Thursday, October 1, 2020
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Hirscher to race Levi

Austrian star to return from injury ahead of schedule.

Soelden men’s opener canceled due to wind

Harsh weather forces tough call for FIS and organizers.

Soelden men’s starters to watch on race day

With the season opener on the horizon, lineups are set for race day.

Hirschbuehl injured in slalom training

Austrian rising talent to miss six weeks.

Hirscher out for Soelden, eyes World Cup return in November

Austrian superstar hopes for a November comeback.

Prokopyeva and Vukicevic victorious in SAC downhills

Opening El Colorado downhills go to Eastern European winners.

Germany’s Staubitzer suffers season-ending knee injury

German skier was recovering from back surgery.

Read victorious on final day of Winter Games NZ

Canadian takes second win at Winter Games NZ.

Rochat and Mair claim final Coronet Peak slaloms

Strong international field tested by challenging courses.

Canada and Sweden take day 2 of Winter Games NZ

Read and Hector come out on top at Coronet Peak.

Europeans dominate New Zealand Championship slalom races

Euros take race wins as New Zealand's Robinson continues to impress.

Robinson stuns field in New Zealand National Championship GS

First-year FIS athlete continues to impress in the Southern Hemisphere.

Cortina 2021 breaks ground on new venue

World Championships organizing committee has big plans for race venue.

German veteran Stechert retires

31-year-old speed specialist was a member of the national team for 16 years.

Slovenian men begin training in Gorizia

World Cup winner Bostjan Kline gives injury update.

Mayer receives his Kitzbuehel gondola

Austrian Olympic Champion humbled at the honor.

Smith returns home to Mount Washington Valley

U.S. Ski Team alumnus to head up New Hampshire club's FIS program.

Kristoffersen’s absence exposes rift in Norwegian team

Norwegian star's ongoing battle with his federation heads into its second year.

Wilson awarded Jeff Wattenmaker Scholarship

The award winner is headed to Bates College next season.

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.

7 questions with World Cup star Ilka Stuhec

Did you know that she is studying economics while pursuing World Cup globes?

Swiss skier leaves World Cup after 15-year career

Fabienne Suter believes it's time to start something new.

Are plays host to drawn out Swedish Championships

Swedish resort is preparing for the 2019 World Championships.

Norwegian Championships conclude in Narvik

Northern coastal town hosted championships and spread awareness of World Champs bid.
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