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Six athletes from across the country were selected for the SVST Competition Team.
Winners will receive valuable ski tuning equipment.
Ladies' World Cup speed action kicked off in the Great White North.
Americans land four in the top six ahead of weekend races.
Vonn maintains a perfect record in super G this season with third victory.
Altenmarkt-Zauchensee track helps narrow the gap between Lindsey Vonn and Lara Gut.
American skier wins her 36th World Cup downhill race.
American claims top spot in final training run down a shortened Kaelberloch track.
Switzerland's Lara Gut sneaks by the U.S. Ski Team's Lindsey Vonn to win the combined by one hundredth.
Austrian Nicole Schmidhofer sets the pace just ahead of Lindsey Vonn.
Former snowboarder Huetter also collects her second podium of the series.
Vonn and Cook go 2-3 in final test run down the track.
Lindsey Vonn skis fastest first split but loses control and seconds over new terrain.
Hear what Mancuso, Cook, Ross, McKennis, and coach Abplanalp are thinking about heading into Vail/Beaver Creek 2015.
In St. Moritz, the American wins the last super G race in advance of the World Championships.
The ladies test out a new speed track at the Swiss resort.
The ladies' World Cup tour returns to Bad Kleinkirchheim for a weekend of speed racing.
The speed ladies show fans what a typical winter day of training looks like.
A new winter is in the air, and a new head coach, Stefan “Stef” Abplanalp, hopes to shake things up.
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