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2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch, Germany: Men’s Giant Slalom

During the FIS Alpine World Cup in Garmisch, the best skiers in the world plunge down the slope and lawn, traveling well over 100 km/ h in the direction of the goal, where 10,000 enthusiastic spectators will cheer them on.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch, Germany: Men’s Giant Slalom (Mobile)

During the FIS Alpine World Cup in Garmisch, the best skiers in the world plunge down the slope and lawn, traveling well over 100 km/ h in the direction of the goal, where 10,000 enthusiastic spectators will cheer them on.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 2 Garmisch: Ammann 3rd

Former leader Simon Ammann (SUI) with a weaker first jump takes 3rd on the day and slips to 3rd over all, 13 points out of first with two hills left.

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 2 Garmisch: Morgenstern 2nd

2011 champ Thomas Morgenstern (AUT) claims 2nd with two big jumps jumps at 139 meters and moves into 2nd in the Tournment as well, 11.5 points behind Diehart (AUT).

2014 Four Hills Ski Jumping: Stage 2 Garmisch: Diehart wins

The only one to jump over 140 in both jumps Thomas Diehart (AUT) gets the win and claims the Tournament lead by 11.5 points big points.

2014 FIS Ski Sjumping World Cup: Garmisch, Germany: Four Hills

The most prestigious contest on the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup calendar begins on December 29. Opening in Oberstdorf and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the world’s top ski jumpers then hop across the Austro-German border for final two events.

2012 Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Lindsey Vonn Wins Downhil

February 4, 2012: Lindsey Vonn wins the Downhill event in Schladming, Austria.

2010 Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Lindsey Vonn Wins Super G

On March 12th, 2010 Lindsey Vonn won the super g event in Garmisch, Germany.

2009 Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Lindsey Vonn Wins Slalom

January 30, 2009: Lindsey Vonn wins the slalom event in Garmisch, Germany.

2009Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Lindsey Vonn Wins Super G

February 1, 2009: Lindsey Vonn wins the super g event in Garmisch, Germany.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Fenninger wins

Former super-combined world champion Anna Fenninger earned her third victory, her first in a speed event. The last Austrian to win a women’s super-G was Elisabeth Goergl in the 2009-2010 season.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Hoefl-Riesch 2nd

On Friday, Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) took 11th in the Super G make-up race, but Sunday she gets on the podium, .20 seconds behind Anna Fenninger (AUT).

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Julia Mancuso 3rd

Julia Mancuso (USA) gets her 4th Super G podium this season, by .20 seconds over Tina Maze (SLO), who leads her by 55 points in Super G with one race left to go.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Ladies SG

Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics, while the year before the first cable car in Bavaria was inaugurated in honor of the first winter games.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Laurenne Ross 2nd

Laurenne Ross (USA) finally scores her first World Cup podium, taking second place, .41 seconds behind Tina Maze (SLO).

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Hoefl-Riesch 3rd

2011 World Cup winner Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) gets her 4th podium this season, .50 seconds out of first; she ranks second overall, 1,054 points behind Tina Maze (SLO).

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Julia Mancuso 6th

Julia Mancuso (USA) scored her 15th top ten finish this season, .43 seconds off the podium, and is currently 41 points off the World Cup podium in 4th.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Tina Maze wins

In one minute and 40.46 seconds, Tina Maze bagged her ninth World Cup victory of the season and became only the second woman in modern skiing to win in all five disciplines in the same season after Croatia’s Janica Kostelic in 2006.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: McKennis crashes

Alice McKennis (USA) continues to have an up and down season; Saturday it was down as she wiped out hard and had to be airlifted away.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Ladies DH

Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics, while the year before the first cable car in Bavaria was inaugurated in honor of the first winter games.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Weirather wins

Tina Weirather (LIE) gets her first career World Cup win, winning the Super G by .12 seconds, it’s her second podium this season.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Tina Maze 2nd

This season’s World Cup winner Tina Maze (SLO) continues to place on the podium taking 2nd today (tied with Julia Mancuso), giving her a total of 1924 world cup points, 76 away from the all time record.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Super G: Sejersted crashes out

Lotte Smiseth Sejersted (NOR) makes a small mistake and then wipes out finishing the fast ride on her hip, with a wounded wing.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Ladies SG (rescheduled from Val d’Isere)

Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics, while the year before the first cable car in Bavaria was inaugurated in honor of the first winter games.

