Years in the making, America has another World Cup giant slalom winner.
The German finished the series in Lake Louise with two top 10 finishes in the downhill and one super-G win.
USA's Ryan Cochran-Siegle excites in career-best sixth
Ledecka wins first World Cup downhill of the year, and of her career.
22-year-old phenom plays the risk-reward game at Birds of Prey.
Austria's Mayer conquers the deceivingly simple opening super-G of the season in Canada.
The American won out for the fourth time in a row in the slalom by 2.29 seconds despite challenging conditions.
German star returns to the World Cup in a big way with a victory in the opening downhill.
Marta Bassino wins her first World Cup race, followed by teammate and last year's winner, Federica Brignone.
In Killington, the heart of the east, athletes ready to put on a show.
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