup speed circuit for 16 years.
Some of your favorite athletes from across generations have taken to social media to entertain and share some happiness during the quarantine.
Miss watching good skiing? Check out this edit of Mr. GS ripping around at Deer Valley before the resort closures.
The 30-year-old walks away from the World Cup with a large collection of accolades and a strong sense of accomplishment.
Swedish tech stars Andre Myhrer and Matts Olsson have opted to retire at the end of the 2019/20 season. Both athletes had...
The 31-year-old Norwegian missed out on 2018/19 due to injury. Now, after earning a couple more top tens int the 2019/20 season she has chosen to end her career.
The 32-year-old has chosen to end his career after a long battle with injuries.
Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, the upcoming men’s World Cup races in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia have been canceled.
FIS has official announced that due the coronavirus outbreak has reached the World Cup, and in turn the Are races are canceled.
The 24-year-old confirmed she will compete, but with no expectations and a few restrictions.
The Italian men's team will not race, spectators have been banned, and media interactions are restricted.
On Monday, the decision to have the men’s field run a slalom during the women’s alpine combined day was a precautionary act...
Mauro Caviezel takes the super G globe, Beat Feuz takes the downhill, and Corinne Suter sweeps the women's field.
Matthias Mayer walked away with the final win of the season and Aleksander Kilde hangs on to the overall points lead.
In a statement from the FIS, the international body confirmed reports that the World Cup Finals in Cortina d'Ampezzo are canceled and will not be replaced.
In a video released early Thursday morning, three-time overall champion Mikaela Shiffrin announced she will return to Europe. The American has been at home grieving the loss of her father, Jeff Shiffrin, who died suddenly on Feb. 2.
Long-time American Downhiller, Wiley Maple, has decided to take it easy after a back injury hindered his World Cup performance.