Chris Benchetler recounts the Nimbus Independent trip to Russia last winter, when Eric Pollard was injured
The first-ever Tanner Hall Invitational freeskiing contest will take place March 30 at California's Sierra at Tahoe
Austria's Marcel Hirscher overcame a rapidly deteriorating course in warm weather to win a World Cup night slalom Thursday and take first place in the overall standings.
John Teller of the United States won his first career World Cup ski cross event Friday to take the lead in the overall standings.
Swiss ski jumper Simon Ammann is the first gold medal winner of the Vancouver Olympics.
Canada's Manuel Osborne-Paradis won the season-opening super-giant slalom Sunday for his second career World Cup victory.
Lindsey Vonn of the United States clipped a gate, and Sandrine Aubert of France won her first World Cup race in the slalom.
Kikkan Randall held off Finland's Pirjo Muranen in a photo finish Tuesday to take silver in the sprint at the Nordic skiing world championships, becoming the first American woman to win a world or Olympic medal in cross-country skiing.
Olympic silver medallist Reinfried Herbst of Austria won his first race of the season Sunday with a victory in the Adelboden slalom.
Adam Malysz of Poland won his third straight ski jump competition Saturday to take the overall World Cup lead.
Erik Guay won Saturday's downhill for his first World Cup victory.
Hannu Manninen, Anssi Koivuranta, Jaakko Tallus and Ville Kaehkoenen led Finland to victory Sunday in a Nordic combined World Cup team sprint event.
Teenager Gregor Schlierenzauer of Austria won the first ski jumping event Saturday of the Four Hills tournament.