New Zealand's Alice Robinson is a soon-to-be household name in the ski racing world. If you haven't heard of her, here's a sneak peek.
The Italian's first podium in her hometown of Val Gardena at the age of 22 is one of the more memorable career breakthroughs in the 2018/19 World Cup.
The women’s speed team has consistently been one of the highest ranked teams that the U.S Ski Team has put forth. In recent years though, injuries and retirements have reshaped the team and its dynamic.
This season saw many of the World Cup's top athletes fall, literally. Over 40 racers across 10 nations incurred season stalling or season-ending injuries.
As one door closes, another opens for these World Cup athletes.
Shiffrin now holds the giant slalom title, the cherry on top of a record-breaking season.
Frenchman claims third win his career to close out action-packed season.
Shiffrin claimed the sixth slalom globe of her career, and the slalom circuit said goodbye to Olympic champion Frida Hansdotter.
Frenchman grabs first GS win of the season in last race.
Switzerland has skied to their second gold of the season in the team event.
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