Thursday, November 26, 2020
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Canada’s Simmerling claims historic medal in Rio

Alpine racer turned ski cross athlete turned cyclist earns first Olympic medal in team pursuit.

Olympic champion Matthias Mayer returns to snow

Sochi downhill gold medalist has been recovering from fractured vertebrae suffered last season.

Clean as Snow: Anti-Doping Protocols in Alpine Skiing

What can be done to prevent future doping scandals like Sochi?

Canadian Olympic medalist to compete for Czech Republic

Jan Hudec to represent familial home in upcoming seasons.

World Junior slalom champions keep national legacies alive

Croatian Istok Rodes and German Elisabeth Willibald win big in Sochi, Russia.

Double gold for Switzerland in World Juniors giant slalom

Swiss capture second and third gold medals of the championships with dual victories.

Hadalin, Danioth claim World Junior combined titles

Danioth backs up Youth Olympic Gold with World Junior title in hotly contested race.

Double silvers for Canada in World Juniors super G

France and Austria celebrate gold as North America now has four medals after two events.

Arvidsson and Grenier crowned World Junior Champions on historic day for North Americans

American men stack four in the top 10 as the U.S. and Canada combine for double downhill golds.

Hirscher wins snowy Beaver Creek super G on historic day for Americans

Americans mark historic day as Ligety and Weibrecht both reach the podium.

Bode Miller signs deals with Bomber Ski, NBC

Miller to stay busy this winter through two new partnerships.

Team supports Olympic skiing medalist who comes out as gay

Gus Kenworthy comes out as first openly gay action sports athlete.

Matthias Mayer skips Soelden as 10 Austrians take to the start

Hirscher leads deep host nation squad heading into Sunday’s opener.

Panda’s ready to get back on snow

Olympic bronze medalist Jan Hudec heads to South America.

Berecz takes over as assistant alpine coach at Alaska Anchorage

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

World champion out for the season

Sarah Hendrickson remains committed to returning to competition in 2017.

Willy Booker named EVP of Dalbello US

Marker/Volkl taps experienced leadership to bring Dalbello boot brand into the fold.

Dominique Gisin to serve as Athlete Role Model

A total of 15 Athlete Role Models will support those attending the 2016 Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Checking in with Redneck Racing’s Robby Kelley

Factors behind the decision to turn down a U.S. Ski Team nomination and go his own way.

Austria loses another star as Zettel announces retirement

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

Vanessa-Mae gets skiing ban overturned

Court clears Vanessa-Mae of breaching FIS betting and other anti-corruption rules.

Striedinger switches to Rossignol

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

Nicole Hosp says goodbye

Hosp retires from ski racing as one of Austria's most decorated female athletes.

A confident Shiffrin dominates in Are

Zuzulova and Strachova round out the slalom podium in Sweden.
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