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2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Miller crashes out

Men’s Giant Slalom, while Ted Ligety (USA) gets the win, it was a rough day for the other American skiers, as both Bode Miller and Warner Nickerson wipe-out in run one. (Call your TV provider to watch full events on TV and online.)

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Pinturault 3rd

Men’s Giant Slalom, Alexis Pinturault (FRA) scores his 20th career podium, claiming 3rd today, slipping from 2nd in the first run. He currently ranks 2nd in GS. (Call your TV provider to watch full events on TV and online.)

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Hirscher 2nd

Men’s Giant Slalom, Marcel Hirscher (AUT) comes up short against Ted Ligety (USA) today by 1.51 seconds, although he still ranks first in GS, as the Olympics are next.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Ligety interview

Ted Ligety (USA) talks about getting a Ginat Slalom win right before the Olympic Games.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Ligety wins

Men’s Giant Slalom, in the last race before the Olympics, GS World Champ Ted Ligety (USA) gets his fourth win of the season, currently ranking 3rd in the Giant Slalom.

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.

2014 FIBT Four Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Zubkov 2nd

The reigning World Cup champ, Alexander Zubkov (RUS), finished with a time of 2:09.75 and just missed 1st place by .23 seconds. Zubkov also finished 2nd in yesterday’s 2 Man bobsled.

2014 FIBT Four Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Holcomb 7th

Olympic 4 Man champion, Steven Holcomb (USA), was 5th after the 1st run but dropped to 7th place after his 2nd run. Holcomb now sits in 4th place in the overall standings with 1079 points.

2014 FIBT Four Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Cunningham crashes

American Nick Cunningham was sitting in 3rd place after his 1st run but crashed during his 2nd run, sending him and his crew sliding down the ice at 85mph. Cunningham and all of his crew were able to walk away from the accident.

2014 FIBT Four Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Melbardis wins

Oskars Melbardis (LAT) finished with a winning time of 2:09.52 to claim his first win of the season. Melbardis finished 13th in yesterday’s 2 Man bobsled and finished 23rd in last weeks 4 Man Bobsled at Winterberg.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz 2: Tomass Dukurs 2nd

For the third straight race Tomass Dukurs (LAT) finishes in 2nd, behind his brother Martin. Tomass ranks 3rd in the World Cup.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz 2: Antoine 6th

After taking bronze in the first race in St. Moritz, Matt Antoine (USA) fails to podium today, finishing in 6th, and now ranking 4th.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz 2: Martin Dukurs wins

World Cup ledaer Martin Dukurs (LAT) gets the win with a track record, it’s his fourth win of the season with two races left.

2014 FIBT Women’s Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Martini 2nd

Cathleen Martini (GER) finished with a time of 2:17.14, just .18 seconds out of first place. This is Martini’s first podium of this world cup season.

2014 FIBT Women’s Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: American Gruebel 4th

Jamie Gruebel (USA) and brake woman Emily Azevedo finished with a time of 2:17.25, just missing the podium by .10 seconds. Gruebel was also 4th in her previous bobsled at Winterberg.

2014 FIBT Women’s Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Humphries wins

After finishing 10th in the first run, Kaillie Humphries (CAN) slingshotted herself all the way to 1st place after her record setting 2nd run. Humphries set a track record in her 2nd run with a time of 1:08.15.

2014 FIBT Two Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Holcomb 5th

World Cup leader Steven Holcomb (USA) with Christopher Fogt maintains his world cup lead by 62 points with a 5th place finish today, with just two more races.

2014 FIBT Two Man Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Zubkov 2nd

Alexander Zubkov (RUS) with Alexey Voevoda gets his third 2nd place finish of the season and moves into 3rd in the World Cup with two races left.

2014 FIBT Two Man Boblsed World Cup: St. Moritz: Hefti wins

Beat Hefti (SUI) with Alex Baumann wins his second straight race this season and holds fast in second place in the Cup with two races left.

