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Larisa Yurkiw

Top Canadian downhiller announces surprising retirement

Larisa Yurkiw plans to pursue new business ventures and an MBA.

Garmisch DH training runs garnished with challenges

Vonn leads the lone training run in challenging conditions.

Lindsey Vonn breaks all-time downhill record with classic victory in Cortina

Vonn takes her 37th downhill victory to become the winningest World Cup downhill skier ever.

Setting records: The story of Lindsey Vonn’s victory in Zauchensee

American skier wins her 36th World Cup downhill race.

Austrians plus Gut clock fastest times in Lake Louise

Lindsey Vonn skis fastest first split but loses control and seconds over new terrain.

Green light for Lake Louise speed races

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

Canadian national team names 20 alpine athletes for 2015-16

Ski cross and para-alpine teams also nominated.

Fanchini surprises hometown crowd in Cortina downhill

Lindsey Vonn's record hunt has to wait at least one more day.

Vonn wins another cow in Val d’Isere

American skis to 61st career victory and wins a calf while at the French resort.

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.

Remme and Pridy capture Canadian downhill titles

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

Mancuso third fastest in opening Olympic downhill training

Long delay to shave down jump doesn't faze five North Americans who cram into the top 15 in first women's training run.

Kaufmann-Abderhalden wins Val d’Isere, as Vonn struggles in pain

Career-first victory for Switzerland's Kaufmann-Abderhalden, but Vonn's knee injury seems to get the better of her in France.

Just as Gut: Raptor bears its talons

Despite the Raptor course challenging the women's field, Lara Gut wins her third World Cup race of the season.

Gut to the last drop

Switzerland's Lara Gut proved her training runs were no fluke by winning the opening downhill race of the World Cup season in Beaver Creek.
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