Women's World Cup speed racing starts this weekend. Here's who's on the start list for Team USA.
When ski racers hit the deck, it’s often not pretty. But somehow, they find a way to battle their way back.
Racers know they "gotta love 'em all to win them all." Still, there are some races they do not look forward to.
No, we didn't just pick power couple Mikaela Shiffrin and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde and call it good.
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River Radamus and Other Young Talent Leap Up the Ranks of the U.S. Ski Team After Banner Performances in 2022
If this year's roster is any indication, the Olympics and Junior World Championships played a big role in the selection criteria.
Downhiller Breezy Johnson bites back against recent articles calling for an overhaul of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard program.
When skiers win races, they get to stand on podiums. Often, it’s the world-class ski technicians standing behind them who put them there.
After injuring her knee in two training crashes, Team USA's biggest Olympic medal contender in women's downhill will miss her second Olympic bid.
It's onward and upward for the two Americans leading the way for Team USA in the women's speed events.
The American is finding her groove again on the World Cup speed circuit, landing two back-to-back podiums in St. Moritz.
Downhiller Breezy Johnson nabbed back-to-back second place finishes in Lake Louise while Travis Ganong stormed to third in front of a home crowd in Beaver Creek.
With little more than 100 days to go until the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing, this World Cup season will be one to watch.
Breezy Johnson has had her fair share of hard knocks, but she's still in it to win it.
Johnson didn’t medal, but a herculean recovery after a critical mistake landed her in the top 10.
After extensive injury rehab and with World Cup podiums in the books, Johnson is ready to collect some World Championship hardware.
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American Breezy Johnson collected her first super-G points of the season.
The American finished third in the first of the two downhills in Crans Montana, then followed up with a fifth-place finish.
The women’s World Cup continued in Garmisch-Partenkirchen amidst an outpouring of grief and sympathy for Mikaela Shiffrin.
After a miraculous recovery from ACL surgery last season, Johnson is back on the sidelines with a torn MCL and PCL.
The skier drops pearls of wisdom while recovering from knee surgery.
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The rising star on the U.S. Ski Team is out of the running after sustaining an ACL tear.