Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Hirscher to race Levi

Austrian star to return from injury ahead of schedule.

Hirscher takes Levi on tough day for North Americans

40th World Cup win and second Levi reindeer for the Austrian star.

Long may she ‘rein’: Shiffrin takes Levi win

The American slalom star wins the second reindeer of her career.

National teams name starters for World Cup Levi

Several nations make their final picks ahead of opening World Cup slalom.

Kristoffersen to skip Levi due to continuing sponsor conflict

Norwegian skier makes his next move in ongoing conflict with the national federation.

World Cup regulars dominate weekend FIS races

Slalom skiers seek out races in Sweden and Austria.

Ladies to make up lost Levi slalom in Aspen

World Cup weekend in Aspen, Colo., now kicks off one day earlier.

No men’s reschedule, ladies may recover Levi slalom in Aspen or Are

Single pole slalom to be tested on the World Cup in Aspen.

World Cup Levi canceled due to warm weather

FIS officials seek a replacement venue and dates to make up first slalom races of the season.

Swenn-Larsson to miss World Cup openers with leg fracture

Swedish tech specialist hopes to return to racing by mid December.

Mark your calendars: The 2015-16 women’s World Cup schedule is out

The schedule hits all the regular stops on tour for the women.

Warner’s World: Independence Days

Is being on the U.S. Ski Team a disadvantage for some athletes?

Victor and Lars join Rudolf and Ferdl

Reindeer up for grabs find new owners at the 2014 Levi World Cup.

Maze amazes in Levi

Mikaela Shiffrin falters, finishing 11th, while Hansdotter and Zettel round out the podium.

Another reindeer duo up for grabs in Levi

World Cup Levi race organizers to award two more reindeer to this year's winners.

Swiss lose Gini to injury days before Levi

Marc Gini fell during Sunday's slalom training in Sweden and injured his right knee.

Copper time trial helps decide Levi starters Tuesday

U.S. men's team settles on athletes for the World Cup slalom opener in Levi, Finland.

Swiss lose 3 skiers to assorted injuries

Silvan Zurbriggen, Reto Schmidiger, and Joana Haehlen suffer injuries all in the same week.

Continental Cup standings heading into 2014

An update on overall standings in Europa, NorAm, and Far East Cup standings at the conclusion of 2013.

Schild sisters sandwich Hansdotter on Courchevel podium

Canada's "Mitch" Gagnon eighth and Mikaela Shiffrin 12th at the slalom in France.

Nordbotten grabs back-to-back NorAm slalom wins

Jonathan Nordbotten scores double six point results in the opening NorAm slalom races of the season.

Norway’s Mona Loeseth wins opening Europa Cup race

After opening speed races were cancelled, the European Cup season kicks off with technical events in Levi, Finland.

Hirscher cool under pressure, takes first slalom win in Levi

Austria dominates the podium, Norway's Kristoffersen collects third, and Ligety powers to 11th.

Shiffrin dominant in Levi slalom opener

The first run was characterized by unusually tight results, purportedly due to wind, which enabled several ladies from the back of the pack to make flip.
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