Thursday, November 26, 2020
Tags 2015


That’s All Folks!

Looking back at 2016’s list of World Cup retirees.

Hats off to Hansdotter

Swede takes the top step in Lienz, making it five podium finishes in a row.

Yo, Adrien!

Frenchman flies to third career win down dark and challenging Santa Caterina track.

Italian Innerhofer quickest in final training run at Santa Caterina

Darkness and 90+ mph speeds greet racers for second day in a row.

Reichelt fastest in dark, bumpy training run at Santa Caterina

Austrian quickest as almost half of the starters fail to complete the entire course.

St. Anton Women’s World Cup speed races canceled

FIS will work with the Austrian Ski Federation to find an alternative venue.

Kristoffersen goes 2-for-2 under the lights in Madonna

Young Austrian Schwarz earns first podium as Hirscher has close call with a drone.

The Fast and the Furious: PGS Drift

Scandinavians sweep inaugural World Cup event as Jansrud, Svindal, and Myhrer go 1-2-3.

Hirscher bests field for 3rd GS win of the season in Alta Badia

Kristoffersen takes first ever Norwegian podium as Ligety lands in fourth.

Svindal remains perfect in downhill this season

Young American Bryce Bennett breaks through with a thrilling ride down the Saslong.

Viking raid in Val Gardena as Norwegians sweep super G

Kilde earns first World Cup podium as Weibrecht snags another top five.

Svindal fastest as Jansrud joins the party in final Val Gardena training

Vikings attack, Americans close behind on day two in practically snowless Val Gardena.

Svindal leads opening training in Val Gardena, Nyman and Ganong close behind

American Steven Nyman looks to join famous company with potential fourth career victory.

Playing catch-up with Canadian NorAms

Take a look at how the next generation of World Cup stars is faring in the Great White North.

Kristoffersen bounces back to win Val d’Isere slalom

Norwegian gets fifth World Cup win as American Chodounsky has career day

Third time still a charm for Hirscher in Val d’Isere

Austrian claims 16th career GS victory as Americans struggle on La Face de Bellevarde.

Hirscher wins snowy Beaver Creek super G on historic day for Americans

Americans mark historic day as Ligety and Weibrecht both reach the podium.

Svindal shines, Jansrud close behind in Beaver Creek downhill

Vikings attack in sunny Colorado as Weibrecht charges to a career-best finish.

Jansrud sets pace in first training run at Beaver Creek

Norwegian sets the pace, Nyman 10th in first trip down the Birds of Prey.

Ford goes back-to-back in Copper NorAms

Chased by a trio of Attacking Vikings, American bests deep field for second victory in as many days.

Tommy Ford comes from behind in NorAm GS at Copper

American leaps from 14th after opening run to best World Cup regulars.

Twice is nice for Shiffrin in second Aspen slalom

American sweeps weekend slaloms, looks towards next test in Sweden.

Aspen curse reversed as Shiffrin dominates slalom in historic fashion

American sets women's World Cup slalom record for largest winning margin ever.

Gut victorious as Shiffrin slides out in Aspen GS

Swiss star comes from behind to claim 13th career World Cup win.
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