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HIGHLIGHTS: Corning wins second Snowboard Big Air World Cup title in Atlanta

Headline results of noteworthy competitions around the world: On the last major weekend of Olympic sports action around the world for 2019, American Chris Corning...

ALPINE SKIING: Paris sweeps Kvitfjell Downhill and Super-G to close in a Crystal Globe

Italy’s Dominik Paris won both the Downhill and Super-G races in Kvitfjell (NOR) to edge closer to a career first: an Alpine World Cup...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: Speed skiers weekend in Norway and Russia … maybe

The men’s Alpine World Cup lost two speed races in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER) in early February due to rough weather and had hoped to make...

ALPINE SKIING Preview: World Cup resumes in Bansko and Crans-Montana

The final month of the Alpine World Cup is upon us, with three stops each for the men and women before the World Cup...

ALPINE SKIING: Norway’s Jansrud and Svindal exchange places in men’s Downhill

At the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang (KOR), the men’s Downhill saw Norway’s Aksel Lund Svindal and Kjetil Jansrud claim the gold and...

ALPINE SKIING: Italy’s Paris wins Worlds Super-G; Shiffrin to try for 3 golds, not...

Italy’s Dominik Paris was clearly one of the medal contenders in the men’s Super-G, but having drawn the third position, he had very little...

ALPINE SKIING: Shiffrin and Vlhova tie in Maribor; Vonn will retire after World Champs

Ties aren’t common, but they show up occasionally in the FIS Alpine World Cup and they did again on Friday in Maribor (SLO) in...

ALPINE SKIING: Is Schwarz’s Austria’s coming star after a Combined win in Wengen?

The Alpine Combined is one of the orphans of the World Cup tour: rarely run and often canceled for various reasons. But it continued...

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