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Audi Race Room: Alpine Skiing Champions Picks

Steve Porino and Doug Lewis go over their picks and why, for the upcoming FIS Women’s Alpine Skiing World Championships next month in Beaver Creek, Colorado, USA.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Lara Gut Crashes in Super G

After winning the Downhill yesterday, Lara Gut gets tossed from the course today, crashing into the netting.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Fenninger 2nd in Super G

After a 2nd place in the Downhill, Anna Fenninger (AUT) repeats with a 2nd place finish in the Super G. Unfortunately, shes slips into 2nd in the Super G, 8 points now behind Vonn.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Vonn wins Super G

After a 23rd in the Downhill, Lindsey Vonn (USA) bounces back to win today, pushing her career win total to 64. She claims the Super G Cup lead as well by 8 points over Fenninger (AUT).

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Hosp 3rd in Super G

The Olympic Bronze medalist, Nicole Hosp (AUT) gets her second podium finish of the season, after a winning the Aspen Slalom, 1.1 seconds out of first and now ranked 7th in Super G.

2015 Freestyle Ski World Champs: Limbacher becomes Ski Cross Champ

Andrea Limbacher (AUT) becomes the World Champion in Women’s Ski Cross winning Gold with her first ever medal, Ophelie David (FRA) takes Silver and Fanny Smith (SUI) takes Bronze.

2015 Freestyle Ski World Champs: Flisar becomes Ski Cross Champ

Filip Flisar (SLO), who finished 6th in Sochi, becomes the World Champion in Men’s Ski Cross winning Gold, beating the reigning Olympic and World Champ J.F. Chapuis (FRA) who takes Silver and Victor Oehling Norbert (SWE) takes Bronze.

2015 Freestyle Ski World Champs: Ski Cross Wipeouts

Brutal wipeouts from the Ski Cross races in Kreischberg cause racers to get carried off the course.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Team USA Slalom

Team USA entered six skiers in the Slalom, only three managed to get to the bottom cleanly and only one, David Chodounsky, managed to qualify for the second run, where he lost a pole and finished 26th.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Hargin interview

Mattias Hargin (SWE) talks about winning his first World Cup race, in Slalom.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Neureuther 3rd in Slalom

Felix Neureuther (GER) misses the win by .63 seconds, but he hangs on to his Slalom Cup lead by 24 points over Marcel Hirscher (AUT).

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Hirscher 2nd in Slalom

Marcel Hirscher (AUT) gives up first place, but the World Cup leader gets his 11th podium finish in 13 starts this season and increases his lead.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Hargin wins Slalom

Mattias Hargin (SWE) beats Marvel Hirscher by .49 seconds to get his first career World Cup win, and his 4th podium in five years.

2015 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Rybinsk, Russia: Women’s Skiathlon

Rybinsk is a well known organizer of top level competitions as the World Cup circuit has stopped here every winter. Some new faces and some World Cup regulars will be on the start line in Rybinsk, Russia for the upcoming 3-day World Cup weekend.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Cross Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 FIS Cross Country World Cup: Rybinsk, Russia: Men’s Skiathlon

Rybinsk is a well known organizer of top level competitions as the World Cup circuit has stopped here every winter. Some new faces and some World Cup regulars will be on the start line in Rybinsk, Russia for the upcoming 3-day World Cup weekend.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

With a population of 1.800.000, Sapporo is the fourth-largest city of Japan and located on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido and the capital of the Hokkaido Prefecture. Sapporo is known for hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics and the city’s annual Yuki Matsuri, the Sapporo Snow Festival which draws more than two million tourists from all over the world.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Fenninger 2nd in Downhill

Anna Fenninger (AUT) comes up .32 second short of Lara Gut (SUI) to take 2nd, but she scores good World Cup points, moving into 2nd in the Downhill Cup, behind Vonn.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Laurenne Ross 12th in Downhill

Another solid run for Larenne Ross (USA) this season, finishing as the top American, .74 seconds off the podium in 12th. She now ranks 8th in the Downhill.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Lara Gut wins Downhill

The Olympic Bronze medalist Lara Gut (SUI) gets her 12th career win, and her second this season. She now ranks 6th in the Downhill and 6th Overall.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Lindsey Vonn 23rd in Downhill

After claiming the win record at 63, today American Supertsar Lindsey Vonn finds herself 2.08 seconds out of first, though she still ranks first in the Downhill.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Schnarf crashes out

Johanna Schnarf (ITA) takes a bad spill on the Downhill course but she managed to walk away.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Paris 2nd in Downhill

2013 winner Dominik Paris (ITA) comes up just .02 seconds short of winning again. Still he claims his 10th career podium.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Nyman 5th in Downhill

Steven Nyman (USA) just misses the podium by .20 seconds. He now ranks 4th in the Downhill.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Jansrud wins Downhill

In a shortened course due to the weather, Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) claims the first big win of his career, winning in Kitzbuhel, his 8th career win.

