If slalom skier Paula Moltzan can't be on snow, you'll find her in "Paula's Shed Gym."
Going Public With Her Eating Disorder Helped This Racer Get Back to the U.S. Ski Team–and Saved Her Life
After years of struggling with her body image and diet, downhiller Alice Merryweather is on the road to recovery—and to the 2022 Olympics in Beijing.
Meet the man whose job is to make Mikaela Shiffrin even faster.
The last members of the fastest U.S. women’s downhill team are hanging up their racing skis.
Breezy Johnson has had her fair share of hard knocks, but she's still in it to win it.
The greatest slalom racer in history acknowledges the competition is fierce and the margin for error very, very tight.
Meet the dark horse on the U.S. Ski Team racing from the back of the pack to score World Cup points.
American Breezy Johnson collected her first super-G points of the season.
Mikaela Shiffrin finished fourth and led two other Americans in the Top 20.
The Swiss skier bested slalom giants Mikaela Shiffrin and Petra Vlhova to claim her first World Cup slalom victory.
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.
Tuesday’s exciting GS race proves that Shiffrin has serious competition for the GS Crystal Globe.
Mikaela Shiffrin clinched her fourth career super-G podium to extend her overall World Cup lead.
The slalom queen lands a second-place finish in downhill, while teammate Alice McKennis stages successful comeback.
With a couple more globes up for grabs, the American’s record-breaking season isn’t over yet.
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.
Two more races, and then the best female racer of all time is bowing out.
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.
Shiffrin and Vonn set to return to racing in coming weeks.
Austrian Nicole Schmidhofer nabs the win for the second day in a row.