Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Paris victorious in stunning Hahnenkamm downhill

Italy claims second Kitzbuehel downhill win in as many years as the French show strength.

French federation confirms selections for 2014-15 season

Will Alexis Pinturault emerge as the top contender for the overall title with a new coach?

Guay wins Kvitfjell downhill with Ganong fourth

Aksel Lund Svindal gains just enough points to wrestle the overall lead away from a resting Marcel Hirscher.

World Cup men on the comeback tour

Switzerland's Beat Feuz, Johan Clarey and Julien Lizeroux of France, Austrian Klaus Kroell, and wild man Bode Miller all return to the World Cup this winter following injury.
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