Tags Jan Hudec
Jan Hudec to represent familial home in upcoming seasons.
"We will use this year ... to move up young athletes and build confidence for our senior racers," says Rufener.
Ski cross and para-alpine teams also nominated.
Canadian bronze medalist in Sochi to miss 2015 World Championships following meniscus repair.
Double Sochi Olympic medalist Christof Innerhofer commits to Rossignol until 2017.
Things that could go away, good newish stuff, and great things that will never change in ski racing.
Head women's coach in Germany denied contract renewal; Alberta Alpine coach offered job with national team.
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud gets gold, Weibrecht silver, and Miller and Hudec both earn bronze medals.
Dave Duncan wins back-to-back ski cross World Cups while Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa wrap up the runner-up spots.
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.
Canadian Jan Hudec finishes second and Bode Miller eighth on a foggy day in Italy.
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