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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."

Dustin, the Wind

What blew Canadian racer Dustin Cook’s season over the top.

Kristoffersen wins 5th World Juniors title on home snow

Equals record set by Benni Raich for most Junior World Championship victories.

Season ends early for Rebensburg, Mowinckel

Torn ligaments mark an early start to spring for Viktoria Rebensburg and Ragnhild Mowinckel.

Silver and bronze for Diggins, Gregg at World Champs

The result marks the best finish ever by the U.S. team at the World Championships.

Canadians Crawford and Philp bring World Champs success to NorAms

Continental Cup action resumes north of the border with World Championship casts on results sheets.

Black Diamond: Bravo Vail/Beaver Creek

As the Marseillaise echoed off the Birds of Prey slope, it was a fitting end to what has been one of the better World Championships.

Ligety makes history in gold medal defense on home soil

Ligety becomes first male skier ever to win three GS world titles.

Canadian redemption shines silver at duals race

Defending champion Austria pulls off third World Championships team win.

Maze blocks Austrian podium sweep in World Champs combined

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

With a little luck, Hirscher grabs combined gold

Jansrud wins first World Champs medal with silver, Ligety bronze.

Downhill silver for Squaw Valley’s Ganong

Kueng wins gold and Nyman just off the podium in fourth.

Kearney wins silver medal at World Championships

U.S. Ski Team's Patrick Deneen just off the podium in fourth.

Catching up with Sochi medalist Innerhofer

Italian Christof Innerhofer discusses his off-season vacations and training leading up to the 2014-15 season.

Olympic silver medalist Missillier moves to Fischer

French tech skier Steve Missillier, who won silver in the Sochi GS, joins his teammates on Fischer next season.

Olympic medalists lead Park City parade

Park City’s homegrown medalists, including Joss Christensen, Steve Holcomb, Ted Ligety, and Sage Kotsenburg, were the hit of Saturday's parade.

Team USA collects record-matching 17 ski and snowboard medals in Sochi

The medal total from Sochi 2014 matched those collected in the 2010 Vancouver Games but also included a record eight gold.

Mario Matt holds on for gold, as Ligety blasts course

Austria's Marcel Hirscher takes silver, and Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway gets bronze; second run course results in 'a battle of attrition.'

Ted Ligety strikes gold in Olympic GS

Frenchmen Steve Missillier and Alexis Pinturault round out the podium with silver and bronze.

Jansrud shares crowded SG podium with Americans and Canadian

Norway's Kjetil Jansrud gets gold, Weibrecht silver, and Miller and Hudec both earn bronze medals.

Thursday’s Sochi roundup: Weather affects combined schedule

Cross-country racers take the heat in women's 10km race; weather causes schedule change for men's super combined.

Christensen leads US podium sweep in ski slopestyle

Joss Christensen, the fourth and final U.S. representative to qualify for the 2014 Olympic ski slopestyle team, wins gold.

Wednesday’s Sochi roundup: Changing of the guard in halfpipe

U.S. team puts two on the podium in women's halfpipe, including a new Olympic gold medalist in Kaitlyn Farrington.

Tuesday’s Sochi roundup: History at the jump and halfpipe

A golden first for women's ski jumping and the end of an era in snowboard halfpipe.
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