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Prokopyeva and Vukicevic victorious in SAC downhills

Opening El Colorado downhills go to Eastern European winners.

German veteran Stechert retires

31-year-old speed specialist was a member of the national team for 16 years.

Are plays host to drawn out Swedish Championships

Swedish resort is preparing for the 2019 World Championships.

Norwegian Championships conclude in Narvik

Northern coastal town hosted championships and spread awareness of World Champs bid.

Austrians fight for National Championship titles

World Cup skiers and rising talent competed for National titles.

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.

Austrian veteran Kroell announces retirement

After 156 starts, Kroell hangs up the race skis.

Fill victorious in Kvitfjell super-G

Veteran podium ends the regular World Cup speed season as all eyes are set on Aspen.

Jansrud claims hometown win in second Kvitfjell downhill

Norwegian now stands 33 points clear in downhill standings heading into finals.

Kline claims maiden win in first Kvitfjell downhill

Slovenian breaks through as Jansrud gets another home podium.

Feuz claims World Championship downhill title

Switzerland has another gold medal at home.

Men’s World Championship downhill postponed due to fog

New race day is scheduled for Sunday.

Guay golden in St. Moritz super-G

Canada goes first and third as Americans struggle.

Stuhec claims first career super-G win in Cortina

Veith returns to the podium and Shiffrin surprises from bib 31.

Paris victorious in stunning Hahnenkamm downhill

Italy claims second Kitzbuehel downhill win in as many years as the French show strength.

Mayer gives Austria a Hahnenkamm super-G win

Austrian Olympic gold medalist wows the home crowd for his first win since 2015.

Lingering injuries end seasons for two World Cup stars

Aksel Lund Svindal and Ted Ligety both chose to go under the knife to fix nagging problems.

Biesemeyer finds Europa Cup podium ahead of Wengen World Cups

American snags first career EC podium at storied venue.

Franz takes surprise Val Gardena win as Americans bounce back

Austrian earns first career World Cup win as Nyman leads three Americans into the top 10.

Jansrud on a roll with win in Val Gardena super-G

Norwegians go 1-2 with Jansrud and Kilde topping the podium in tight race.

Gut finds her groove in Lake Louise super-G

Swiss star victorious in weather-plagued Canadian finale.
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