The podium had fans experiencing deja vu.
"When I'm skiing, nothing else matters."
Seawolf alumna replaces Julie-Pierre Leclerc who departed in the spring.
Insists latest injury sustained in New Zealand is just a minor setback.
"Our racing family sticks together, in good times and also in not so good times, and ... it pays off."
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.
2013 NCAA and World University Games slalom champion Joonas Rasanen will likely see more World Cup starts next winter.
Sandro Viletta of Italy skis a gutsy slalom run to win super combined gold; Miller best for U.S. in sixth.
What the Loch Ness Monster, Sasquatch, and Hirscher’s supposed straddle in Schladming all have in common.
After her latest injury, Vonn rules out competing in Beaver Creek next week but optimistically eyes a return in Lake Louise.
- Advertisment -
Ski racing is an individual sport. Racer against the clock. Fastest to the finish wins. But in Laurence St-Germain’s world, competitive teammates are the difference-makers...
On Thursday, the men's giant slalom races that had been scheduled for Val d'Isere Dec. 5-6 were officially moved to Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy,...
Mikaela Shiffrin will skip World Cup races in Switzerland this weekend after missing training time in speed events during the coronavirus pandemic, according to...
Looking ahead to a race schedule riddled with “ifs” and unknowns, Ryan Cochran-Siegle is planning to “let it all hang out” this season. One...