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Matthias Mayer

Mayer receives his Kitzbuehel gondola

Austrian Olympic Champion humbled at the honor.

Kline claims maiden win in first Kvitfjell downhill

Slovenian breaks through as Jansrud gets another home podium.

Mayer gives Austria a Hahnenkamm super-G win

Austrian Olympic gold medalist wows the home crowd for his first win since 2015.

Olympic champion Matthias Mayer returns to snow

Sochi downhill gold medalist has been recovering from fractured vertebrae suffered last season.

Hirscher, Veith headline 2016-17 Austrian national team

Austrians carry a deep roster of 107 athletes from the national team down to the C squad.

Svindal remains perfect in downhill this season

Young American Bryce Bennett breaks through with a thrilling ride down the Saslong.

Jansrud tops second training run but Ganong close in second

Men make adjustments to find additional speed in Lake Louise.

Downhill champ Matthias Mayer tests out biking skills

Watch Austrian speedster Mayer descend a mountain on something other than his skis.

Matthias Mayer sidelined after super G crash

Olympic downhill champion's start in Soelden comes into question.

Couldn’t be better for Mayer who repeats in own backyard

Travis Ganong pulls off a top-10 finish in less than ideal conditions one day after stomach illness.

Austrians’ day in Saalbach: Mayer leads podium sweep

You didn’t need a Schneekristall ball to know this was probably going to be the Austrians’ race.

Missed gates, a lost tooth and spread eagle in Saalbach

Austrian Max Franz completes the full course with the fastest final training run time.

Jansrud tops 6 Austrians in opening Saalbach training run

Wiley Maple in 20th is fastest American on first day training the downhill course.

Miller fast in Kitzbuehel training, but likely will not race

Kjetil Jansrud once again skis the fastest Hahnenkamm training run.

Ferstl fastest in opening Santa Caterina training run

It was a smooth post-Christmas training run for the men on the Deborah Compagnoni slope in Italy.

Olympic gold medalist Mayer injured in Pitztal

Soelden start out for the Austrian who hopes to recover in time for Lake Louise.

Austria names 20 alpine skiers to 2014-15 National Team

Hirscher and Fenninger headline the most prestigious squad of the Austrian Ski Team for next season.

Mancuso and Haugen win Jon Olsson Invitational

Leif Kristian Haugen and Julia Mancuso win the annual Alpine Challenge dual races at the JOI.

Like sands through the hourglass, coaching changes continue

Andreas Puelacher becomes head men's coach in Austria and Thomas Stauffer finds a new job overnight.

Berthold returns to Germany as head men’s coach

Mathias Berthold rejoins the German Ski Association after four years in Austria.

Caviezel wins Red Bull SKiLLS race on women’s skis

Mauro Caviezel and Denise Feierabend are declared the "masters of all slopes" at the third annual event.

Guay wins Kvitfjell downhill with Ganong fourth

Aksel Lund Svindal gains just enough points to wrestle the overall lead away from a resting Marcel Hirscher.

Switzerland’s Sandro Viletta is golden in super combined

Sandro Viletta of Italy skis a gutsy slalom run to win super combined gold; Miller best for U.S. in sixth.

Mayer golden for Austria in Olympic downhill

Bode Miller comes up short in men's downhill; Travis Ganong tops for U.S. with career-best fifth place.
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