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Franz takes surprise Val Gardena win as Americans bounce back

Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.

Jansrud on a roll with win in Val Gardena super-G

Norwegians go 1-2 with Jansrud and Kilde topping the podium in tight race.

Svindal remains perfect in downhill this season

Young American Bryce Bennett breaks through with a thrilling ride down the Saslong.

Viking raid in Val Gardena as Norwegians sweep super G

Kilde earns first World Cup podium as Weibrecht snags another top five.

Svindal leads opening training in Val Gardena, Nyman and Ganong close behind

American Steven Nyman looks to join famous company with potential fourth career victory.

Panda’s ready to get back on snow

Olympic bronze medalist Jan Hudec heads to South America.

Changes coming to Saslong following summer FIS inspection

Val Gardena/Groeden Organizing Committee to make safety and TV improvements to World Cup course.

Knee surgery for Hudec, who hopes to return next season

Canadian bronze medalist in Sochi to miss 2015 World Championships following meniscus repair.

All or nothing for Italian Innerhofer

Speed specialist looks forward to the 2015 Vail-Beaver Creek World Championships.

Behind the Gold

Flight school pays off for Steven Nyman.

Jansrud rolls through Val Gardena super G

Jansrud holds a 152-point lead in the overall ahead of Marcel Hirscher.

Nyman shows Saslong ‘who’s boss’

The American dominates in Val Gardena to earn third career win behind Jansrud.

Alliance pays off for Canadians and Norwegians; Guay wins Val Gardena

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.

Svindal makes it 100 for Norway with victory in Val Gardena

Canadian Jan Hudec finishes second and Bode Miller eighth on a foggy day in Italy.

Canadians quick down the Saslong in final training run

Erik Guay topped the final training run in Val Gardena followed by teammate Manny Osborne-Paradis in third. American Travis Ganong was fifth.

World Cup men on the comeback tour

Switzerland's Beat Feuz, Johan Clarey and Julien Lizeroux of France, Austrian Klaus Kroell, and wild man Bode Miller all return to the World Cup this winter following injury.
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