Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Double gold for Switzerland in World Juniors giant slalom

Swiss capture second and third gold medals of the championships with dual victories.

Arvidsson and Grenier crowned World Junior Champions on historic day for North Americans

American men stack four in the top 10 as the U.S. and Canada combine for double downhill golds.

Olympic gold medalist Bill Johnson dies at 55

Ski racing's Bad Boy is gone.

Benjamin Raich announces retirement from World Cup

Raich and wife Marlies Schild expecting first child next month.

ANC titles awarded at Coronet Peak

Season finale proves exciting as Continental Cup racing concludes in Australia and New Zealand.

Dominique Gisin to serve as Athlete Role Model

A total of 15 Athlete Role Models will support those attending the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games.

World champion Kueng suffers knee injury

Downhill winner from Beaver Creek to miss team's training camp in Chile.

Fischer, Razzoli remain a team for 2 more years

Slalom specialist with unusually large feet finds boot fit with VACUUM technology.

Austria loses another star as Zettel announces retirement

Zettel is the fifth Austrian woman to announce her retirement this season.

Vanessa-Mae gets skiing ban overturned

Court clears Vanessa-Mae of breaching FIS betting and other anti-corruption rules.

Olympic champion Fischbacher retires

Fischbacher is the third Austrian woman to retire this season.

Mark your calendars: The 2015-16 women’s World Cup schedule is out

The schedule hits all the regular stops on tour for the women.

Merryweather, O’Brien: Newest additions to the C Team

After a successful 2015 campaign, both young ladies were nominated directly to the C Team.

Nicole Hosp says goodbye

Hosp retires from ski racing as one of Austria's most decorated female athletes.

Kristoffersen wins 5th World Juniors title on home snow

Equals record set by Benni Raich for most Junior World Championship victories.

Black Diamond: Bravo Vail/Beaver Creek

As the Marseillaise echoed off the Birds of Prey slope, it was a fitting end to what has been one of the better World Championships.

Hometown hero Shiffrin strikes slalom gold

Hansdotter and Strachova claim silver and bronze, respectively.

Ligety makes history in gold medal defense on home soil

Ligety becomes first male skier ever to win three GS world titles.

Near crash can’t keep Anna Fenninger from gold

Second gold and third medal for the Austrian ace at Vail/Beaver Creek World Championships.

Canadian redemption shines silver at duals race

Defending champion Austria pulls off third World Championships team win.

Maze blocks Austrian podium sweep in World Champs combined

Hosp, Kirchgasser, Fenninger go 2-3-4 following slalom leg.

Maze leads after downhill leg of combined

Team Austria sits in striking distance.

With a little luck, Hirscher grabs combined gold

Jansrud wins first World Champs medal with silver, Ligety bronze.

Downhill silver for Squaw Valley’s Ganong

Kueng wins gold and Nyman just off the podium in fourth.
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