Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Feuz claims World Championship downhill title

Switzerland has another gold medal at home.

Franz takes surprise Val Gardena win as Americans bounce back

Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.

Adrien Theaux tops first training run in Kitzbuehel

Austrian Max Franz sustains ankle and wrist injury requiring surgery in crash on the Streif.

Jansrud tops second training run but Ganong close in second

Men make adjustments to find additional speed in Lake Louise.

‘STREIF: One Hell of a Ride’ comes to North America

Hahnenkamm documentary narrated by Daron Rahlves tours the U.S. and Canada this fall.

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.

VIDEO: Austrian downhillers search for dance rhythm

A two-hour step aerobics and dance class challenges the rhythm of the Austrian men's speed team.

Hargin joins Atomic as official team is announced

Sweden's Mattias Hargin is the latest addition to Atomic's lineup for the 2014-15 season.

Alliance pays off for Canadians and Norwegians; Guay wins Val Gardena

In an arrangement where Norwegian and Canadian teams work together at speed events, the alliance placed five skiers in the top 10 down the Saslong.

Svindal wins third straight SG in Lake Louise

In front of a hard-charging Austrian team, Norway's Aksel Lund Svindal squeaks out his career fifth super G victory in Lake Louise.

For Ganong, Copper is twice as nice

Canada’s Morgan Pridy also has a big day with strong results in the super G and super combined.
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