Universal Sports Reviews Men’s Alpine after Garmisch

Universal Sports hosts Steve Schlanger and Doug Lewis discuss the prospects of Marcel Hirscher (AUT), Ted Ligety (USA) and the Giant Slalom winner of the day Alexis Pinturault (FRA).

Universal Sports Reviews: Men’s Downhill in Garmisch

Universal Sports hosts Luke Van Valin and Doug Lewis break down the winners of the day.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Giant Slalom: Crashes

It was a tough day on the hill for Davide Simoncelli (ITA), Thomas Fanara (FRA), and Hannes Reichelt (AUT) who all wipe out.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Giant Slalom: Hirscher 2nd

World Cup leader Marcel Hirscher (AUT) moves up from 6th to takes 2nd, but is still over hundred points behind Ted Ligety in Giant Slalom.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Giant Slalom: Pinturault wins

Alexis Pinurault (FRA) gets his 4th career win and his first in Giant Slalom by .60 seconds.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Giant Slalom: Ted Ligety 3rd

World Champ Ted Ligety (USA) maintains his Giant Slalom World Cup lead, moving up from 5th to take 3rd place finish today, .23 out of first.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Men’s GS2

Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics, while the year before the first cable car in Bavaria was inaugurated in honor of the first winter games.

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Men’s GS1

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a charming town in Southern Bavaria, not far from the Austrian border. Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Innerhofer wins

Christof Innerhofer (ITA) scores his 3rd win of the season, by .12 seconds, he now ranks 3rd in Downhill.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Streitberger 2nd

Georg Streitberger (AUT) gets on the podium for the second time in his career, moving up to a 2nd place finish, .23 seconds out of first.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Sullivan 19th

Marco Sullivan leads the Americans with a 19th place finish, tied with Rok Perko (SLO) both .96 seconds off the podium

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Rogers loses ski

Brice Rogers pops a in the steep part of the downhill course but miraculously stays on his feet.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Garmisch: Downhill: Svindal 5th

Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) missed the podium by .31 seconds, but he scores enough to take the Downhill Cup lead by 10 points.

Italian Innerhofer keeps Austrians at bay in Garmisch

Italy’s Christof Innerhofer celebrates after winning an alpine ski men’s World Cup downhill race in Garmisch Partenkirchen, Germany, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati) By Manuela Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany, Feb 23 (Reuters) – Italian Christof Innerhofer secured his third World Cup downhill win of the season when he held off a trio of Austrians […]

2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Garmisch: Men’s DH

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a charming town in Southern Bavaria, not far from the Austrian border. Garmisch and Partenkirchen were united to become one town during the 1930s Winter Olympics.

2012 Alpine WC Garmisch: Vonn skis out in SG

Feb. 5, 2012: Lindsey Vonn skis out on her Super G run in Garmisch, Germany.

2012 Alpine World Cup Garmisch: Mancuso Wins First Race Of Season

Feb. 5, 2012: Julia Mancuso wins her first race of the season by taking the women’s super-G at the FIS Alpine World Cup competition in Garmisch, Germany.

2012 Alpine World Cup Garmisch: Miller penalized in DH

Jan. 28, 2012: Bode Miller finishes 35th in the men’s downhill, after being penalized for being late to draw, at the FIS Alpine World Cup competition in Garmisch, Germany.

2012 Alpine World Cup Garmisch: Guay second in DH

Jan. 28, 2012: Erik Guay places second in the men’s downhill event at the FIS Alpine World Cup competition in Garmisch, Germany.

