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2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Schladming: Henrik Kristoffersen interview

Race winner Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) talks about how excited he is after becoming the youngest skier to win a slalom at Schladming.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Schladming: Neureuther 3rd

Felix Neureuther (GER) was 9th after his 1st slalom run but finished his 2nd run with the fastest time of the day to land him in third. Marcel Hirscher (AUT) beat Neureuther by just 1 second, after appearing to straddle the 1st gate.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Schladming: Hirscher 2nd

Marcel Hirscher (AUT) faced a little bit of controversy after replays showed that he possibly straddled his first gate. A 2nd place finish let’s Hirscher hold onto his lead in the slalom standing and moves him closer to Svindal (NOR) in the overall.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Schladming: Kristoffersen wins

19 year old Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) became the youngest skier ever win a slalom Schladming, finishing with a winning time of 1:47.43. Kristoffersen also became the first Norwegian skier to ever win a slalom at Schladming.

FIS Alpine World Cup: Schladming, Austria: Men’s Slalom

The 48th FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season began in Sölden, Austria, and will conclude at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, in March 2014. The defending overall champions are Marcel Hirscher of Austria and Tina Maze of Slovenia.

FIS Alpine World Cup: Schladming, Austria: Men’s Slalom (Mobile)

The 48th FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season began in Sölden, Austria, and will conclude at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide, Switzerland, in March 2014. The defending overall champions are Marcel Hirscher of Austria and Tina Maze of Slovenia.

2012 Alpine World Cup: Schladming: Lindsey Vonn Wins Downhill

March 14, 2012: Lindsey Vonn wins the Downhill event in Schladming, Austria.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Ladies SL

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Giant Slalom: Ted Ligety interview

Ted Ligety talks to Steve Porino about joining Jean-Claude Killy in the history books for having at least 3 wins at a world championship event.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Giant Slalom: Thomas Fanara crashes into gate

Thomas Fanara (FRA) was putting together a pretty good run that would have landed him in 2nd but lost control going into a gate, causing him to go down and ski out.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Giant Slalom: Manfred Moelgg gets bronze

The former 2 time Slalom medalist, Manfred Moelgg, finished with a time of 1:114.45. Moelgg was .13 seconds behind 2nd place Marcel Hirscher (AUT).

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Giant Slalom: Marcel Hirscher gets silver

Overall World Cup leader, Marcel Hirscher (AUT), finished with a time of 2.29.73. Hirscher gave the Austrians their first individual silver medal at this year’s world championships.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Giant Slalom: American Ted Ligety wins his 3rd championship title

Ted Ligety (USA) picked up his 3rd Championship title after finishing with a time of 2.28.92. Ligety is the first man in 45 years to win 3 gold medals at the world championships.

American Ligety wins third gold in Schladming

United States’s Ted Ligety speeds down the course on his way to win the men’s giant slalom at the Alpine skiing world championships in Schladming, Austria, Friday, Feb.15, 2013. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati) By Brian Homewood SCHLADMING, Austria, Feb 15 (Reuters) – Ted Ligety became the first male skier for 45 years and only the fifth […]

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Men’s GS

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Ladies GS

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: American Biesemeyer goes down

Racing bid 38, Thomas Biesemeyer, was looking forward to crossing the finish on his second run, before losing control while speeding through a difficult gate. Top skier Svindal (NOR) and Innerhofer (ITA) did not finish.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Romed Baumann gets 3rd

It looked like Romed Baumann (AUT) was going to walk away with the 4th spot, until he was able to make up time lost at the bottom of the hill. Baumann earned Austria its first men’s medal at this year’s world championships. His total time was 1:58.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Kostelic takes silver

The former SC winner at Kitzbuehel, Ivica Kostelic (CRO), finished with a time of 2:58.11. Kostelic had a little bit of luck on his side as top skiers Svindal (NOR) and Innerhofer (ITA) skied out before they could beat his time.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Ted Ligety becomes Super Combined champ

Ted Ligety (USA) picked up his 2nd championship title after finishing the SC with a time of 2:56.96, beating 2nd place Kostelic by over 1 second. This title win makes up for the previous two SC events Ligety was unable to finish.

FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Men’s SC – 7:30am ET

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years. This event stream will begin at 7:30am ET.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Stacey Cook gets 6th place

American Stacey Cook finished in the top 10 with a time of 1:50.91, just .06 seconds behind fellow American Julia Mancuso.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Dominique Gisin crashes

The 27 year old Dominique Gisin (SUI) crashed into the netting when she lost control midway though the course. The course gave skiers trouble early, as 2 other skies also crashed before Gisin’s run.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: American Julia Mancuso gets 5th

Julia Mancuso (USA) missed the podium by just .13, when she finished with a time of 1:50.85. Although Mancuso was not able to get on the podium today, she still has 8 championship medals under her belt.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Maria Hoefl-Riesch gets bronze

Just days after winning the Super Combined title, Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) found herself on the podium once again when she finished with a time of 1:50.70.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Marion Rolland Interview

Marion Rolland talks with Steve Porino about winning her first world championship title and how she was able to get over a serious knee injury suffered at the Vancouver Olympics in 2010.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Marion Rolland becomes world champ

30 year old Marion Rolland (FRA) surprised everyone when she finished with a time of 1:50, winning her first ever career title. Rolland has been plagued with injuries in the past but was rewarded in Schladming today with the win.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Women’s DH

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Marco Sullivan crashes into netting

