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German veteran Stechert retires

31-year-old speed specialist was a member of the national team for 16 years.

Swedish slalom skier says ‘goodbye’ to World Cup

Byggmark has decided to end his World Cup skiing career.

Czech star Strachova announces retirement

2007 World Slalom Champion finished sixth in the 2017 World Cup slalom standings.

Tina Maze to race in Maribor then likely retire, reports say

Reports indicate that Maze may push out of the start gate at least one more time.

That’s All Folks!

Looking back at 2016’s list of World Cup retirees.

Austria loses another star as Zettel announces retirement

Zettel is the fifth Austrian woman to announce her retirement this season.

Olympic champion Fischbacher retires

Fischbacher is the third Austrian woman to retire this season.

Rising World Cup tech talent Lindh retires at 25

Swede cites lack of motivation as cause for ending his career.

Tina Maze decides on 1-year break from ski racing

Double Olympic and four-time World champion will take the entire 2015-16 season off from competition.

Hans Olsson retires to work for Are 2019

Swedish speed specialist to serve in role with upcoming World Championships in his home nation.

Austrian slalom ace Alexandra Daum retires

Retirement announcements continue into the spring.

Will Julia Mancuso retire?

Mancuso hopes to one day get into work where she can bring her passion and experience to others to help them shine their light.

Rolland forced to retire following latest ACL injury

After missing both the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games and Vail/Beaver Creek 2015 with knee injuries, the former world champion is calling it a career.

VIDEO: Will he stay or will he go?

Bode Miller leaning towards retirement following World Championships crash.

USSA names new Chief Financial Officer

Lifelong skier and athlete Brooke McAffee, CPA, joins the Park City staff.

Canadian slalom specialist Spence retires

Following career-ending leg surgery, Brad Spence hopes to establish a charitable foundation.

Norwegian Mona Loeseth retires at 23

The 23-year-old technical specialist announced via Facebook that she no longer plans to pursue her ski racing career.

Tearful Pranger settles on retirement

The 2009 slalom world champion hopes to seek more professional challenges in life to fulfill his ambition.

Warner Nickerson officially retires

Admitting to fans his "aspirations as a world class skier are gone," Nickerson steps away from life as a competitive athlete.

Vail Resort’s John Garnsey to retire following World Championships

The president of global mountain development for Vail Resorts will retire after the 2015 FIS Alpine World Championships, hosted at Vail and Beaver Creek.

World Cup retirement roundup

Britain's Chemmy Alcott and a handful of other skiers raced their final World Cup events in the 2013-14 season.

Ave Maria: Farewell to the flying, five-discipline phenomenon

Three Olympic gold medals, two more at the World Championships, and six crystal globes: that's a career in anyone's language.

VIDEO: Dark Horse – The Warner Nickerson story

As Nickerson’s professional ski career comes to a close, Bern thought it only fitting to give him a proper send off by offering fans a view of his amazing journey.

Canadians wrap up tech titles

Mike Janyk says farewell to 14-year career dressed in Lederhosen for his final run.
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