Tags Val Gardena
Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.
Kilde earns first World Cup podium as Weibrecht snags another top five.
American Steven Nyman looks to join famous company with potential fourth career victory.
Val Gardena/Groeden Organizing Committee to make safety and TV improvements to World Cup course.
Canadian bronze medalist in Sochi to miss 2015 World Championships following meniscus repair.
In an arrangement where Norwegian and Canadian teams work together at speed events, the alliance placed five skiers in the top 10 down the Saslong.
Canadian Jan Hudec finishes second and Bode Miller eighth on a foggy day in Italy.
Erik Guay topped the final training run in Val Gardena followed by teammate Manny Osborne-Paradis in third. American Travis Ganong was fifth.
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