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Hannes Reichelt

Merighetti, Reichelt talk about the FIS Athletes’ Commission

The two representatives will serve until 2019.

Reichelt claims final men’s super-G in Aspen

Austria takes the race as Norway collects the globe as speed season ends.

Fill victorious in Kvitfjell super-G

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

Hannes Reichelt recovering after back surgery

The super-G world champion needed surgery after the Austrian training camp in Chile.

Hirscher, Veith headline 2016-17 Austrian national team

Austrians carry a deep roster of 107 athletes from the national team down to the C squad.

Fill claims shortened 76th Hahnenkamm downhill title

World Cup overall leader Aksel Lund Svindal sustains season-ending injury in crash.

Svindal squeaks past Weibrecht for Kitzbuehel super G title

American captures second career podium, making dream come true.

Adrien Theaux tops first training run in Kitzbuehel

Austrian Max Franz sustains ankle and wrist injury requiring surgery in crash on the Streif.

Svindal shines through fog-plagued 86th Lauberhorn downhill

Controversy surrounds the safety of athletes racing in poor visibility.

Yo, Adrien!

Frenchman flies to third career win down dark and challenging Santa Caterina track.

Italian Innerhofer quickest in final training run at Santa Caterina

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

Reichelt fastest in dark, bumpy training run at Santa Caterina

Austrian quickest as almost half of the starters fail to complete the entire course.

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

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

Matthias Mayer skips Soelden as 10 Austrians take to the start

Hirscher leads deep host nation squad heading into Sunday’s opener.

No math necessary to determine downhill globes

Lindsey Vonn and Kjetil Jansrud both win the downhill race at World Cup Finals to claim discipline titles.

With Kvitfjell win, Reichelt threatens downhill title

Led by Ganong, Americans place four in top 15.

Reichelt rolls into Kvitfjell with fastest training run

Kjetil Jansurd is looking to fend off challenges to the downhill title on home snow.

Reichelt misses gate but happy with training run

Kjetil Jansrud knows it's now or never in the chase for the overall.

Austrians’ day in Saalbach: Mayer leads podium sweep

You didn’t need a Schneekristall ball to know this was probably going to be the Austrians’ race.

Reichelt crashes Swiss party in Wengen

Beat Feuz and Carlo Janka finish second and third with Patrick Kueng fourth on the Lauberhorn.

Jansrud rolls through Val Gardena super G

Jansrud holds a 152-point lead in the overall ahead of Marcel Hirscher.

Olympic gold medalist Mayer injured in Pitztal

Soelden start out for the Austrian who hopes to recover in time for Lake Louise.

Austrian downhill team leaves Chile early due to lack of snow

Only Hannes Reichelt will remain in South America as he heads to Ushuaia in Argentina.
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