In the space of two weeks, the Austrian downhill team has gone from "historical disaster" to a clean sweep of the podium
There were many ups and downs over the past two weeks at the alpine world championships. But the U.S. team rallied late to make the most of competing on home soil.
Two years after flopping at the world championships on their home snow, the Austrians have been dominating the competition in America.
Rory Bushfield lost his wife, Sarah Burke, three years ago. But he hasn't lost his zest for life.
Tina Maze of Slovenia has captured gold in the Alpine combined, earning her third medal of the world championships on a warm afternoon when Lindsey Vonn failed to finish the slalom.
The snow conditions were a little bit of a sticky subject for everyone other than Marcel Hirscher and Ted Ligety.
Bode Miller has waited more than two months to return to racing after back surgery. What's one more day?
Anna Fenninger was barely across the finish line when she looked up and saw "new leader" flash across the video board.
Screaming for joy and smashing his poles on the snow, Swedish skier Mattias Hargin celebrated his first career World Cup victory on Sunday.
Lindsey Vonn won a downhill event Sunday to match Annemarie Moser-Proell's 35-year-old record of 62 World Cup wins and cap a comeback from two serious knee surgeries.
Felix Neureuther took advantage of soft snow conditions to win a World Cup slalom race Monday night and take the lead in the discipline standings from Austrian rival Marcel Hirscher, who was only seventh.
The International Ski Federation is moving two women's World Cup races in Austria from Semmering to Kuehtai because of a lack of snow.
Ted Ligety needs some training.
Four World Cup ski races scheduled in the French Alps next week have been canceled because of a lack of snow.
When the snow has melted outside, you can still find a winter paradise indoors at these snow domes around Europe
The Line Traveling Circus crew wraps up their winter season with a trip to snowy Japan