Sunday, November 29, 2020
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Hirscher ends GS season with a bang

Austrian superstar claims race win and season globe in Aspen.

Vlhova wins final slalom as Shiffrin collects globe

The American has officially locked up the season overall title.

Sweden wins team event in Aspen

Scandinavia reigns supreme as the World Cup heads into final tech races.

Reichelt claims final men’s super-G in Aspen

Austria takes the race as Norway collects the globe as speed season ends.

Weirather takes emotional victory in Aspen super-G

The skier from Liechtenstein earns her first World Cup globe.

Italy shines in final men’s downhill of the World Cup season

Paris gets the win, Fill the globe in Aspen.

Stuhec caps off dream season by winning downhill globe

Vonn lands on the podium in front of a home crowd in Colorado.

Speed athletes to watch at World Cup Finals

These Oakley athletes will be competing in super-G and downhill.

New start order, ski radius changes confirmed by FIS

All the big decisions made south of the border.

Spring speed series in Aspen foretells future stars

U.S. Ski Team members and hopefuls shoot for season-best FIS results.

Super G and men’s GS NorAm titles decided in Aspen

Americans sweep the discipline titles and take five of six World Cup spots for next season.

NorAm downhill titles awarded to Frisch and Johnson in Aspen

Four athletes earn World Cup downhill starts for 2016-17.

Shiffrin, Brignone run away with run one in Aspen

Terrain-filled set proves challenging for many as American takes the lead.

How to watch World Cup racing once Universal Sports goes dark

Longtime TV broadcaster of alpine ski racing goes off-air on Nov. 16.

Ladies to make up lost Levi slalom in Aspen

World Cup weekend in Aspen, Colo., now kicks off one day earlier.

Austrian World Cup slalom team scrambles to enter FIS races

World Cup slalom skiers seek alternatives following Levi cancellation.

FIS Alpine World Cup at Killington proposed for 2016

USSA submits bid to bring alpine World Cup back to New England for first time since 1991.

Mark your calendars: The 2015-16 women’s World Cup schedule is out

The schedule hits all the regular stops on tour for the women.

U18 national tech champions crowned at Copper

O'Brien, Radamus, Lebby, and Kenney claim national U18 titles at the opening week in Colorado.

Warner’s World: Independence Days

Is being on the U.S. Ski Team a disadvantage for some athletes?

VIDEO: Shiffrin on racing super G, Levi and Aspen

The gold medalist says she'll shift her focus to tech in the run-up to Aspen.

Black Diamond: Lessons to be learned from Soelden

North America has World Cup races, yes, but they pale in comparison to the events put on in Austria.

Vonn unlikely to race Aspen

Lindsey Vonn downplays reports that she is considering making a start at the Aspen World Cup Nov. 29-30

FIS Congress decisions on alpine ski racing

Council approves modifications to the World Cup calendars, equipment specifications, and quota allocations.
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