32 year Marco Sullivan (USA) crashed midway through the course, causing him to slide hit into the netting. Sullivan was able to get u after the crash and ski away.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Aksel Lund Svindal interview

Aksel Lund Svindal talks about getting his 8th world championship medal with Universal Sports’ Steve Porino.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: David Poisson gets 3rd

David Poisson (FRA) picked up his first world championship medal when he finished with a time of 2:02.29. Poisson finished 4th in his previous Downhill at Kitzbuehel.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Dominik Paris gets 2nd

In Dominik Paris’ first world championship appearance, he took home silver, finishing with a time of  2:01.78. Paris has had two victories this WC season, including a win in the Downhill at Kitzbuehel.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Downhill: Svindal wins his second Downhill world title

Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) won with a final time of  2:01.32, giving him a total of 8 world championship medals. Svindal also won three Olympic medals at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Men’s DH

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Nicole Hosp gets bronze

The former overall champ, Nicole Hosp, finished with a time of 2:40.92. A Podium spot in the SC is not new for Hosp, as she also finished 2nd in the SC at St. Moritz in December.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Hoefl-Riesch wins world title

Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) became the only skier to win a gold medal in the SC as well as a world title in the SC, when she finished with a time of 2:39.92. Hoefl- Riesch was 4th after the downhill and able to stay ahead of Maze by .46 seconds.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Tina Maze gets silver

After winning gold in Super G earlier in the week, Tina Maze unfortunately came up slightly short, finishing with a total time of 2:40.38 and losing to Hoefl-Riesch by.46.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Championships: Schladming: Super Combined: Mancuso finishes 8th

Julia Mancuso (USA) finished 8th with a time of 2:43.25. She also earned a spot on the podium earlier in the week when she took bronze in the Super G competition.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Ladies SC/DH

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Men’s SG

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 FIS Alpine Championships: Schladming: Super G: Lara Gut gets silver

Lara Gut finished with a time of 1:35.77, losing to Tina Maze by .38 seconds. Gut has finished inside the top 10 of every Super G this year.

2013 FIS Alpine Championships: Schladming: Super G: Julia Mancuso gets bronze

Julia Mancuso finished with a time of 1:35.91, .14 seconds behind second place Lara Gut (SUI). This is Mancuso’s 8th medal.

2013 FIS Alpine Championships: Schladming: Super G: Tina Maze wins

Tina Maze finished with a total time of 1:35.39, beating Lara Gut by .38. Maze becomes Slovenia ‘s first ever gold medalist in a Super G event at a World Championship.

2013 FIS Alpine Championships: Schladming: Super G: Lindsey Vonn injured

Lindsey Vonn (USA), crowned world champion in the discipline in Val d’Isere four years ago, tumbled down the Streciher piste and seriously hurt her right knee in a Super-G race taking place nearly four hours behind schedule.

2013 FIS Alpine World Championships: Schladming: Ladies SG

“Schladming 2013 – Ski festival with Heart” — The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Schladming has been a fixture in the men’s alpine skiing World Cup for over 30 years.

2013 Alpine World Championships from Schladming, Austria: Viewer’s Guide

The 2013 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are scheduled for February 4–17 in Schladming, Styria, Austria. Universal Sports is your destination for comprehensive coverage of the event. Get LIVE online streaming and on-demand access to all events listed below, as well as free post-event highlights, photo galleries, and more. (All times ET — subject to […]

Schild could defend title in Schladming

KITZBUEHEL, Austria, Jan 27 (Reuters) – Slalom world champion Marlies Schild, out of action after injuring knee ligaments in Are in December, might be fit to defend her title in Schladming in nearly two weeks. Austrian team director Hans Pum told reporters in Kitzbuehel that Schild was “training physically with the hope of racing in […]

2012 Alpine WC Schladming: Ligety sixth in SL

Jan. 24, 2012: Ted Ligety tops the Americans with a sixth-place finish in the men’s slalom in Schladming, Austria.

2012 Alpine WC Schladming: Matt third in SL

Jan. 24, 2012: Mario Matt finishes third in the men’s slalom in Schladming, Austria.

2012 Alpine WC Schladming: Hirscher wins SL

Jan. 24, 2012: Marcel Hirscher wins the men’s slalom in Schladming, Austria.

2012 Alpine WC Schladming: Gross second in SL

Jan. 24, 2012: Stefano Gross takes second place in the men’s slalom in Schladming, Austria.

Maria Hoefl-Riesch Announces Retirement

Maria Hoefl-Riesch (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati) Alpine skier Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) announced her retirement on Thursday at the age of 29: I made my decision. It’s a good moment to complete my career and start a new stage of my life. Thank you for your great support!— Maria Höfl-Riesch (@Maria) March 20, 2014 Hoefl-Riesch won four […]

Vonn ready to race in Lake Louise

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/RICK WILKING (Reuters) – Olympic champion Lindsey Vonn says she is ready to race in Friday’s Lake Louise downhill in what will be her first World Cup start since she injured a knee in February. The American, whose comeback was interrupted by a training crash last month, said on her Facebook account on Thursday it […]

Universal Sports’ 13 in ’13: No. 4

 No. 4: Americans Mikaela Shiffrin and Ted Ligety Dominate at Alpine World Championships Universal Sports Staff Picks: Did you miss a day of “13 in ’13″? CLICK HERE to view all previously released 2013 moments. Representing a strong U.S. Ski Team in Schladming, Austria, 17-year-old Mikaela Shiffrin became the youngest female world champion since 1985 by taking […]

 
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