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Hirschbuehl injured in slalom training

Austrian rising talent to miss six weeks.

Austrian Ski Team begins formal dryland sessions

Austrian men and women hit the bikes and the water.

USSA Announces Training Partnership Programs

Does your club have what it takes?

Use fall training to focus on precision

This summer, you painted broad stokes. Now, it's time to focus on the details.

Squaw Valley hires Ron Kipp as coaches education and development manager

Former USSA Alpine Sport Education Manager joins California club.

The US Ski Team is in search of speed

Hear from top U.S. athletes as they talk about how they prepare for the World Cup season.

Svindal announces plan for a comeback

The Norwegian star has set his sights on summer training in South America.

Olympic champion Matthias Mayer returns to snow

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

Fill and Theaux compete in Audi Sport TT Cup race

The downhill duo was competitive in the 20-car field.

Are you really prepared for ski racing success?

Preparation is the practical foundation of ski racing success

Inaugural Travis Ganong School of Speed takes Squaw Valley by storm

American Downhiller puts on speed skills camp at iconic home mountain.

Fill, Jansrud, and Kilde trade blows in Kvitfjell downhill training

Tight battle for the downhill title headlines the weekend.

Make every day a good day of training

Expand you perception of the quality of a training day to become a more adaptable ski racer.

Weather scraps final training run in Garmisch

Fog and precipitation force cancellation before Saturday's race

Ted Ligety tears ACL in GS training crash

Season-ending injury strikes another top athlete on the World Cup circuit.

Adrien Theaux tops first training run in Kitzbuehel

Austrian Max Franz sustains ankle and wrist injury requiring surgery in crash on the Streif.

Déjà vu for Jansrud as he takes second training run in Beaver Creek

Norwegian paces field once more as Ganong shows improvement heading into race day.

Austrians plus Gut clock fastest times in Lake Louise

Lindsey Vonn skis fastest first split but loses control and seconds over new terrain.

Jansrud sets pace in first training run at Beaver Creek

Norwegian sets the pace, Nyman 10th in first trip down the Birds of Prey.

Jansrud tops second training run but Ganong close in second

Men make adjustments to find additional speed in Lake Louise.

Wiley Maple: Behind the canvas

American downhiller channels artistic side to cope with injury, recovery.

Matthias Mayer sidelined after super G crash

Olympic downhill champion's start in Soelden comes into question.

Fenninger sidelined by knee pain

Defending World Cup overall champion pulls out of training in Pitztal for at least one week.

Why Bode Miller just might be the next great horse trainer

Olympic medalist hopes to apply ski racing skill set to training Thoroughbreds. But how?
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