How a professional setback fueled the downhill skier's most successful racing season yet.
With two more globes up for grabs, the American’s record-breaking season isn’t over yet.
World Cup racing is back, but it's not all business as usual.
Shiffrin swept up, Vonn ended her career with a bronze, and Team USA's men saw several top-10 finishes.
Shiffrin battled her way up from third place to win her fourth consecutive World Championship slalom title.
This year’s Super-G World Champion also takes home the bronze in giant slalom.
The most successful female racer of all time takes a bow with a bronze medal in downhill.
Lindsey Vonn skis away from yet another horrific crash in her penultimate race.
Two more races, and then the best female racer of all time is bowing out.
There was no shortage of excitement during a packed weekend of competitions.
There were plenty of surprises for the world's fastest men in Switzerland over the weekend.
The American crossed the finish line in Kronplatz more than a second ahead of her competitors.
The Slovakian and American racers battled for the win in Semmering, Austria, and both walked away with a new record.
The American becomes the youngest racer in history to win 50 World Cup races.
Zan Kranjec earns his first FIS World Cup gold in the GS.
Shiffrin and Vonn set to return to racing in coming weeks.
American Jaelin Kauf wins back-to-back moguls gold in China.
Norwegian Kilde edges out Franz for the win in Italy.
And American Tommy Ford finishes with a personal best in Val d’Isère
The Super G, Downhill, and Giant Slalom Races weren't the only events to watch in Beaver Creek last weekend.
Plus the fastest men in the world take on Beaver Creek's famed Birds of Prey.
Shiffrin wins Lake Louise Super G, becoming the first ski racer to win all six World Cup disciplines.
Thomas Tumler rises eighteen spots after second run for third place, Ligety finishes eighth.
Austrian Nicole Schmidhofer nabs the win for the second day in a row.
American Cochran-Siegle places 11th in a stacked international field.
For the first time in years, three U.S. women finish in the top 30 of a World Cup slalom.
Despite clean runs, Shiffrin just misses podium.