Saturday, November 28, 2020
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7 questions with the US Ski Team’s Laurenne Ross

Sometimes the sense of community is lost in ski racing, but that's something she hopes to change.

Vonn battles flat light for the double win in Lake Louise

Former snowboarder Huetter also collects her second podium of the series.

Svindal wins by narrowest margin in first speed race back on tour

American Travis Ganong picks up his first-ever Lake Louise podium.

Team Austria hit with another tough loss

Joachim Puchner to miss 2015-16 World Cup season with knee injury.

Redemption for Ted Ligety in Soelden opener

Fanara second and Hirscher third in nail-biting GS race on Rettenbach glacier.

Swenn-Larsson to miss World Cup openers with leg fracture

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

Logan starts off season with World Cup victory

Devin Logan takes opening halfpipe win in New Zealand.

Striedinger switches to Rossignol

Blizzard Tecnica leaves Austrian ski pool and forces speed skier to make an equipment change.

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.

Maze blocks Austrian podium sweep in World Champs combined

Hosp, Kirchgasser, Fenninger go 2-3-4 following slalom leg.

Fanchini surprises hometown crowd in Cortina downhill

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

Historic 1-2 for US aerialists

Caldwell and McKinnon combine for the first 1-2 finish for U.S. women in aerials in 26 years.

Shiffrin successfully defends Snow Queen Trophy

Nina Loeseth skis to first Norwegian alpine women's podium in 12 years.

German Luitz out 6-8 weeks with serious muscle injury

Technical specialist cuts thigh muscle with ski in slalom training crash.

Germans dominate Madonna night slalom

Felix Neureuther and Fritz Dopfer finish 1-2 under the lights in Italy.

Hirscher over Ligety in Alta Badia

The Austrian outpaced the American by 1.45 seconds in the fourth giant slalom of the season.

Men’s NorAms wrap up in Panorama

Canadian Ford Swette and Norwegian Henrik Roea win giant slalom races to close out the series.

Kearney 3rd in duals World Cup opener

In the first dual moguls World Cup of the season, Olympic champion Hannah Kearney claimed her 64th World Cup podium.

Plan Abplanalp – Can the U.S. women find more speed with their new coach?

A new winter is in the air, and a new head coach, Stefan “Stef” Abplanalp, hopes to shake things up.

Ligety names 2015 World Champs slalom contenders

No huge surprises here, but Ted lists his favorites for the 2015 World Championships slalom race in Beaver Creek.

Swiss speed specialist Suter switches to Dynastar

After a long partnership with Stoeckli, the Swiss skier who always seems just shy of the podium makes an equipment change.

Neureuther extends contract with Nordica for 4 more years

Rumored to have tested Head, Felix Neureuther stays committed to his existing sponsor through 2018.

US lands three moguls podiums at Jr. Worlds

On the women's side, Keaton McCargo and Morgan Schild went one-two for the stars and stripes, while Thomas Rowley wins the men's event.

Thomsen and Irwin take Canadian SG titles

Canadian championships continue at Whistler as two national team members snag super G wins.
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