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International field creates tough competition in Colorado speed series

Athletes competed in unusual two-run downhill races.

Speed athletes to watch at World Cup Finals

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

Canadian Cowboy poised for a strong comeback

Dustin Cook has his sights set on Lake Louise.

Abby Ghent’s Make or Break Season

It’s now or never for the NorAm super G champion.

Dustin Cook sustains knee injury while training in Austria

Second major knee injury in one day to World Cup regulars in lead up to Soelden opener.

VIDEO: Dustin Cook shares insights into past success and the future

Cook has become "just a little more consistent, a little bit stronger, a little bit faster."

Canadian Athletic Director Rufener weighs in on team’s outlook

"We will use this year ... to move up young athletes and build confidence for our senior racers," says Rufener.

VIDEO: The best of ‘Inside Ski Racing’ with Alpine Canada

Do gates hurt? What do World Cuppers wear under their speedsuits? How fast is fast on skis?

Dustin, the Wind

What blew Canadian racer Dustin Cook’s season over the top.

Canadian national team names 20 alpine athletes for 2015-16

Ski cross and para-alpine teams also nominated.

Vonn’s comeback season capped off with 19th globe

Canadian Dustin Cook wins his first ever World Cup race in the men's super G.

Canada to start 9 in Soelden opener

Five women and four men will tackle the Rettenbach Glacier this weekend.

Canada names 18 athletes to 2014-15 alpine team

Olympic medalist Jan Hudec and all-around Marie-Michele Gagnon headline next season's Canadian national team.

Ghent and Werry win NorAm SG titles in tight battles

NorAm super G titles determined by fewer than 20 points for both the men's and women's fields this year.

Rubie just Stowe good, Gibson scores career first win

Americans Brennan Rubie and Libby Gibson claim NorAm victories at Stowe and Sunday River.

Continental Cup standings heading into 2014

An update on overall standings in Europa, NorAm, and Far East Cup standings at the conclusion of 2013.

Cohee takes final Vail NorAm victory amid a slew of career-best results

First NorAm win for Team Geronimo's Nick Cohee who is followed on the podium by Morgan Megarry and Michael Ankeny.

NorAm field gets Cooked at Loveland

Canadian Dustin Cook scores a minimum penalty six point result while American Brennan Rubie charges hard for third.

Same old Soelden, Ligety in lead despite shortened course

After the first run Ted Ligety has nearly a one second lead over his closest challengers, Pinturault and Hirscher.

Men’s race preview: No sure thing in Soelden

A master of unusual training techniques, Bode Miller spent his summer jumping over badminton nets. Will it pay off in Soelden?
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