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Aksel Lund Svindal
Aksel Lund Svindal and Ted Ligety both chose to go under the knife to fix nagging problems.
Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.
The men's World Cup speed season kicked off in France on Friday.
World Cup overall leader Aksel Lund Svindal sustains season-ending injury in crash.
American captures second career podium, making dream come true.
Austrian Max Franz sustains ankle and wrist injury requiring surgery in crash on the Streif.
Controversy surrounds the safety of athletes racing in poor visibility.
Austrian quickest as almost half of the starters fail to complete the entire course.
Kilde earns first World Cup podium as Weibrecht snags another top five.
Vikings attack, Americans close behind on day two in practically snowless Val Gardena.
American Steven Nyman looks to join famous company with potential fourth career victory.
Vikings attack in sunny Colorado as Weibrecht charges to a career-best finish.
Norwegian paces field once more as Ganong shows improvement heading into race day.
Norwegian sets the pace, Nyman 10th in first trip down the Birds of Prey.
American Travis Ganong picks up his first-ever Lake Louise podium.
Men make adjustments to find additional speed in Lake Louise.
Hahnenkamm documentary narrated by Daron Rahlves tours the U.S. and Canada this fall.
"Everything you do, you learn something new. You get better as an athlete," says Svindal.
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