Mikaela Shiffrin places 3rd in opening GS, while the men’s race is cancelled.
America’s favorite downhill ski racer will retire from professional ski racing, whether or not she breaks Stenmark’s record.
It's hard to believe that something so fun can be considered a "conference."
Americans Drew Tabke and Jackie Paaso get the green light to join Tanner Hall and others on this season's tour.
Next season’s biggest competitions will certainly feature more than a few surprises.
Swiss women Gisin, Holdener rule the day at the Jeongseon Alpine Center.
Aspen's Ferreira stomps all three runs, Team USA goes 1-2 on the podium.
Skiing superstar Lindsey Vonn was able to get on the podium in what she’s predicting to be her final Olympics.
In an exciting week of skiing in South Korea, the top Team USA ski athletes were in the hunt for gold.
Vonn sixth in Super-G and Voisin just misses the slopestyle podium during a day of great skiing but no medals for Team USA Women.
In a fun day of mogul skiing, three American women make it to finals and Kingsbury leads the men.
The phenom now focuses on Saturday's slalom competition, which she very well could win. Not bad for a racer who turns 23 next month.
Shiffrin wins the slalom—and the hearts of East Coast race fans; Killington makes it look easy as spectators turn out in force.
Excitement is building in Vermont, perked up by wintry weather, more than a foot of snow, and high hopes for a home-turf favorite.
It's a bad break for sure—and a disappointment for American race fans. But there's still plenty of time in her career to catch Stenmark.