WC skiing event canceled again due to weather
Persistent strong winds on the Matterhorn mountain wiped out another women's World Cup downhill Sunday, a day after gusts forced the cancellation of the first speed race of the season.
Shiffrin takes slalom for 89th career WC victory
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup slalom Sunday.
Matterhorn weather wipes out WC ski weekend
More heavy snowfalls and strong winds at the Matterhorn mountain made a men's World Cup downhill impossible to race Sunday, wiping out the weekend program for the second straight year.
WC downhill race canceled by heavy snow, winds
The inaugural World Cup downhill at the storied Matterhorn mountain was canceled because of heavy snowfall and strong winds.
Men's WC skiing opener canceled due to winds
Strong winds forced the cancellation of the season-opening men's World Cup giant slalom after 47 of the 73 skiers in the first run had started.
World Cup slalom champ Braathen retires at 23
World Cup slalom champion Lucas Braathen of Norway retired on Friday at the age of 23 in a surprise announcement two days before the season starts.
International skiing body maintains Russian ban
The International Ski Federation has upheld its policy of excluding skiers from Russia and Belarus ahead of the new season.
Champion Chiefs honored as top team at ESPYS
The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs received the award for Best Team at Wednesday night's ESPYS, with quarterback Patrick Mahomes honored as Best Athlete, Men's Sports and skier Mikaela Shiffrin named Best Athlete, Women's Sports.
Alpine combined to be team event at '26 Games
Alpine skiing combined at the 2026 Winter Olympics will feature two specialists in a team instead of one skier.
Paralympic ski, snowboard under USSS umbrella
U.S. Ski & Snowboard (USSS) will add the Paralympic Alpine ski and snowboard teams back under its umbrella effective immediately.
Vlhova takes final women's slalom; Shiffrin third
Petra Vlhova of Slovakia won the final women's World Cup slalom race of the season, while American Mikaela Shiffrin placed third.
Mikaela Shiffrin is now the greatest alpine skier of all time
Mikaela Shiffrin became the greatest ski racer of all the time after breaking Ingemar Stenmark's win record. Here's why her accomplishment seemed inevitable -- and extraordinary.
Dogged defense: Pup's meds clear Olympian
Former Olympic mountain biker and cross-country skier Katerina Nash avoided a four-year doping sanction after minute traces of a banned substance found in her system were found to have gotten there while she treated her ailing dog.
Shiffrin splits with longtime coach during worlds
American skier Mikaela Shiffrin has decided to split from her longtime head coach, Mike Day, during the middle of the world championships.
Shiffrin settles for silver in super-G at worlds
Marta Bassino beat Mikaela Shiffrin to win the women's super-G and give Italy its second gold medal at the Alpine skiing world championships, with her American rival settling for silver.
U.S. skiers to don climate change-themed suits
The U.S. ski team will debut new race suits at the world championships that depict an image of ice chunks floating in the ocean in an effort to draw further attention to climate change.
Feeling ill, Shiffrin gets 2nd; wins record on hold
Mikaela Shiffrin was sick between runs and vomited after the second run while finishing second in a night slalom race, leaving her tied with Lindsey Vonn for the World Cup wins record.
Lack of snow cancels two World Cup ski races
The International Ski Federation is looking for a replacement venue for two upcoming World Cup ski races that had to be canceled in Germany due to a lack of snow.
Shiffrin ties Vonn's WC record with win No. 82
Mikaela Shiffrin matched Lindsey Vonn's women's World Cup skiing record with her 82nd win Sunday.
Shiffrin wins 5th straight race, nears Vonn mark
Mikaela Shiffrin won the first women's World Cup race of 2023 and her fifth straight race on Wednesday to pull within one victory of Lindsey Vonn's record.
Olympic champ Odermatt wins Italy Giant Slalom
Swiss skier and Olympic champion Marco Odermatt earned his 15th World Cup victory Monday when he won the giant slalom in Alta Badia, Italy.
Braathen wins GS for 2nd straight WC victory
Lucas Braathen might be just the type of personality that skiing needs to join Marco Odermatt among the younger generation...
Shiffrin gets win No. 77, closes in on Vonn record
Mikaela Shiffrin won a women's World Cup super-G Sunday to top off her first speed race weekend of the season with career win No. 77.
Skier Goggia wins with broken fingers, duct tape
One day after having surgery for two broken fingers and with her glove taped to her ski pole, Italy's Sofia Goggia won a World Cup downhill race.
Odermatt tops Kilde for 2nd super-G win of year
Marco Odermatt wins a super-G on Sunday for his second victory out of three races this season.
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USA Luge's Chris Mazdzer, 2018 Olympic silver medalist, retiring
Chris Mazdzer has decided to end his luge career, after four trips to the Olympics and becoming the first men's singles slider to medal there for the United States.
Olympic bobsledder Kaillie Humphries announces she's pregnant
Bobsledder Kaillie Humphries has announced that she is missing this season because she and her husband, former bobsledder Travis Armbruster, are expecting their first child.
International Ice Hockey Federation to mandate neck guards
The International Ice Hockey Federation announced Monday that it is making neck guards mandatory for all levels of competition in the tournaments it runs, including the Olympics and men's and women's world championships.
Dearica Hamby lifts U.S. women's 3x3 team to AmeriCup gold
Tournament MVP Dearica Hamby made an off-balance, falling-down shot off a lob from Kelsey Mitchell as time expired, lifting the U.S. to a 21-20 win over Brazil in the women's gold medal game at the FIBA 3x3 AmeriCup on Sunday.
All 3 World Cup races in Colorado scratched by weather
A men's World Cup super-G was called off Sunday due to strong wind as weather led to the cancellation of all three ski races over the weekend in Beaver Creek, Colorado.
Federica Brignone wins World Cup giant slalom; Mikaela Shiffrin third
Federica Brignone covered the two legs on foggy Mont Tremblant in a combined time of 2 minute, 14.95 seconds. Petra Vlhova of Slovakia was second fastest in 2:15.16, followed by overall World Cup leader Mikaela Shiffrin in 2:15.24.