World champion Johnny Spillane, who won three silver medals in Nordic combined ski races at the Vancouver Olympics, is hanging up his skis nine months before the Sochi Games.
Downhill skier Stacey Cook suffered a nasty fall during a training run at the 2010 Olympics and has been looking ahead to Sochi ever since, hoping for a fair shot at the medal stand.
Andre Myhrer of Sweden won the first men's World Cup slalom of the season Sunday, holding off defending overall champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria in a close second run.
Czech skier Sarka Zahrobska has undergone surgery to remove a tumor on her pituitary gland.
Lindsey Vonn won't allow a possible sprained MCL in her left knee to sack her season.
The U.S. alpine ski team has made itself a hard act to follow, but that's a delightful problem to have, especially since the program appears to have an ensemble cast capable of keeping the show going.
Polish cross-country skier Kornelia Marek has received a two-year ban for doping at the Vancouver Olympics.
The International Ski Federation warned Russia on Thursday to clean up its act on doping or risk having its athletes barred from the 2014 Winter Olympics on home soil in Sochi.
The IOC on Thursday disqualified a Polish cross-country Kornelia Marek who tested positive for a blood-boosting drug at the Vancouver Olympics.
Bode Miller says what he hears from the U.S. Ski Team will play a big role as he decides whether to retire.
Poland's ski authorities have suspended Kornelia Marek for two years after she tested positive for EPO at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Five-time World Cup race winner Christoph Gruber, who missed the Vancouver Olympics after sustaining a left knee injury in January, has retired.
Former Olympic freestyle aerials champion Evelyne Leu of Switzerland has retired.
U.S. women's ski coach Jim Tracy is leaving his job following the team's strong showing at the Vancouver Olympics.
The Polish cross-country skier who tested positive for EPO at the Vancouver Olympics says she and her doctor are to blame, but denies knowingly taking banned substances.
A trainer for the Polish cross-country skier who tested positive for EPO at the Vancouver Olympics has acknowleged giving her injections but denies they contained banned substances.