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WC Rewind: And then there were 4 …

By Pete Rugh

Ooh man, this is getting good.    Pay close attention over the next two weeks. Julia Mancuso is standing down a full array of Austrian counterparts in a battle for supremacy. For Austria there is the headstrong veteran, the seasoned champion and the undeniable force to reckon with in an onslaught of eight races and the […] Read more...

Alaska's Christianson nabs GS silver at Topolino

By Pete Rugh

One day after collecting two medals in the J3 slalom, Team USA was strong again Saturday in the Trofeo Topolino giant slalom. Read more...

FIS men's World Cup overall standings

By Pete Rugh

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FIS women's World Cup overall standings

By Pete Rugh

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Kranjska Gora: Matt wins SL; Raich leads overall

By Pete Rugh

World champion Mario Matt won his second straight World Cup slalom on Sunday, and Benjamin Raich finished second to reclaim the lead in the overall standings. Read more...

Tarvisio: Mancuso 3rd in SG, tied atop overall race

By Pete Rugh

In an improbable scenario, Julia Mancuso finished third Sunday in a super G behind World Cup super G champion Renate Goetschl of Austria — pushing the two into a tie for the World Cup overall points lead. Click here to see video highlights of Mancuso from WCSN.    Goetschl, who was handed the super G title when […] Read more...

Tarvisio: Swiss skier Wolf OK after hard crash

By Pete Rugh

Swiss skier Tamara Wolf has escaped with relatively minor injuries after an ugly crash during a World Cup downhill on Saturday. Read more...

FIS men's World Cup overall standings

By Pete Rugh

FIS men's World Cup overall standings leaders Read more...

FIS women's World Cup overall standings

By Pete Rugh

FIS women's World Cup overall standings leaders Read more...

Kranjska Gora: Red-hot Raich wins GS, Ligety 4th

By Pete Rugh

Defending overall champion Benjamin Raich won his third straight giant slalom at Kranjska Gora on Saturday.    The Austrian skier, who led after the first leg, crossed the finish line on the steep and deteriorating Podkoren track in a total 2 minutes, 19.03 seconds.    Francois Bourque of Canada came in second, 0.55 seconds off the lead. […] Read more...