Lila Lapanja secures the slalom title and Megan McJames wins the overall.
Four athletes earn World Cup downhill starts for 2016-17.
France and Austria celebrate gold as North America now has four medals after two events.
American men stack four in the top 10 as the U.S. and Canada combine for double downhill golds.
Siblings Candace and Jack Crawford combine for three wins in a single day.
Coach who led Canadian women through four Olympic Winter Games and seven World Championships will spend more time with his family.
American athletes get topped at Burke Mountain and Waterville Valley.
Valerie Grenier podiums just ahead of Mikaela Tommy and Candace Crawford.
In St. Moritz, the American wins the last super G race in advance of the World Championships.
British skier claims three out of four technical victories in Canada.
Five men and five women aged 17-21 will make up the national development team for 2014-15.
Mike Janyk says farewell to 14-year career dressed in Lederhosen for his final run.
Canadian championships continue at Whistler as two national team members snag super G wins.