2014 FIBT Women’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz: Yarnold 2nd

With three wins under her belt, Elizabeth (Lizzy) Yarnold (GBR) slips to 2nd today, but due to Noelle Pikus-Pace being DQ’d in the first race, Yarnold still holds the Overall lead.

2014 FIBT Women’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz: Pikus-Pace wins

Noelle Pikus-Pace (USA) now ties Lizzy Arnold (GBR) with three wins this season, but with a DQ in the first race, she’s still 200 points behind Yanorld in the Cup.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz: Tomass Dukurs 2nd

Tomass Dukurs (LAT) lost to his brother Martins Dukurs after leading by .14 seconds in his first run. This is Tomass’ 2nd straight silver medal finish as he also trailed his brother in the Skeleton at Winterberg.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz: Antoine top American

Matthew Antoine (USA) finished in 3rd place with a total time of 2:19.87 as the Dukurs brothers took the top 2 spots. Antoine was the winner a few weeks ago in Lake Placid and has been on the podium 3 times this season.

2014 FIBT Men’s Skeleton World Cup: St. Moritz: Martins Dukurs wins

Martins Dukurs (LAT) picked up his 3rd win of the season after winning today with a time of 2:19.18, beating his brother Tomass Dukurs by .28 seconds. Martins Dukurs (LAT) leads the overall standings with 1045 points.

2014 FIBT World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Men’s Skeleton Heat #2

The birthplace of the sports of bobsleigh and skeleton, St. Moritz is the only natural rack that hosts international competition. St. Moritz has hosted the FIBT World Champion a record 17 times.

2014 FIBT World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Men’s Skeleton Heat #2

The birthplace of the sports of bobsleigh and skeleton, St. Moritz is the only natural rack that hosts international competition. St. Moritz has hosted the FIBT World Champion a record 17 times.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Lindell-Vikarby 2nd

Women’s Giant Slalom, After winning in Beaver Creek, Jessica Lindell-Vikarby (SWE) gets back on the podium in 2nd, .37 seconds behind Tessa Worley, making this her best season.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Maze 3rd

Women’s Giant Slalom, Last years World Cup winner Tina Maze (SLO) gets her second podium finish this year, another 3rd place, moving up from 6th in run one.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Worley wins

Women’s Giant Slalom, 2013 World Champ Tessa Worley (FRA) hasn’t seen a World Cup win since early 2012, but she gets back on top today, winning both run one and two by .37 seconds.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Mancuso 12th

Women’s Giant Slalom, The 2006 Olympic champ Julia Mancuso (USA) gets her best finish of the new season in 12th, 1.80 seconds off the podium.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Run 1 DNFs

Women’s Giant Slalom, the course turned out to be trickier than it looked as several women ski out and crash in the first run for a Did Not Finish, including Mikalea Shiffrin and Lara Gut.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Worley interview

World Champ Tessa Worley (FRA) talks about her first podium this season.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Ladies Giant Slalom (mobile)

Nerves will be tence once again on Corvigila, St. Moritz´s local mountain. The world´s top women skiers will compete in Super G and Giant Slalom: a chance to experience close-up the thrill of the of the Alpine Ski World Cup.

2013 Alpine World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Ladies Giant Slalom

Nerves will be tence once again on Corvigila, St. Moritz´s local mountain. The world´s top women skiers will compete in Super G and Giant Slalom: a chance to experience close-up the thrill of the of the Alpine Ski World Cup.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Stacey Cook 16th

Women’s Super G, Stacey Cook becomes the top American on the day, with no Vonn and Mancuso taking 20th, she finishes 1.35 seconds off the podium, her second best finish of the season.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Kling 2nd

Women’s Super G, Surprising the field by coming out of bib 44, Kajsa Kling (SWE) gets her first podium, 2nd place, .31 seconds out of first.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Weirather wins

Women’s Super G, Already with three silvers and one bronze this season, Tina Weirather (LIT) scores her first ever win by .31 seconds, she’s now 2nd in the overall.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Lara Gut 7th

