Tags Tina Weirather
Olympic medalists carry momentum onto the World Cup circuit.
The skier from Liechtenstein earns her first World Cup globe.
Austrian makes amazing comeback from a 2016 knee injury.
Lindsey Vonn returns to super-G racing with a top 10 result.
The U.S. Ski Team's Jacqueline Wiles finds the podium for the first time.
Weirather wins while Gut and Vonn continue to duke it out for the overall title.
German wins her second giant slalom of the season, beating out hometown favorite, Ana Drev.
Vonn maintains a perfect record in super G this season with third victory.
After two training runs in sunny Italy, the women's World Cup feels the need for speed.
American will 'wing' the slalom in hopes of claiming victory in a fourth discipline this season.
Defago, Weirather, Theaux, Holdener, Innerhofer and more come together in Verbier for a charitable cause.
Downhill and overall title battles heat up following the opening race in Garmisch.
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