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The American made a successful comeback to World Cup racing by finishing second and fifth in the opening slaloms of the season.
Four American athletes collect World Cup points in the opening Giant Slalom race of the 2021 season.
Mark Smiley's new online avalanche course is a huge opportunity for access to education at a time when more skiers than ever are heading into the backcountry.
The world’s best freeriders will take on an all-European tour, as well as some scoring changes that are sure to excite riders and fans.
Learn how the US Ski Team has handled COVID-19
The Freeride World Tour athlete takes on a completely empty Verbier ski resort.
Team President Tiger Shaw vows to prioritize diversity and inclusion.
The volunteer group of athletes plays a big part in making sure all freeride competitions are safe for riders.
Some of the best skiers in the world are challenging each other to show the world their most infamous falls.
2020 World Cup champions were announced without pomp and circumstance following the cancellation of the World Cup finals.
The skier from New Zealand put together a wild run on the Wildseeloder face.
Shiffrin’s absence from the technical races in Slovenia left the door open for close competitors to take the podium.
The women’s World Cup continued in Garmisch-Partenkirchen amidst an outpouring of grief and sympathy for Mikaela Shiffrin.
Shiffrin now leads the World Cup standings in two disciplines and ranks second in downhill and GS.