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Killington Sets Ambitious Goals for 2018 World Cup

Organizing committee lays out plan for next season's races.

Mikaela ‘Shiff-win’ Strikes Again

The slalom battle between Vlhova and Shiffrin continues in Vermont.

Killington World Cup Committee announces Gold and Silver VIP Premium Packages

The packages support two good causes and give fans access to unique events and viewing areas.

Vermont resorts rally support for the Killington World Cup

The financial support is a move characteristic of the supportive ski community in Vermont.

USSA announces World Cup plan

USSA hopes to carry this year's momentum into 2017-18.

View from the Mosh Pit at the Killington World Cup

Stats alone don’t tell the story of the East’s first World Cup in 25 years.

Ski racing legends reunite at Killington World Cup

Three Olympians share their experiences with domestic World Cups and volunteering to be a part of history.

Worley attacks tough course, wins first World Cup since injury

Mikaela Shiffrin earned fifth place in front of a home crowd.

Killington Organizing Committee optimistic thanks to extensive snowmaking

Snowmaking crews are working around the clock to prepare for the World Cup.

Killington World Cup tickets now on sale

General admission will be free, but fans can buy a few extra perks for the event.

Killington prepares to ‘kill it’ on the World Cup circuit

Is the Vermont ski area ready for the first East Coast World Cup race in decades?

New start order, ski radius changes confirmed by FIS

All the big decisions made south of the border.

Alpine update from the FIS autumn meeting

Soldeu in Andorra elected to host 2019 World Cup Finals.

FIS Alpine World Cup at Killington proposed for 2016

USSA submits bid to bring alpine World Cup back to New England for first time since 1991.
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