Lindsey Vonn felt her injured right knee give way and for a moment it looked like her chances for another Olympic gold might be in jeopardy.
Jocelyne Lamoureux took exception to Brianne Jenner's late run at Josephine Pucci, setting off another fiery round in the U.S. women's hockey team's rivalry with Canada.
When doctors said she wouldn't make a full recovery from a devastating eye injury, Gretchen Bleiler didn't listen, and beat the odds.
Erik Guay of Canada led World Cup downhill training on Thursday, while Bode Miller was 16th.
Lindsey Vonn had the second-fastest run in World Cup downhill training Thursday as she increased the pace in her comeback from injury.
In search of his second straight win on the halfpipe, Greg Bretz led all riders in qualifying Wednesday at the U.S. Grand Prix.
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.
World champion Tessa Worley of France won a World Cup giant slalom on Sunday, racing to the fastest time in both runs.
Armin Zoeggeler of Italy won Saturday's World Cup men's luge race, holding off Chris Mazdzer of the United States for his first victory of the season.
For the first time in nearly five years, Ted Ligety didn't reach the final of a World Cup giant slalom race.
Shaun White fell on his first run, tweaked his ankle and finished a surprising second in the halfpipe at the Dew Tour on Saturday, the first qualifying event for the Sochi Olympics
With her sights on Sochi, Julia Clukey shares the keys to her success, which include strength training, working on her sled and visualizing her runs.
Ted Ligety turned in a flawless final run to win a fourth straight World Cup race, edging U.S. teammate Bode Miller.
Not far from the finish line she crossed minutes earlier for World Cup downhill training, Lindsey Vonn smiled as she chatted with U.S. teammates Julia Mancuso, Stacey Cook and Leanne Smith.
Lindsey Vonn is on the mend and says she might even race in Canada next week.
The LPGA Tour is on the rise, Dottie Pepper says, and she runs down all the good that 2013 brought, from the excellence of Inbee Park and Stacy Lewis to terrific teens like Lydia Ko. But there's some bad and ugly to worry about too.