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DU, CU set to host first NCAA races of season

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For the first time since March, seven colleges will join together for four days of elite domestic racing across two venues. The NCAA circuit...

Pinturault wins giant slalom, ties Miller for World Cup wins

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - Alexis Pinturault won a World Cup giant slalom for a second straight day on the storied Adelboden hill on Saturday, topping...

Tommy Ford airlifted from course after crash

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - American skier Tommy Ford was airlifted to the hospital after crashing in a World Cup giant slalom on Saturday. Ford crashed three...

Johnson captures another podium as Goggia dominates in St. Anton

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ST. ANTON, Austria - Olympic champion Sofia Goggia's high-risk skiing was rewarded with a dominating win in a World Cup downhill on Saturday. Goggia was...

The Pino Preview: Past winner McKennis Duran talks us through St. Anton

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The women's World Cup in Saint Anton, Austria can be summed up in three words: "Eisfall into Fang." In English, it’s the “ice fall,”...

Tough day for Norwegians takes out Braathen, McGrath

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The season is over for Norway's Lucas Braathen, who crashed through the finish in Adelboden on Friday. Braathen lost his balance when his skis appeared...

Pinturault, fastest in both runs, wins Adelboden

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ADELBODEN, Switzerland - French skier Alexis Pinturault stretched his lead at the top of the overall World Cup standings by winning a giant slalom...

Women’s races in Maribor moved to Kranjska Gora

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Due to a lack of snow, the women's races originally scheduled in Maribor, Slovenia for January 16-17 have been moved to Kranjska Gora with...

Mauro Caviezel suffers TBI in training crash

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On Thursday, Swiss skier Mauro Caviezel fell during training in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and suffered what is being called a traumatic brain injury, according to Swiss-Ski....

The Pino Preview: Adelboden hosts rare doubleheader prior to 6-week GS hiatus

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I saw this quote in a friend’s kitchen the other day and thought immediately of this weekend in Adelboden, Switzerland and the hallowed track...

Taylor: Mental health should be a priority in ski racing

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A number of occurrences compelled me to write this article. First, a growing number of professional athletes are coming forward with their own mental-health...

Strasser ends 3-year German drought to win in Zagreb

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ZAGREB, Croatia - Right after becoming the first German skier in more than three years to win a men's World Cup slalom, Linus Strasser...

After training crash, Keely Cashman to sit out St. Anton

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On Tuesday, Keely Cashman announced via Instagram that she will sit out the upcoming speed races in St. Anton.  Cashman has proved to be a...

Ski Tips w/ Daron Rahlves: Tuning and waxing

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Ski Racing Media, in conjunction with Daron Rahlves and WEND Waxworks, is pleased to present an instructional series, “Ski Tips with Daron Rahlves.” In...

The 3 most overrated exercises for skiers

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Pistol squatsBanded Lateral WalksRussian Twists There you go. I gave you the take home message right away. If you wanted to stop reading this article...

Sam DuPratt recounts harrowing Val Gardena crash, talks recovery, future

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Before Sam DuPratt started his skiing career at the University of Utah, he promised himself he would try to make it back to the...

Bryce & Ronnie Avalanche Safety Day is Tuesday

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Six years ago two aspiring young ski racers were killed in an avalanche during a training camp in Austria. To both preserve their memory...

Vlhova edges Liensberger in Zagreb; Shiffrin 4th

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ZAGREB, Croatia - Shortly after winning the first women's World Cup slalom of 2021 on Sunday, Petra Vlhova kneeled with her face down, torn...

Seeking speed: Shiffrin eyes return to super G training

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Since her return to Alpine skiing's World Cup six weeks ago, Mikaela Shiffrin has been solely focusing on her strongest events: slalom and GS. That...

The Pino Preview: With Zagreb coming up, US heads into 2021 with best start...

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Twenty-twenty is done and dusted. A year we will always remember, while we simultaneously try to forget. So, let’s shoot down the middle and...

A Canadian New Year’s wishlist: 10 reasons for optimism

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2020 was a forgettable year on so many levels, but at least we have ski racing … sort of. The season is young, in...

BLIZ USA honored to welcome 3-time Olympian Resi Stiegler

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Hailing from Wilson, Wyo., BLIZ USA's newest Alpine Athlete Force team member has represented the U.S. Ski Team for many years with her skiing...

Olympic medalist Andrew Weibrecht helps restart program at Paul Smith’s College

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Olympic silver and bronze medalist Andrew Weibrecht has been picked to guide the relaunch of the Alpine skiing program at Paul Smith's College, a...

Mayer edges Kriechmayr for Austrian 1-2 in Stelvio downhill

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BORMIO, Italy - Matthias Mayer ended Austria's wait for its first victory of the Alpine skiing World Cup season by winning the classic downhill...
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