Women’s Super G, After winning the first two Super G races Lara Gut (SUI) settles for 7th in the third race, .73 seconds off the podium, but she remains the overall World Cup leader.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Colettie crashes hard

Women’s Super G, Alexandra Coletti (MON) suffers a bad crash and has to be airlifted off the mountain. We all hope for a speedy recovery.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz: Curtoni crashes

Women’s Super G, Elena Curtoin (ITA) wipes out good, but manages to walk away.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Ladies Super G

Nerves will be tence once again on Corvigila, St. Moritz´s local mountain. The world´s top women skiers will compete in Super G and Giant Slalom: a chance to experience close-up the thrill of the of the Alpine Ski World Cup.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: St. Moritz, Switzerland: Ladies Super G (mobile)

Nerves will be tence once again on Corvigila, St. Moritz´s local mountain. The world´s top women skiers will compete in Super G and Giant Slalom: a chance to experience close-up the thrill of the of the Alpine Ski World Cup.

2012 Alpine World Cup: St. Moritz: Lindsey Vonn Wins Super Combined

January 27, 2012: Lindsey Vonn wins the Super Combined event in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

2010 Alpine World Cup: St. Moritz: Lindsey Vonn Wins Super G

On the 31th of January 2010, Lindsey Vonn won the super g event in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

2013 4 Man Bobsled World Championships: St. Moritz: Ardnt wins 4 Man Bobsled title

The former 2011 junior world champ Maximillian Arndt (GER), along with his German crew, finished with a time of 4:20.67. Ardnt was the silver medalist at last years championships in Lake Placid.

2013 Men’s Skeleton World Championship: St. Moritz: Tretiakov wins 1st Skeleton world title

Alexander Tretiakov (RUS) finished with total time of 4:32.35, beating defending champ Martins Dukurs (LAT) by .03 seconds. Tretiakov had the best times in 3 out of the 4 runs.

Reviewing the 2013 Women’s Skeleton World Championship in St. Moritz

Commentators, Martin Haven and John Morgan talk about the history of bobsled and skeleton at St. Moritz, Switzerland, along with the course.

2013 Women’s Skeleton World Championship: St. Moritz: Shelley Rudman becomes Skeleton World champ

The 31 year old Shelley Rudman became the first British women to win the Skeleton World championships, finishing with a time of 4:38.6. Rudman was a silver medalist at the 2006 Olympic games and is the current overall WC champion.

2013 2-Man Bobsled World Championship: St. Moritz: Friedrich becomes youngest Bobsled champ

22-year-old Francesco Friedrich and brakeman Jannis Baecker (GER) surprised all competitors Sunday, finishing with a total time of 4.22.78. Friedrich set a new track record and had the best times in 3 of the 4 runs.

2013 Women Bobsled World Cup: St. Moritz: Kaillie Humphries wins Bobsled Championship

Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries of Canada successfully defended her world championship, teaming with brakeman Chelsea Valois to finish the four-run competition in 4 minutes, 30.31 seconds — 0.68 seconds faster than Elana Meyers and Katie Eberling.

2012 Alpine World Cup: Giant Slalom: St. Moritz: Tina Maze wins

Tina Maze (SLO) has been having an amazing WC these year and she adds to her GS lead with a win in St. Moritz, finishing with a time of 2:11.07. Maze has been on the podium in her last four races.

2012 Alpine World Cup: Giant Slalom: St. Moritz: Lindsey Vonn Interview

Lindsey Vonn (USA) talks about her disappoint to losing because of a mistake and how she will countinue to work harder so that it doesn’t happen again.

2012 Alpine World Cup: Giant Slalom: St. Moritz: Viktoria Rebensburg gets 2nd place

The 23-year-old Olympic gold medalist Viktoria Rebensburg finished with a time of 2:11.15, just .08 seconds behind Tina Maze.

 
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