Shiffrin may have missed the podium in the first Killington World Cup race, but four Americans in the top 30 showed the team’s new depth.
Mikaela Shiffrin is the star of the coming showdown, but she’s not the only tech skier to watch anymore.
Shiffrin kicked off her season with a victory sweep in Finland, picking up right where she left off: on top.
Lake Louise may no longer be on the women's World Cup schedule, but Mont Tremblant likely will be.
It’s official: World Cup racing is coming back to Aspen and Palisades Tahoe.
No, we didn't just pick power couple Mikaela Shiffrin and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde and call it good.
With the defending Olympic champion out of the running, Sweden’s Sara Hector won her first Olympic medal on one of the steepest pitches in ski racing.
Shiffrin made her return to World Cup racing after a positive Covid test, but fears the slalom globe is now out of reach.
With little more than 100 days to go until the 2022 Winter Games in Beijing, this World Cup season will be one to watch.
If slalom skier Paula Moltzan can't be on snow, you'll find her in "Paula's Shed Gym."
American racers will once again get a chance to prove themselves on home snow during an Olympic year.
These schools have one mission: To produce ski racers who know as much about science as they do about snow.
Meet the dark horse on the U.S. Ski Team racing from the back of the pack to score World Cup points.
Four American athletes collect World Cup points in the opening Giant Slalom race of the 2021 season.
For the first time in years, three U.S. women finish in the top 30 of a World Cup slalom.