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Canadian Olympic medalist to compete for Czech Republic

Jan Hudec to represent familial home in upcoming seasons.

Green light for Lake Louise speed races

Men's and women's World Cup speed openers confirmed by the FIS.

Panda’s ready to get back on snow

Olympic bronze medalist Jan Hudec heads to South America.

Canadian Athletic Director Rufener weighs in on team’s outlook

"We will use this year ... to move up young athletes and build confidence for our senior racers," says Rufener.

Canadian national team names 20 alpine athletes for 2015-16

Ski cross and para-alpine teams also nominated.

Knee surgery for Hudec, who hopes to return next season

Canadian bronze medalist in Sochi to miss 2015 World Championships following meniscus repair.

Nyman shows Saslong ‘who’s boss’

The American dominates in Val Gardena to earn third career win behind Jansrud.

Innerhofer extends Rossignol contract as French manufacturer names full team

Double Sochi Olympic medalist Christof Innerhofer commits to Rossignol until 2017.

Canada names 18 athletes to 2014-15 alpine team

Olympic medalist Jan Hudec and all-around Marie-Michele Gagnon headline next season's Canadian national team.

Racer Next: Now trending in the world of ski racing

Things that could go away, good newish stuff, and great things that will never change in ski racing.

VIDEO: 2014 Whistler Cup full recap

Shaw TV features highlights from the top international event in North America for junior ski racers.

Stauffer released by German team, Jagger moves up with Canadians

Head women's coach in Germany denied contract renewal; Alberta Alpine coach offered job with national team.

McBride retires, heads back to the ranch

Former USST and Canadian men's speed coach leaves the World Cup circuit to spend more time with his family in Colorado.

Remme and Pridy capture Canadian downhill titles

Rising stars capitalize on opportunity at the Canadian national championships in Whistler.

Jansrud shares crowded SG podium with Americans and Canadian

Norway's Kjetil Jansrud gets gold, Weibrecht silver, and Miller and Hudec both earn bronze medals.

Mayer golden for Austria in Olympic downhill

Bode Miller comes up short in men's downhill; Travis Ganong tops for U.S. with career-best fifth place.

Canadians lead ski cross World Cup overall standings

Dave Duncan wins back-to-back ski cross World Cups while Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa wrap up the runner-up spots.

Alliance pays off for Canadians and Norwegians; Guay wins Val Gardena

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.

Svindal makes it 100 for Norway with victory in Val Gardena

Canadian Jan Hudec finishes second and Bode Miller eighth on a foggy day in Italy.

Svindal wins third straight SG in Lake Louise

In front of a hard-charging Austrian team, Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal squeaks out his career fifth super G victory in Lake Louise.
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