Alpine

NorAm Finals: Duke leads U.S. top-four SL sweep

By Pete Rugh

Hailey Duke won the final NorAm Cup women's slalom Thursday, edging slalom champion Kiley Staples  by four-hundredths of a second, and led a U.S. women's sweep of the top four places at NorAm Finals at Panorama Mountain Village. Read more...

Lenzerheide notebook: Guay eyes future overall

By Pete Rugh

With one Canadian set to retire — Thomas Grandi — another is hoping to emerge as an overall threat in coming seasons. Read more...

LENZERHEIDE ALPINE WORLD CUP FINALS

By Pete Rugh

The World Cup Finals are ongoing at beautiful Lenzerheide, Switzerland, with two thrilling World Cup overall chases to be decided this weekend. Follow Ski Racing's coverage online and look for more in Issue 10. Read more...

Lenzerheide: Canadian Grandi targets final podium

By Pete Rugh

There won’t be any Mozart wigs or finish arena shenanigans. But sometime over the next few months, one of North America’s most accomplished racing veterans is expected to retire.     Canadian technical ace Thomas Grandi, 34, said after Friday’s team event that he’ll most likely not be back for the 2007-08 season. Read more...

Lenzerheide: Austria dominant in team event

By Pete Rugh

Austria rolled to its third straight nations team event win Friday, while the U.S. team made a late rally to avoid a repeat of its last-place result from the Are World Championships.     The Austrians led after the morning super G and rode cruise control to the win at World Cup Finals, repeating its win from […] Read more...

Lenzerheide: Austria leads, U.S. 6th in team event

By Pete Rugh

Looking to rebound from a woeful nations team event at the Are World Championships, the U.S. Ski Team struggled in the speed portion of the World Cup Finals team event Friday. Read more...

Masters nationals: Leach, Hill fastest in SL

By Pete Rugh

The women raced their final event, a slalom, at the masters nationals at Big Sky on Thursday with some new faces atop the leaderboard. Read more...

Chevrolet JOs: Chevalier and Cartmill tangle again

By Pete Rugh

Luc Henri Chevalier and Cooper Cartmill continued their battle for J3 supremacy at the Chevrolet Junior Olympics at Aspen on Thursday, with Chevalier picking up the GS win by two-hundredths of a second over Cartmill. Chevalier hails from Frisco, Colo., and skis for Team Summit. Cartmill skis independently out of Avon, Colo. Read more...

Lenzerheide notebook: U.S. eyes team redemption

By Pete Rugh

The low point of a mediocre 2007 Alpine World Championships for the U.S. team came on Feb. 18, when a depleted American squad placed 11th — out of 11 teams — in the nations team event.    Read more...

Disabled WC: Victor wins overall, two more globes

By Pete Rugh

Following the cancellation of the last World Cup of the year scheduled for Abtenau, Austria, the U.S. Disabled Alpine Ski Team opened World Cup Finals Monday in Italy. In three days of racing, Stephani Victor wrapped up the overall World Cup title and Crystal Globes in both slalom and giant slalom. Read more...