Tuesday, December 1, 2020
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Kristoffersen repeats as Schladming slalom champion

The podium had fans experiencing deja vu.

VIDEO: Getting to know Norway’s Henrik Kristoffersen

"When I'm skiing, nothing else matters."

Berecz takes over as assistant alpine coach at Alaska Anchorage

Seawolf alumna replaces Julie-Pierre Leclerc who departed in the spring.

Lindsey Vonn back in the gym despite ankle fracture

Insists latest injury sustained in New Zealand is just a minor setback.

Khoroshilov renews Fischer contract for 2 more years

"Our racing family sticks together, in good times and also in not so good times, and ... it pays off."

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.

Maze and Fenninger steal the downhill show

Lara Gut grabs bronze in World Championship event.

Nadia Fanchini focuses on SG and GS

The 2013 World Championships downhill silver medalist will concentrate on super G and GS in the coming season.

Young gun Kristoffersen still feels like a kid

"I got a few more Instagram followers, but the rest is pretty much the same as it was before," Henrik Kristoffersen said of his breakout season.

New Mexico’s Rasanen named to Finnish national team

2013 NCAA and World University Games slalom champion Joonas Rasanen will likely see more World Cup starts next winter.

Tearful Pranger settles on retirement

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

Switzerland’s Sandro Viletta is golden in super combined

Sandro Viletta of Italy skis a gutsy slalom run to win super combined gold; Miller best for U.S. in sixth.

Outrage in America: The Hirscher straddle seen only on Universal Sports

What the Loch Ness Monster, Sasquatch, and Hirscher’s supposed straddle in Schladming all have in common.

Worley survives for the win in St. Moritz

A high number of athletes in the top seed failing to finish first run leaves the door open in the St. Moritz giant slalom race.

Matt becomes oldest man to win World Cup slalom

Austrian Mario Matt became the oldest male victor in a World Cup slalom while America's David Chodounsky cruised to a career-best result in Val d'Isere.

Vonn hoping to race Lake Louise, rules out Beaver Creek

After her latest injury, Vonn rules out competing in Beaver Creek next week but optimistically eyes a return in Lake Louise.

Vonn: The pressure is off

Lindsey Vonn unveils the logo for Raptor, the new women’s World Championship downhill course in Beaver Creek, and talks about the season ahead.

World Cup men on the comeback tour

Switzerland's Beat Feuz, Johan Clarey and Julien Lizeroux of France, Austrian Klaus Kroell, and wild man Bode Miller all return to the World Cup this winter following injury.
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