Downhill world champion Marion Rolland will miss the alpine skiing world championships next month after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee.
Austrian skier Marcel Hirscher overcame a first-leg deficit to edge out German skier Felix Neureuther and win a World Cup slalom race on Sunday for his 26th career victory.
Four World Cup ski races scheduled in the French Alps next week have been canceled because of a lack of snow.
Another French skiing world champion has been ruled out of the Sochi Olympics with a knee injury after Tessa Worley crashed during a World Cup slalom race on Tuesday.
The World Cup men's downhill race wiped out last weekend at Val Gardena has been rescheduled for the French resort of Chamonix in February.
French Alpine skier Anemone Marmottan has broken her leg while warming up for a Europa Cup event in Poland.
Manuel Osborne-Paradis of Canada broke his left fibula Saturday when he crashed during a World Cup downhill in the French Alps.
Austrian skier Mario Scheiber is recovering from a broken shoulder blade after crashing during a World Cup downhill training run in the French Alps.
American Ted Ligety won a second consecutive World Cup giant slalom on Saturday, beating Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway by 1.05 seconds in the French Alps.
Lindsey Vonn won a World Cup super-combined race Friday for her 25th career win.
Marcel Hirscher of Austria has claimed his first World Cup victory, winning a giant slalom on the testing Face de Bellevarde course in the French Alps.
Julien Lizeroux edged Jean-Baptiste Grange in a 1-2 French finish on Sunday at a men's World Cup slalom in which American Bode Miller went out early in the first run after missing a gate.
Olympic downhill champion Antoine Deneriaz of France has pulled out of this week's men's Alpine skiing World Cup speed events in Beaver Creek because of a back injury.
French newcomer Marie Marchand-Arvier clocked the fastest time in the opening training run on Wednesday on the Tarvisio downhill course which will make its World Cup debut this weekend.
The second training run for a men's World Cup downhill in the French Alps resort of Val d'Isere was called off on Friday because of poor weather conditions, the French team's head coach said.
Stephane Tissot, France's top slalom racer this season, will miss the rest of the Alpine skiing season after fracturing his left leg on Saturday, the French team said.