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Erik Guay

Guay to Miss 2018 Olympics

Canadian World Champion has yet to race in 2018.

Canucks Bolster Veteran Roster With Fresh Talent

World Championship medalists Erik Guay and Manuel Osborne-Paradis are joined by some talented youngsters for 2017-18.

Speed athletes to watch at World Cup Finals

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

Fill victorious in Kvitfjell super-G

Veteran podium ends the regular World Cup speed season as all eyes are set on Aspen.

Feuz claims World Championship downhill title

Switzerland has another gold medal at home.

Guay golden in St. Moritz super-G

Canada goes first and third as Americans struggle.

Jansrud on a roll with win in Val Gardena super-G

Norwegians go 1-2 with Jansrud and Kilde topping the podium in tight race.

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.

Italian Innerhofer quickest in final training run at Santa Caterina

Darkness and 90+ mph speeds greet racers for second day in a row.

Green light for Lake Louise speed races

Men's and women's World Cup speed openers confirmed by the FIS.

‘STREIF: One Hell of a Ride’ comes to North America

Hahnenkamm documentary narrated by Daron Rahlves tours the U.S. and Canada this fall.

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.

Canadian national team names 20 alpine athletes for 2015-16

Ski cross and para-alpine teams also nominated.

Guay hopeful for return to World Cup in 2015-16

Canada's most decorated male alpine skier unable to defend last season's win in Kvitfjell.

Guay to undergo knee surgery and miss start of season

Will a five-month setback following an additional surgery on his left knee force Erik Guay into retirement?

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.

VIDEO: 2014 Whistler Cup full recap

Shaw TV features highlights from the top international event in North America for junior ski racers.

McBride retires, heads back to the ranch

Former USST and Canadian men's speed coach leaves the World Cup circuit to spend more time with his family in Colorado.

Guay wins Kvitfjell downhill with Ganong fourth

Aksel Lund Svindal gains just enough points to wrestle the overall lead away from a resting Marcel Hirscher.

Mayer golden for Austria in Olympic downhill

Bode Miller comes up short in men's downhill; Travis Ganong tops for U.S. with career-best fifth place.

Bode blasts first downhill training run at Sochi Games

Miller turns in fastest training run as the men take to a revamped Rosa Khutor downhill course.

Innerhofer fastest in Bormio with Bode right behind

The Italians proved fast in training on home snow, but the U.S. Ski Team lands four inside the top 20.

Canadians lead ski cross World Cup overall standings

Dave Duncan wins back-to-back ski cross World Cups while Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa wrap up the runner-up spots.

Alliance pays off for Canadians and Norwegians; Guay wins Val Gardena

In an arrangement where Norwegian and Canadian teams work together at speed events, the alliance placed five skiers in the top 10 down the Saslong.
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