Fresh snow made the course slower than usual, but that didn't prevent the American from putting on a good show.
Daron Rahlves is among the few American men who have stood on the Beaver Creek World Cup podium. He shares his winning line.
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.
A snowmaking arsenal and a last-minute cold front mean the Killington World Cup will run as scheduled this year—a relief after a long list of race cancellations.
Shiffrin kicked off her season with a victory sweep in Finland, picking up right where she left off: on top.
Shiffrin claimed her 75th World Cup win—and her 5th reindeer—as the women’s alpine World Cup finally gets underway in Finland.
World Cup cancelations have upended the start to the season, but things are looking up for Killington and Lake Louise.
Don’t miss Mikaela Shiffrin as she goes for her sixth consecutive slalom victory at the Heroic Killington Cup.
Lake Louise may no longer be on the women's World Cup schedule, but Mont Tremblant likely will be.
The highly anticipated Zermatt-Cervino downhill races have been canceled for both the men and women.
In just his third World Cup in almost two years, Ford jumped from 26th to sixth in the first GS of the season.
When ski racers hit the deck, it’s often not pretty. But somehow, they find a way to battle their way back.
This year the U.S. will host the most World Cup events in history. Stream them all live on Outside.
Racers know they "gotta love 'em all to win them all." Still, there are some races they do not look forward to.
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.
Rumors are circulating that the iconic ski area in the Canadian Rockies may bid adieu to the FIS World Cup.
The newest speed event on the World Cup circuit will see downhillers launch out of the start gate in Switzerland and finish in Italy.
The Tour will now make four stops in the U.S. for the 2022-'23 season—the most in 26 years.
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.
In the final race of the 2022 season, France's own Tessa Worley claimed her second World Cup GS title.
With a second-place finish in the final World Cup super-G, Shiffrin secured her fourth World Cup overall crystal globe.
Ski Racing Power Couple Mikaela Shiffrin and Aleksander Aamodt Kilde Celebrate Double Downhill Victories
In her first ever downhill performance at World Cup Finals, Shiffrin shows the world what she's made of.
World Cup finals are upon us, and Shiffrin is gearing up to teach us another lesson about resilience and hope in the face of adversity.
There have been only two GS winners on the men's 2022 World Cup circuit, and the duo continued their battle for the crystal globe in Kranjska Gora.
Racing with bib 39, Cameron Alexander charged to Canada's first World Cup downhill victory since 2014.
Skiing may be an individual sport, and there's no shortage of individual talent coming from Norway. But there's no "I" in Team Norway.
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.
History was once again written on the slopes of the Hahnenkamm: Dave Ryding claimed his country's first World Cup victory, and France's Johan Clarey one-upped his own downhill record.
Shiffrin made her return to World Cup racing after a positive Covid test, but fears the slalom globe is now out of reach.
It's onward and upward for the two Americans leading the way for Team USA in the women's speed events.
After equipment issues and disappointing World Cup finishes, Bryce Bennett has finally found the podium—and claimed the top spot.
The new series from Outside follows the World Cup and Olympic champion as she comes back from personal tragedy.
France’s Clément Nöel Wins Opening World Cup Slalom By a Mile; American River Radamus Nabs Top 15 GS Finish
Val d'Isere hosted a showdown for the best technical racers in the world. Here's everything you need to know.
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.
Mikaela Shiffrin and Rival Petra Vlhova Continue Their Battle for Reindeer in Finland World Cup Slalom
The Shiffrin vs. Petra Vlhova slalom saga continues with the Slovakian besting Shiffrin in the opening World Cup slalom races in Finland.
The U.S. Ski Team is off to the races with five athletes scoring points in the opening World Cup giant slalom in Sölden.
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.
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.
From Mikaela Shiffrin's comeback to high-speed nose butters, this World Cup season was one for the books.
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.
She's podiumed in 47 of her last 51 slalom races, but it might still not be enough to clinch her seventh World Cup Slalom Title.
Here's how it started versus how it's going for racing star Mikaela Shiffrin.
American Breezy Johnson collected her first super-G points of the season.
The only Canadian skier to win the World Cup Overall title to date is still going strong more than halfway through her seventh decade.
France's Tessa Worley snagged her first World Cup victory since 2018.
The American finished third in the first of the two downhills in Crans Montana, then followed up with a fifth-place finish.
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.
The American made a successful comeback to World Cup racing by finishing second and fifth in the opening slaloms of the season.
2020 World Cup champions were announced without pomp and circumstance following the cancellation of the World Cup finals.
Check out the final episodes of the series chronicling Mikaela Shiffrin's rise on the World Cup racing circuit.
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.