World champion Tessa Worley of France won a World Cup giant slalom on Sunday, racing to the fastest time in both runs.
Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein followed up three recent second-place finishes with her first victory of the World Cup season, winning a women's super-G on Saturday.
Lindsey Vonn is about to start training in Europe as she prepares for a possible return from right knee surgery at next week's World Cup opener.
After a knee injury that put her out for an entire season, double threat Devin Logan is back on top of a World Cup podium
American Sarah Hendrickson edged Japan's Sara Takanashi on Sunday to win the season's last women's ski jumping World Cup meet on the large hill at Holmenkollen.
Dual moguls world champion Alex Bilodeau beat Canadian teammate Mikael Kingsbury in the freestyle World Cup on Saturday.
Olympic and World Cup champion Hannah Kearney of the United States has won the women's gold medal in moguls at the freestyle skiing world championships.
There was only one fitting way for Tina Maze to wrap up the overall World Cup title -- with another victory, and with plenty of time to spare.
Carolina Ruiz Castillo stunned the field by earning her first career World Cup victory at age 31 on Saturday, winning a downhill race 13 years after her only previous podium finish.
Torin Yater-Wallace led an American 1-2 finish Saturday in the men's freestyle skiing halfpipe event, his second World Cup victory this season.
Next season's women's World Cup schedule includes 2013 races in Beaver Creek, Colo., on Thanksgiving weekend.
Next week's Sochi FIS Slopestyle has been canceled, but Tiril Sjaastad Christiansen, Johan Berg win FIS Slopestyle in Switzerland
Overall World Cup leader Tina Maze rebounded from a close loss with an emphatic slalom victory before her home fans Sunday. The Slovenian has now won in four disciplines this season.
Lindsey Vonn showed she can beat Tina Maze in the Slovenian's best discipline and on her home snow.
Lindsey Vonn showed she's back in form Saturday, winning a World Cup downhill for her first victory in more than five weeks.
Freestyle skiers from China won the men's and women's World Cup aerials competition Friday.