Laurenne Ross won super G on Friday in the U.S. Alpine Championships, beating Stacey Cook by 0.01 seconds for her first national title.
Julia Mancuso raced to her record 16th title in the U.S. Alpine Championships, winning the giant slalom Thursday in her hometown.
Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein secured her first World Cup victory Friday when she edged Julia Mancuso of the United states on a steep and fast course to win a super-G.
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Lindsey Vonn skied to victory in a World Cup super-G on Saturday, and American teammate Julia Mancuso was third.
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Dustin Cook and Julia Mancuso won the super-G at U.S. championships on Friday.
Mikaela Shiffrin tore through the soft snow conditions as she turned in two smooth runs to defend her slalom title at the U.S. championships on Wednesday.
More accolades for Lindsey Vonn, and perhaps more to come.
On a rough and demanding course, Lindsey Vonn showed that no woman rules this event quite like her.
Julia Mancuso of the United States and Alexis Pinturault of France dominated the parallel slalom World Cup races on a giant ramp in Moscow on Tuesday.
Julia Mancuso's wait for her first win of the season is over. Lindsey Vonn will have to wait a little longer to break another record.
Elisabeth Goergl of Austria ended Lindsey Vonn's four-race unbeaten streak in speed events by winning a World Cup downhill on Saturday.
A tiny mistake in the morning run both motivated and miffed Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg.
Swiss speed specialist Nadja Kamer will miss upcoming World Cup ski races in North America after injuring her left knee playing volleyball.
Youngsters Mikaela Shiffrin and Colby Granstrom turned in smooth performances in sloppy conditions Sunday to win slalom titles at the U.S. championships.