The magical female U.S. speed athletes are ready for their first race of the season.
Early races show it's going to be a tight competition for the NorAm speed title.
Swiss star victorious in weather-plagued Canadian finale.
Ladies' World Cup speed action kicked off in the Great White North.
The race is canceled due to snow control for the first time in nearly three decades.
Alberta resort plays host to the Continental Cup following two weeks of World Cup action.
Mikaela Shiffrin finishes 15th in first World Cup speed race of her career.
Former snowboarder Huetter also collects her second podium of the series.
Vonn and Cook go 2-3 in final test run down the track.
Lindsey Vonn skis fastest first split but loses control and seconds over new terrain.
American Travis Ganong picks up his first-ever Lake Louise podium.
Men make adjustments to find additional speed in Lake Louise.
Esteemed Canadian speed skier returns to competition after a year off snow due to injury.
Men's and women's World Cup speed openers confirmed by the FIS.
World Cup slalom skiers seek alternatives following Levi cancellation.
2015 World Championships bronze medalist requires surgical repair of torn tendon.
The schedule hits all the regular stops on tour for the women.
Led by Ganong, Americans place four in top 15.
Lara Gut grabs bronze in World Championship event.
Lindsey Vonn's record hunt has to wait at least one more day.
American skis to 61st career victory and wins a calf while at the French resort.
After cancellation of the third and final downhill training run in Lake Louise, coaches make tough decision.
Ted Ligety decides to skip Lake Louise in favor of preparation for Beaver Creek.
North America has World Cup races, yes, but they pale in comparison to the events put on in Austria.