Italian skier Manfred Moelgg could miss the entire Alpine skiing season because of serious right leg injury.
Four Slovenian ski officials were suspended Friday for allegedly rigging the results of pop violinist Vanessa-Mae to help her qualify for the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The International Ski Federation has chosen Are in Sweden to host the Alpine skiing world championships in 2019.
The Austrian ski federation has appointed Andreas Puelacher as head coach of the men's Alpine team, replacing Mathias Berthold.
Lindsey Vonn, who is recovering from a second surgery on her ACL, hopes to train on snow by October and be racing in Lake Louise, Alberta, two months later, on a hill where she's always done well.
Olympic slalom gold medalist Mikaela Shiffrin won the giant slalom at the U.S. Alpine Championships by nearly 2 seconds on Thursday.
Three-time Olympic champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany is retiring from Alpine skiing.
Marcel Hirscher clinched his third straight overall World Cup title on Friday but couldn't prevent Ted Ligety from winning his fifth season-long giant slalom trophy.
Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States completed her exceptional slalom season with a fifth World Cup race win on Saturday.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch will miss the rest of the ski season after crashing in a World Cup downhill on Wednesday, leaving Anna Fenninger as the favorite to win the overall title.
Maria Hoefl-Riesch was taken to a hospital with a shoulder injury after crashing in a downhill race on Wednesday, allowing Anna Fenninger of Austria to move atop the overall World Cup standings.
Aksel Lund Svindal retook the lead in the overall World Cup standings on Wednesday by placing fifth in a downhill race won by Olympic champion Matthias Mayer of Austria.
Felix Neureuther beat Fritz Dopfer for a German 1-2 finish at a men's World Cup slalom on Sunday, while Marcel Hirscher finished fifth to take the lead in the overall standings by four points.
Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup slalom on Saturday to retain her season-long title with one race remaining.
Olympic champion Ted Ligety held on to his first-run lead to win a men's World Cup giant slalom on Saturday.
In a rare tie in Alpine skiing, Tina Maze of Slovenia and Dominique Gisin of Switzerland both won Olympic gold Wednesday in the women's downhill.