Saturday, November 28, 2020
Tags Beat Feuz

Beat Feuz

Swiss Ski Federation names 2017-18 national team

After a successful World Cup season, the Swiss prepare for the Olympic Games.

Jansrud claims hometown win in second Kvitfjell downhill

Norwegian now stands 33 points clear in downhill standings heading into finals.

Feuz claims World Championship downhill title

Switzerland has another gold medal at home.

Mayer gives Austria a Hahnenkamm super-G win

Austrian Olympic gold medalist wows the home crowd for his first win since 2015.

Feuz discusses knee pain, goals for next season

An Achilles injury couldn't kill this Swiss athlete's career.

Double or nothing for Feuz as Kilde takes crystal globe

Young Norwegian claims first career title in sunny St. Moritz.

Nyman second in St. Moritz downhill as Feuz takes the win, Fill the globe

Italy claims first downhill title ever as American grabs fourth podium finish in a row.

Paris claims Chamonix downhill as Nyman nabs second

Italian takes first win of the season while American grabs back-to-back downhill podiums.

Kilde takes surprise win in Garmisch downhill

Kilde becomes fourth Norwegian male to win on the World Cup this season.

Fill claims shortened 76th Hahnenkamm downhill title

World Cup overall leader Aksel Lund Svindal sustains season-ending injury in crash.

Mauro Caviezel avoids surgery on broken leg

Swiss World Cup team takes another hit during training camp in Chile.

Beat Feuz out at least 3 months following surgery

2015 World Championships bronze medalist requires surgical repair of torn tendon.

Swiss make 2015-16 alpine team selections

Gino Caviezel leaps from the B Team to the top-ranking of national team status.

Jansrud leads and Goldberg sits third after downhill leg of combined

Ondrej Bank conscious and able to move following finish line crash, diagnosed with concussion.

Downhill silver for Squaw Valley’s Ganong

Kueng wins gold and Nyman just off the podium in fourth.

Reichelt crashes Swiss party in Wengen

Beat Feuz and Carlo Janka finish second and third with Patrick Kueng fourth on the Lauberhorn.
- Advertisment -

Most Read

Pinturault beats out Kristofferen to take parallel win

Alexis Pinturault edged Henrik Kristoffersen in a floodlit men's World Cup parallel event on Friday for his 30th career win. The Frenchman built a lead...

In parallel debut, Moltzan 2nd; Vlhova takes 3rd-straight win

Petra Vlhova won her third World Cup race in six days Thursday, beating unheralded Paula Moltzan of the United States in a floodlit parallel...

Val d’Isere races moved to Italy

Two men's World Cup races scheduled in France next week were switched to Italy on Thursday because of a lack of snow. The International Ski...

The Pino Preview: Dueling for our attention

While we always come into the season feeling a little blind, not knowing who’s on pace, there’s no better occasion to whiteboard than when...

Pin It on Pinterest