Monday, January 18, 2021

Parallel event sparks controversy in Chamonix

The day's winner, Loic Meillard, among other prominent athletes, took to social media to express their concerns after the race.

BREAKING: 17-Year-Old Alice Robinson Wins First World Cup

The New Zealand teenager held on to the win over Shiffrin by sixth hundredths of a second

In the nick of time, US Ski & Snowboard announces Soelden broadcast option

On Friday evening, just hours before the races were set to begin, U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced a broadcast plan for the Soelden opening...

Shiffrin to skip Soelden opener, flying home

Mikaela Shiffrin postponed her return to World Cup skiing for at least another month on Friday, pulling out of next week's season-opening giant slalom in Austria with a back issue.

Mikaela Shiffrin wins emotional GS in Courchevel

An emotional Mikaela Shiffrin won her first World Cup ski race since the death of her father nearly a year ago. Shiffrin protected her first-run...

Mikaela Shiffrin announces return to Europe

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.

Shock win for Martin Cater, bib 41, at downhill opener in Val d’Isere

Long after most broadcasters had switched to other programs, unheralded No. 41 starter Martin Cater won the first downhill of the World Cup season...

FIS makes it official: World Cup Finals canceled

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.

Coronavirus Update: FIS considers canceling remainder of World Cup season, Cortina unlikely

With Cortina d'Ampezzo under level 4 advisory, CEO Tiger Shaw says US Ski & Snowboard will heed all travel warnings.

2020 North American World Cups canceled

After extended discussions between U.S. Ski & Snowboard, the Canadian Snowsports Association, FIS, and the local organizing committees in Canada and the U.S., all...

Shiffrin Breaks First Record of the Season in Levi, Finland

In the World Cup slalom season opener, Shiffrin brings her slalom win total to 41.

Vlhova Bests Shiffrin in Zagreb Slalom

On Saturday under the lights, Petra Vlhova finally got the win over Mikaela Shiffrin that she has been working for.

Ski Racing Media Releases Full Magoni ‘Spying’ Interview

SRM looks forward to having full transparency with the release of these interviews.

In Flachau, Shiffrin captures 1st slalom win of season

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...

Vlhova suffers injury in Crans Montana, racing in question

The Slovakian team is unsure if she will participate in the tech races this upcoming weekend in Italy.

2020-21 World Cup calendar announced

These new calendars aim to provide a safe environment for athletes to compete and are based on the requirements to reduce numbers and costs for teams, organizers and stakeholders.

Women’s tech series in Ofterschwang canceled

FIS elected to cancel the races due to the current condition of the hill and onset weather.

Shiffrin Smokes the Field in Killington

The American won out for the fourth time in a row in the slalom by 2.29 seconds despite challenging conditions.

Marcel Hirscher, Eight-Time World Cup Overall Champion, Retires at 30

Austrian superstar leaves the sport on top.

Alice Robinson Conquers World Cup Opener

The 17-year-old Kiwi is set to accomplish big things at the cusp of her career.

BREAKING: Marta Bassino Wins First World Cup in Killington

23-year-old Italian takes maiden World Cup win on American soil.

Shiffrin’s Stability in Slalom is Unwavering

After an emotional day on Saturday, Shiffrin collected her 43rd career slalom win on Sunday in exciting fashion.

Alice Robinson Will Not Start in Killington

17-year-old suffered bone bruise in Soelden.

Swiss success in Garmisch super G as injuries knock out a couple big players

A less user-friendly track awaited the women on the second day of racing in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. The ice intensified overnight and the bumps became...

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