2012 Alpine World Cup Garmisch: Cuche wins DH

Jan. 28, 2012: Didier Cuche wins the men’s downhill event at the FIS Alpine World Cup competition in Garmisch, Germany.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Men’s Downhill

On February 1st and 2nd, 2014 St. Moritz will host the Men’s Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, which originally should have taken place in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Men’s Downhill (Mobile)

On February 1st and 2nd, 2014 St. Moritz will host the Men’s Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup, which originally should have taken place in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

2013 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Oberstdorf, Germany: Four Hills

The most prestigious contest on the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup calendar begins on December 29. Opening in Oberstdorf and Garmisch-Partenkirchen,the world’s top ski jumpers then hop across the Austro-German border for the final two events.

2013-2014 FIS Alpine World Cup Viewing Schedule

 Click here to watch these events in the Winter Sports section DATE EVENT VIEWING INFO 10/26 Alpine WC Soelden: Women’s Giant Slalom TV: 6:30amET 10/27 Alpine WC Soelden: Men’s Giant Slalom TV: 7:30amET 11/16 Alpine WC: Levi: Women’s Slalom TV: 6:30amET 11/17 Alpine WC: Levi: Men’s Slalom TV: 6:30amET 11/30 Alpine WC: Lake Louise: Men’s […]

Fenninger keeps up late form with another win

Anna Fenninger, of Austria, competes during the first run of an alpine ski women’s World Cup giant slalom, in Ofterschwang, Germany, Saturday, March 9, 2013. (AP Photo/Giovanni Auletta) By Manuele Lang OFTERSCHWANG, Germany, March 9 (Reuters) – Anna Fenninger kept her end-of-season momentum going to win a women’s Alpine ski World Cup giant slalom race […]

Universal Sports Reviews: World Cup Ski leaders

Universal Sports commentators Steve Porino and Doug Lewis discuss Tina Maze, Aksel Svindal and Ted Ligety’s results from todays races in Garmisch and Kvitfjell.

Fenninger wins super-G, Maze is target of threats

Austria’s Anna Fenninger celebrates in the finish area after winning a women’s World Cup super-G, in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Sunday, March 3, 2013. (AP Photo/Marco Trovati) By Manuele Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany, March 3 (Reuters) – World Cup winner and world champion Tina Maze finished off the podium of a women’s super-G won by Austria’s Anna Fenninger […]

Maze tops perfect season with points record

First placed Slovenia’s Tina Maze speeds down the course of an alpine ski women’s World Cup downhill, in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Saturday, March 2, 2013. (AP Photo/Pier Marco Tacca) By Manuela Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany, March 2 (Reuters) – Tina Maze topped an extraordinary campaign with a new World Cup points record of 2,024 after her victory […]

Weirather secures maiden win, Maze on course for record

By Manuele Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany, March 1 (Reuters) – Liechtenstein’s Tina Weirather denied World Cup winner Tina Maze by securing her maiden success in a women’s super-G on Friday, emulating her illustrious parents and adding a 40th victory to the family collection. The daughter of Austrian former downhill world champion Harti Weirather and former world […]

Maze wins race and overall World Cup

Slovenia’s Tina Maze speeds down the course to clock the fastest time during the downhill portion of an alpine ski women’s world cup super-combined, in Meribel, France, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. (AP Photo//Marco Trovati) By Patrick Lang MERIBEL, France, Feb 24 (Reuters) – Tina Maze sealed her near-perfect Alpine skiing season with the overall World […]

Maiden giant slalom win for Pinturault

France’s Alexis Pinturault passes a gate during the first run of an alpine ski men’s world cup giant slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013. (AP Photo/Shinichiro Tanaka) By Manuele Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany, Feb 24 (Reuters) – Gifted Frenchman Alexis Pinturault confirmed his all-round skills with a first Alpine ski World Cup giant slalom […]

 
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