Austria takes the race as Norway collects the globe as speed season ends.
Paris gets the win, Fill the globe in Aspen.
Italy claims second Kitzbuehel downhill win in as many years as the French show strength.
Kilde takes over lead in discipline standings heading into finals as Weibrecht jumps to fifth.
Italian takes second victory of the season as Americans land two in the top 10.
Italian takes first win of the season while American grabs back-to-back downhill podiums.
Frenchman takes first ever discipline title as teammate Mermillod Blondin jumps to second in the standings.
Another victory for Norway as Nyman finds his first podium of the season at Olympic tuneup.
Norwegian paces both training runs in Jeongseon, South Korea ahead of weekend's test events.
The 2015 race winners pose with their new gondola cars at the famed venue.
Ladies' speed and technical teams head to France to focus on technique.
Marcus Sandell and Samu Torsti join the Nordica squad with two-year contracts.
Jansrud holds a 152-point lead in the overall ahead of Marcel Hirscher.
The American dominates in Val Gardena to earn third career win behind Jansrud.
A total of 51 skiers have been named to the national team groups in Italy.
Erik Guay topped the final training run in Val Gardena followed by teammate Manny Osborne-Paradis in third. American Travis Ganong was fifth.
The top four finishers in the Lake Louise downhill all skied the track within .23 of a second.