The German athlete made his World Cup debut in Kitzbuehel.
Norwegian becomes first person to win Adelboden, Wengen, and Kitzbuehel slaloms in the same year.
World Cup overall leader Aksel Lund Svindal sustains season-ending injury in crash.
American captures second career podium, making dream come true.
Italian charges from bib 47 to set fastest time ahead of teammate Innerhofer.
Team USA finishes ninth in international competition for juniors.
Austrian Max Franz sustains ankle and wrist injury requiring surgery in crash on the Streif.
Hahnenkamm documentary narrated by Daron Rahlves tours the U.S. and Canada this fall.
The 2015 race winners pose with their new gondola cars at the famed venue.
Kjetil Jansrud once again skis the fastest Hahnenkamm training run.
Hopes to return to competition as early as the Wengen World Cup races in January.
2014 Hahnenkamm downhill winner Hannes Reichelt and Kitzbuehel slalom victor Felix Neureuther are presented with their honorary gondola cars.
2013 NCAA and World University Games slalom champion Joonas Rasanen will likely see more World Cup starts next winter.
There are possibilities looming for these Games, some hidden gems among the roster of the U.S. alpine squad.
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