Monday, November 30, 2020
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New Zealand Winter Games begin with parallel night slalom

Sweden and the Czech Republic take home gold in opening event.

Are plays host to drawn out Swedish Championships

Swedish resort is preparing for the 2019 World Championships.

Sweden wins team event in Aspen

Scandinavia reigns supreme as the World Cup heads into final tech races.

T2 Foundation supports 2017 Junior World Championships team

The nonprofit has provided the team with a $15,000 grant.

National teams name starters for World Cup Levi

Several nations make their final picks ahead of opening World Cup slalom.

Austria and Sweden announce Soelden starting lineups

Two more teams announce starters as race weekend approaches.

Myhrer talks parallel races and fatherhood

The Swede discusses his results last season and next year's goals.

Swedish freeskier Matilda Rapaport dies at age 30

Mattias Hargin's wife was caught in an avalanche while filming in Chile last week.

Sweden names 2016-17 national team

Frida Hansdotter and Andre Myhrer headline the Scandinavian team.

Retirement announcements from 2 more World Cup athletes

Markus Larsson of Sweden and Anemone Marmottan of France hang it up.

Mattias Hargin weds girlfriend in snow-filled weekend

Swedish slalom ace and Freeride World Tour competitor Matilda Rapaport tie the knot.

Stockholm swoons over World Cup skiers in dual slalom

Marcel Hirscher and Wendy Holdener dominate in Sweden's city event.

Vlhova ‘Petra’fies with stunning slalom victory in Are

Hansdotter and Loeseth round out the podium in second and third.

Shiffrin flies home for evaluation, Hector suffers season-ending injury

Challenging day at Are for the World Cup ladies' tour.

Vonn floors Sweden with first giant slalom victory since 2013

The speed queen charges down the GS in Are, Sweden, to take her fourth consecutive World Cup win.

Vonn leads in Are, Shiffrin skips GS after crash in warmup

Opening giant slalom run takes some unexpected turns.

World Cup regulars dominate weekend FIS races

Slalom skiers seek out races in Sweden and Austria.

Swenn-Larsson to miss World Cup openers with leg fracture

Swedish tech specialist hopes to return to racing by mid December.

Olsson’s knee injury worse than suspected

Swedish giant slalom specialist will miss the entire 2015-16 season.

Swedish GS specialist injures knee in South America

Can Matts Olsson recover in time for the Soelden World Cup opener next month?

Byggmark’s feeling better than ever

Swedish slalom ace gears up for a fresh season on new equipment.

Add Sweden’s Jessica Lindell-Vikarby to list of retirees

Decision to retire comes after her two most successful racing seasons.

Tommy Eliasson Winter named new alpine director in Sweden

Former ski cross athlete and sports manager to lead Sweden's alpine teams.

Heinz Peter Platter to lead Swedish men’s team

Former Italian national team athlete and veteran coach assumes new role as of July 1.
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