Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Alpine Combined

Austrians fight for National Championship titles

World Cup skiers and rising talent competed for National titles.

Holdener and Gisin treat home crowd to stunning alpine combined performances

Austria's Michaela Kirchgasser repeats her performance from 2015.

Hintermann, Muzaton, and Berthold surprise in snowy Wengen combined

All three podium places started the day outside of the top 30.

Stuhec strikes again with alpine combined victory

The three women on the podium were all first timers in alpine combined.

Alpine combined at Kitzbuehel to be eliminated

Last year's injuries have prompted a new proposal from the Kitzbuehel Ski Club.

Galena Wardle takes women’s combined on day 2 of US Alpine Championships

Wardle wows as Greyhawk venue continues to challenge racers in Sun Valley.

Brennan Rubie crowned national combined champion on tough opening day

Sun Valley's new venue proves a tough test for men's field.

Hadalin, Danioth claim World Junior combined titles

Danioth backs up Youth Olympic Gold with World Junior title in hotly contested race.

Radamus dripping in gold after second win at Lillehammer 2016

U.S. Ski Team up-and-comer claims second medal at Youth Olympic Games.

NorAms switch gears to Whiteface speed

Arvidsson and McJames take wins in super G and alpine combined.

Vive la France as trio sweeps Hahnenkamm combined

Pinturault, Muffat-Jeandet and Mermillod Blondin go 1-2-3 as Bennett finds the top 10.

Cloudy with a chance of champagne showers in Val d’Isere

Switzerland's Lara Gut sneaks by the U.S. Ski Team's Lindsey Vonn to win the combined by one hundredth.
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