The latest Olympic skiing news and information.
Catching up with Olympic halfpipe gold medalist David Wise as life settles back to normal after the Olympic frenzy
The newly minted, podium-sweeping slopestyle Olympians bring new life to U.S. skiing and the New York media.
A week after sweeping the ski slopestyle podium in Sochi, Russia, newly minted A-Listers Joss Christensen, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper took the New York media circuit by storm. Here's a look at how their day went.
Olympic skicross racer Maria Komissarova of Russia remains confident of walking again despite having no feeling in her legs.
From big upsets in hockey to I-Pod's breakthrough to a local joint that make made us feel at home, our Sochi staff shares its most memorable moments from the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Despite a shaky start with concerns about course conditions, the Olympic debut of slopestyle and freeskiing proved to be good for both the Games and the sports.
As the Sochi Olympics come to a close, Brett Forrest examines whether the event lived up to its billing for Russia now, and beyond.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has dismissed an appeal by Canada and Slovenia that tried to disqualify France after it swept the men's skicross race at the Olympics.
Marielle Thompson and Kelsey Serwa finished 1-2 for Canada in women's skicross Friday, giving their country bookend gold-silver performances in Olympic freestyle skiing.
Maddie Bowman of the United States won the first-ever gold in women's Olympic halfpipe skiing.
Jean Frederic Chapuis led a French sweep of Olympic skicross, taking gold while Arnaud Bovolenta won silver and Jonathan Midol captured bronze.
A tribute to late freeskiing pioneer Sarah Burke from one of her peers, on the eve of women's halfpipe skiing's Olympic debut.
David Wise won the gold medal in the Olympic debut of halfpipe skiing Tuesday, cutting through heavy snow to easily outclass the field.
The Russian freestyle ski federation says Olympic athlete Maria Komissarova has undergone another surgery in Germany on her fractured spine.
For Russians, the Olympics have not been a thrill -- they're from here. It may explain why the country's mood, especially in Sochi, has been generally subdued so far.
Fear has been French halfpipe skier Xavier Bertoni's worst enemy in recent years. We go inside his head as he readies for his Olympic debut.