Lindsey Vonn criticized the International Ski Federation on Monday for allowing skiers to race in foggy conditions in Bulgaria.
Olympic champion Anna Fenninger of Austria added pace to her World Cup title challenge Monday, winning the super-G for her third straight victory in Bansko.
The women's World Cup racing has been canceled for a second straight day due to fog in southern Bulgaria.
German police say they helped American skier Lindsey Vonn get to Bulgaria for a World Cup event after she forgot her passport in Austria.
A year after his surprise win in the Olympic downhill, Matthias Mayer is starting to follow up his success on the World Cup circuit.
With the 37-year-old Bode Miller's future in doubt and Steven Nyman, at 32, on the back nine of his career, Travis Ganong electrified the crowd Saturday.
In case anyone forgot during Miller's 11-month absence from racing, there is no skier more exciting to watch -- and there might never be.
Bode Miller hit his left arm on a gate, spun backward and lost both skis in a crash during the super-G Thursday at the world championships.
Bode Miller has waited more than two months to return to racing after back surgery. What's one more day?
Lindsey Vonn's third-place finish on her home mountain in the super-G at worlds on Tuesday may seem like a failure, but considering all she's overcome, bronze is fine by her.
Anna Fenninger was barely across the finish line when she looked up and saw "new leader" flash across the video board.
Lindsey Vonn mastered a tricky super-G race on Sunday for a record-extending 64th World Cup victory.
Italian skier Dominik Paris won his first career World Cup super-G on Friday, two years after his victory in the classic Hahnenkamm downhill on the same course.
Lindsey Vonn provisionally won a super-G on Monday to break Annemarie Moser-Proell's 35-year-old record of 62 World Cup victories.
A women's World Cup super-G on Sunday was delayed for 45 minutes and then called off after 11 starters because of strong winds, a day after the cancellation of a downhill on the same course.
Elisabeth Goergl beat Anna Fenninger by .05 seconds to lead an Austrian 1-2 in a women's super-G race on Sunday, while American Lindsey Vonn crashed during her bid for a record-equaling 62nd career win.