Saturday, November 28, 2020
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Dustin Cook sustains knee injury while training in Austria

Second major knee injury in one day to World Cup regulars in lead up to Soelden opener.

VIDEO: Dustin Cook shares insights into past success and the future

Cook has become "just a little more consistent, a little bit stronger, a little bit faster."

Fischer, Razzoli remain a team for 2 more years

Slalom specialist with unusually large feet finds boot fit with VACUUM technology.

Hirscher skis for win, globe over Neureuther in Meribel

German admits to struggling with back pain over the past two weeks.

Kristoffersen takes first GS win at last race of the season

Hirscher collects the giant slalom globe and further distances himself from Jansrud in the overall.

Controlled run for Shiffrin earns race win, third slalom globe

Overall standings heat up between Fenninger and Maze — to be determined in Sunday's GS.

Baud tears ACL in team event at Meribel

French technical specialist to undergo surgery on March 30.

Switzerland wins team event at World Cup Finals

Only seven nations opt to participate in Friday's team race.

Vonn’s comeback season capped off with 19th globe

Canadian Dustin Cook wins his first ever World Cup race in the men's super G.

No math necessary to determine downhill globes

Lindsey Vonn and Kjetil Jansrud both win the downhill race at World Cup Finals to claim discipline titles.

Vonn, McKennis open World Cup Finals with fastest training runs

Last races of the season kick off in Meribel, France.

Early end to season possible for Mancuso

Hip pain forces the speed star to return to the U.S. for an evaluation.

With Kvitfjell win, Reichelt threatens downhill title

Led by Ganong, Americans place four in top 15.

Ruiz Castillo joins Maze and Rebensburg on Stoeckli

The Spanish speed specialist moves from Salomon to the Swiss manufacturer.
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