Slovakia's Anastasya Kuzmina won the women's 10-kilometer pursuit race Saturday at the final biathlon World Cup meet of the season, while Norway's Tora Berger put herself in position to finish her career with the overall title.
Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States completed her exceptional slalom season with a fifth World Cup race win on Saturday.
Andrea Fischbacher of Austria was the surprise winner of the delayed women's World Cup downhill on Sunday, claiming her first victory in four years.
Frida Hansdotter of Sweden won her first women's World Cup race in heavy snow on Sunday after American teen Mikaela Shiffrin failed to hold on to her opening-run lead.
The final women's World Cup giant slalom before the Sochi Olympics was called off Saturday because of rain and fog, following a day of heavy snowfall.
Overall World Cup leader Maria Hoefl-Riesch won a shortened downhill Friday and established herself as the favorite to take away two of Lindsey Vonn's titles.
The women's World Cup downhill scheduled for Saturday was postponed until Sunday due to bad weather and soft snow conditions on the Olympia delle Tofane course.
American teenager Mikaela Shiffrin held on to a comfortable first-run lead to win a women's World Cup night slalom on Tuesday.
Elisabeth Goergl beat Anna Fenninger for an Austrian 1-2 finish at a women's World Cup downhill Saturday.
German snowboarder Alexander Bergmann won a parallel slalom Friday for his first World Cup victory, and Patrizia Kummer of Switzerland took the women's event.
Snowfall forced organizers to cancel the second and final training Friday for a women's World Cup downhill.
American Hannah Kearney won the women's moguls with 24.83 points Thursday night on the opening day of the World Cup freestyle event at Deer Valley Ski Resort.
Anna Fenninger of Austria posted the fastest time in the first training run for a women's World Cup downhill on Thursday.
Anna Fenninger of Austria used a flawless second run to win a women's World Cup giant slalom Saturday for her fifth career victory.
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.