2015 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup: Sapporo, Japan: HS134

With a population of 1.800.000, Sapporo is the fourth-largest city of Japan and located on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido and the capital of the Hokkaido Prefecture. Sapporo is known for hosting the 1972 Winter Olympics and the city’s annual Yuki Matsuri, the Sapporo Snow Festival which draws more than two million tourists from all over the world.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Gisin Crashes

In the Super G portion of the Super Combined Marc Gisin (SUI) suffers a bad crash, knocking him out and sending him into the netting. We wish him well as he was airlifted to the hospital.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Bode Miller Forerunner

Before the Super G race, ride with American Star Bode Miller as he was one of the forerunners of the race.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Ganong pops ski

In the Super G of the Super Combined, Travis Ganong (USA) keeps his cool as he pops a ski, and his day sadly ends early.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Pinturault wins Super Combined

Alexis Pinturault (FRA) gets his 8th career win beating Marcel Hirscher (AUT) today by .69 seconds, and it’s his first win this season.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Weibrecht 18th in Super Combined

Andrew Weibrecht was the top American on the day, finishing 5th in the Super G .57 seconds out of first, and giving it a try in the Slalom, for the Super Combined, he finished 18th overall.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Kitzbuhel: Hirscher 2nd in Super Combined

World Cup leader Marcel Hirscher (AUT) scored more World Cup points by claiming 2nd in the second and last Super Combined of the season, he now leads by 182 points.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Meyer crashes

On his third and final run, after having a small wipe out in run two, Fabian Meyer (SUI) wipes out even harder, luckily he appears ok.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Pollet-Villard 2nd

Joffrey Pollet-Villard (FRA) posted two 80 plus runs, the best at 86.60 but it wasn’t enough, settling for Silver, 1.40 points out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Leeds 4th

Brody Leed (USA) comes up just .60 shy of the podium, in 4th place while Walter Wood was 7.2 behind in 5th place.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Smaine wins

Kyle Smaine (USA) posted 88.00 in run one and rode it until his victory lap in run three, winning by 1.40 points.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Faivre wins

In her first run, 2009 and 2013 Champ Virginie Faivre (SUI) scores 83.80 points and remains the World Champion, by 2.8 points.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Half Pipe: Sharpe 2nd

Cassie Sharpe (CAN) climbs on to the podium with her last run, scoring 81.00, the second run to crack 80 points, 2.8 out of first.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Half Pipe Night Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Crashes

Oddly enough, both Lisa Zimmermann (GER) and Fabian Boesch (SUI) crashed in their first round. Then they both bounced back in the second round to win the championship titles, not a bad trade.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Wallace 3rd

Noah Wallace (USA) hits 82.40 in his first run, and it’s good enough to put him on the podium in 3rd, 10.2 out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Boesch wins

Fabian Boesch (SUI) becomes the World Champ scoring 92.60 points in his second run, after crashing in his first run.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Zimmermann wins

During the 2015 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Championships, the 2013 Bronze medal winner, Lisa Zimmermann of Germany, comes back to be the 2015 World Champ after scoring 85.80 points in her second run.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Summerhayes 2nd

Katie Summerhayes (GBR) gets her first championship medal, scoring 82.80 in her second run to claim silver, 3 points out of first.

2015 Freestyle Skiing World Champs: Slopestyle: Henshaw 2nd

Bronze Medalist from 2011, Russell Henshaw (AUS) is back on the championship podium with 91.80 points in his second run, just .80 points away from the title.

2015 FIS Freestyle World Championships: Kreischberg Bei Murau, Austria: Ski Slopestyle Ladies & Men’s Finals

The FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships is the world championship organized by the FIS for Freestyle Skiing. It was first organized in 1986 and is now held every odd year. Currently, the events included in the world championships are Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Ski cross, Slopestyle and Half-pipe.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Maze 4th in Super G

In the Women’s Super G, while the day belonged to Lindsey Vonn claiming her 63rd win, world Cup leader Tina Maze (SLO) ranks up more World Cup points in a dominating season.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Fenninger 2nd in Super G

In the Women’s Super G, As Lindsey Vonn Claims her 63rd win, Anna Fenninger (AUT) finishes second, .83 seconds behind, and still leads Vonn in the Super G stands by 16 points.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Super G Crashes

In the Women’s Super G, Daniela Merighetti (ITA) gets the worst of it, taking a gate to the face, then Dominique Gisin (SUI) wipess out hard and Marion Rolland (FRA) flies into the netting and had to be carried away.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Vonn wins 63rd race

Yesterday in the Downhill Lindsey Vonn (USA) tied Annemarie Moser-Proll (AUT) win record at 62, today in the Super G she goes one better, becoming the best women’s skier ever with 63 wins.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Vonn 63 Interview

American Superstar Lindsey Vonn talks about becoming the best women’s skier ever, by winning 63 World Cup races.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Kingsbury wins

2013 Moguls Champ, Mikael Kingsbury leads the Canadian sweep of the Dual Moguls podium, beating Philippe Marque in the Final by five points.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Gagnon 3rd

American Sho Kashima crashes out in the small final, giving the Bronze medal to Marc-Antoine Gagnon, who completes the Canadian sweep of the podium.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Kearny wins

2005 and 2013 Mogul Champ Hannah Kearney (USA), in her final season, becomes the World Champ in Dual Moguls, beating Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN) in the Final who suffered a mistake.

2015 Freestyle World Ski Champs: Dual Moguls: Galsheva 3rd

In the small final Yulia Galysheva (KAZ) gets the win, her first championship medal, by just one point of over Chloe Dufour-Lapointe (CAN).

 
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