The 2015 Freeride World Tour will have a very limited presence in North America, and competitor Griffin Post says that's a blow to both fans and athletes
The Austrian ski federation has appointed Andreas Puelacher as head coach of the men's Alpine team, replacing Mathias Berthold.
Frenchman Martin Fourcade clinched his third World Cup biathlon title after finishing second behind Norway's Johannes Thingnes Boe in Sunday's men's 12.5-kilometer pursuit in Kontiolahti, Finland.
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 Ted Ligety held on to his first-run lead to win a men's World Cup giant slalom on Saturday.
Olympic champion Kjetil Jansrud of Norway overcame tricky racing conditions on his favorite home course to win a World Cup super-G race on Sunday ahead of Switzerland's Patrick Kueng.
It feels just like home for Canada's Erik Guay when he races in Norway.
The newly minted, podium-sweeping slopestyle Olympians bring new life to U.S. skiing and the New York media.
Talking with Utah native Joss Christensen after winning the first Olympic gold in men's ski slopestyle
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.
A twice-cancelled World Cup men's downhill has been rescheduled to be run at Norway after the Sochi Olympics.
Austria and the United States completed their squads for the Olympic men's downhill.
Ted Ligety of the United States put together two nearly flawless runs in difficult conditions to win a World Cup giant slalom on Sunday, the last men's race before the Sochi Olympics.
Fog prevented downhill racers from getting their Olympic dress rehearsal.
Organizers have replaced Friday's World Cup super-G and super-combined races with a slalom on a different piste to avoid damage to the Streif course ahead of the classic men's downhill on Saturday.
A men's World Cup downhill and a giant slalom scheduled for Feb. 1-2 in Garmisch-Partenkirchen have been moved to St. Moritz because there is no snow in the southern German resort.