Monday, November 30, 2020
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World Cup Finals

Sweden wins team event in Aspen

Scandinavia reigns supreme as the World Cup heads into final tech races.

Tech athletes to watch at World Cup Finals

One of these athletes has a good shot at winning the women's overall title.

Reichelt claims final men’s super-G in Aspen

Austria takes the race as Norway collects the globe as speed season ends.

Italy shines in final men’s downhill of the World Cup season

Paris gets the win, Fill the globe in Aspen.

Stuhec caps off dream season by winning downhill globe

Vonn lands on the podium in front of a home crowd in Colorado.

Speed athletes to watch at World Cup Finals

These Oakley athletes will be competing in super-G and downhill.

Downhill title contender Dominik Paris crashes in training run

The Italian will be evaluated for injuries this afternoon.

Dustin Cook sustains knee injury while training in Austria

Second major knee injury in one day to World Cup regulars in lead up to Soelden opener.

VIDEO: Dustin Cook shares insights into past success and the future

Cook has become "just a little more consistent, a little bit stronger, a little bit faster."

Schild sisters sandwich Hansdotter on Courchevel podium

Canada's "Mitch" Gagnon eighth and Mikaela Shiffrin 12th at the slalom in France.

Paris pulls off downhill win in Lake Louise

The top four finishers in the Lake Louise downhill all skied the track within .23 of a second.

Aspen makes bid for 2017 World Cup Finals

For North American race fans, there’s hope for a major alpine event even after 2015.
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