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Season over for Swiss Olympic champion Viletta

Sandro Viletta, the reigning Olympic super-combined champion, has been forced to cut short his season because of a right knee injury, the Swiss federation announced yesterday....

January 13, 2016, Wednesday


Vonn wins super-G for 2nd World Cup win in 2 days

Lindsey Vonn won a women’s World Cup super-G yesterday for her second victory in Austria in as many days....

January 11, 2016, Monday


Hirscher tops Kristoffersen to win World Cup slalom

MARCEL Hirscher posted the fastest second-run time to beat Norwegian rival Henrik Kristoffersen and win a men’s World Cup slalom in Santa Caterina Valfurva, Italy, yesterday. Hirscher, who was third after ...

January 7, 2016, Thursday


Mayer mulls return after downhill crash

Olympic champion Matthias Mayer has been released from the hospital, 11 days after breaking two vertebrae while wearing a protective air bag in a much-debated World Cup downhill crash....

December 31, 2015, Thursday


FIS bans drones after camera skirts Marcel

THE international ski federation is banning camera drones from its World Cup races after one of the flying objects crashed and nearly hit Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher during a slalom in Italy. FIS will ...

December 24, 2015, Thursday


Svindal wins super-G in Norway sweep

NORWAY’S Aksel Lund Svindal won yesterday’s men’s World Cup super-G at Val Gardena ahead of compatriots Kjetil Jansrud and Aleksander Kilde. Svindal, already a winner on the artificial snow on Italy’s ...

December 19, 2015, Saturday


Vonn does it again

American Lindsey Vonn continued her dominance at Lake Louise when she won the World Cup women’s super-G in Alberta on Sunday to complete a weekend hat-trick....

December 8, 2015, Tuesday


Vonn soars at Lake Louise again

From left: Runner-up Fabienne Suter of Switzerland, winner Lindsey Vonn and third-placed Cornelia Huetter of Austria pose on the podium after the women’s downhill during the Alpine skiing World Cup at Lake Louise in Alberta on Saturday. It was the 31-year-old American’s 17th triumph in Canada, including 13 downhill victories. The reigning downhill and super-G World Cup champion collected her 69th career World Cup victory, stretching her all-time record. — Reuters...

December 7, 2015, Monday


Aspen to host 2 slaloms

OLYMPIC champion Mikaela Shiffrin will race in back-to-back slaloms in front of an American crowd after a World Cup ski event was rescheduled. The International Ski Federation says Aspen, Colorado, will ...

November 14, 2015, Saturday


Asada 1st after short program at Cup of China

THREE-TIME world champion Mao Asada made a strong return to the Grand Prix series yesterday, finishing first in the women’s short program at the Cup of China in Beijing. The Japanese skater executed her ...

November 7, 2015, Saturday


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