Pinturault and Worley lead a talented French squad.
Scandinavia reigns supreme as the World Cup heads into final tech races.
Norwegian claims first win of the season in come-from-behind fashion.
Frenchman grabs his first GS win on home snow.
Despite injury, the Frenchman managed a fourth-place finish.
Several nations make their final picks ahead of opening World Cup slalom.
Markus Larsson of Sweden and Anemone Marmottan of France hang it up.
Grandson of 1968 Tour de France winner Jan Janssen claims Dutch citizenship.
Pinturault, Muffat-Jeandet and Mermillod Blondin go 1-2-3 as Bennett finds the top 10.
Patience and experience pays off for World Cup veteran.
Switzerland's Lara Gut sneaks by the U.S. Ski Team's Lindsey Vonn to win the combined by one hundredth.
From nearly ending his career to winning the World Championship slalom, Grange had a wild year in 2014-15.
National championships for Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Italy, France and Slovenia reveal rising stars.
German admits to struggling with back pain over the past two weeks.
Hirscher collects the giant slalom globe and further distances himself from Jansrud in the overall.
Overall standings heat up between Fenninger and Maze — to be determined in Sunday's GS.
French technical specialist to undergo surgery on March 30.
Only seven nations opt to participate in Friday's team race.
Canadian Dustin Cook wins his first ever World Cup race in the men's super G.
Lindsey Vonn and Kjetil Jansrud both win the downhill race at World Cup Finals to claim discipline titles.
Roc de Fer track ready for racing.
Last races of the season kick off in Meribel, France.
Hip pain forces the speed star to return to the U.S. for an evaluation.
Led by Ganong, Americans place four in top 15.