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Podium 360 Update: Wengen

Mikaela Shiffrin wins 3rd slalom this season. Ted Ligety wins first super combined at Wengen, Bodi Miller finishes 5th on the downhill event.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Neureuther 2nd

Men’s slalom, the silver medal World Champ, Felix Neureuther (GER) claims his 24th career podium, getting a bump up from 3rd in run one, to finish 2nd.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Bad luck Americans

Men’s slalom, first Ted Ligety gets disqualified for straddling, David Chodunsky wipes out, and the only American to make the second run is Bode Miller, but he loses time and finishes 26th.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Pinutrault wins

Men’s slalom, Pinturault (FRA) scores his 5th career win, moving all the way up from 7th in run one, beating Marcel Hirscher (AUT).

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Hirscher 3rd

Men’s slalom, Marcel Hirscher (AUT) needed some points to help catch World Cup leader Askel Lund Svindal (NOR) but slipping to 3rd, after leading in run one, Svindal still leads by 22 points.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Slalom

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Slalom (mobile)

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Reichelt 2nd

Men’s Downhill, Hannes Reichelt (AUT) scores his fourth podium this season, holding him in second place in the Downhill, humdred points behind Askel Lund Svindal (NOR).

Aksel Lund Svindal 3rd in Wengen Downhill

Men’s Downhill, Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) starts to pull away in the overall competition with this podium finish, leading Marcel Hirscher (AUT) by 82 points.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Miller 5th

Men’s Downhill, On a shorten course American star Bode Miller misses the podium by .27 seconds, getting his 5th top ten finish this season.

2014 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Kueng wins

Men’s Downhill, Patrick Kueng (SUI) gets the second win of his career, and on home soil, the win moves him into 3rd in the Downhill Cup.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Downhill (mobile)

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Downhill

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Ted Ligety interview

Ted Ligety (USA) talks about how he picked up his 1st world cup super combined win in today’s tough snow conditions.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Wengen: American Miller 8th

The 36 year old American Bode Miller finished the men’s super combined with a time of 2:46.89 to land himself inside the top 10. Miller’s American teammate Ted Ligety went on to win the event.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Baumann crashes

Austrian Romed Baumann crashed in his downhill run after he lost his ski going into a turn. Baumann slid into the fences hard but was able to later get up and ski down the hill

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Zrncic-Dim 3rd

Natko Zrncic-Dim (CRO) finished 3rd in the men’s Super Combined with a total time of 2:45.82. Zrncic-Dim trailed 2nd place Alexis Pinturault (FRA) by just .14 seconds.

2014 FIS Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Pinturault 2nd

Coming into this race as a heavy favorite, Alexis Pinturault (FRA) finished 2nd in the super combined after he could mot maintain his lead going into the downhill run. This is Pinturault’s 4th podium finish this season.

2014 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Ted Ligety wins

American Ted Ligety won the super combined with a total time of 1:53.58, beating race leader Alexis Pinturault (FRA) by .22 seconds. Ligety is the reigning super combined world champ but he has never won a super combined world cup event until today.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Super Combined

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

2014 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen, Switzerland: Men’s Super Combined (mobile)

The international Lauberhorn ski races were held for the first time in 1930. The ski run is the longest race in the Ski World Cup and the slalom is one of the most demanding courses in the world.

Universal Sports reviews Men’s Slalom: Wengen

Universal Sports’ Steve Porino and Doug Lewis discuss Marcel Hirscher’s loss and what it might mean for the World Championships.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Slalom: Neureuther wins

Felix Neureuther (GER) scored his second win of the season, after winning the City Event, by .23 seconds; he ranks second in Slalom.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Slalom: Hirscher 2nd

By just .23 seconds, Marcel Hirscher (AUT) gives up the slalom win. He still maintains the Slalom Cup lead and the World Cup lead as well.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Slalom: Kostelic 3rd

2011′s World Cup winner Ivica Kostelic (CRO) is still looking for his first win this season, but he gets his second podium, both of which happened this weekend in Wengen.

Neureuther emulates father with Wengen win

Germany’s Felix Neureuther speeds past a pole on his way to win an Alpine ski World Cup men’s slalom, in Wengen, Switzerland, Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Shinichiro Tanaka) By Manuele Lang WENGEN, Switzerland, Jan 20 (Reuters) – Germany’s Felix Neureuther won the classic Wengen World Cup slalom on Sunday, 39 years on from his […]

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Slalom: Ligety 13th

Ted Ligety (USA) finish at his bid number, in 3th, 1.08 seconds off the podium. He remains in third place in the World Cup.

2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen: Men’s SL1 & SL2

Wengen, located in the heart of the Swiss alps, is a small village of only 1300 inhabitants and is famous thanks the World Cup races that have been a firm fixture since 1930 on the Lauberhorn slope.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Review

Steve Porino and Doug Lewis talk about a coach’s mindset in trying to build a faster skier and what advantages might exist.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Innerhofer wins

In two minutes 29.82 seconds, Christof Innerhofer (ITA), the super-G world champion, won the fifth Alpine ski World Cup race of his career and the third downhill, two months after his return to the top in Beaver Creek.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Kroell 2nd

Klaus Kroell (AUT) takes second place, .3 seconds behind Christof Innerhofer.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Perko crashes

With the finish line in sight, Rok Perko (SLO) wipes out hard, but manages to walk away.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Clarey sets record

Johan Clarey (FRA) couldn’t keep the speed up to win the race, but he’s the first man to ever hit 100.6 mph in the World Cup.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Svindal crashes

Askel Lund Svindal (NOR) can’t control the dropping turn and smashes into the netting. He did manage to ski away.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill: Sullivan 13th

Marco Sullivan (USA) led the U.S. Ski Team, finishing 13th in the fabled Lauberhorn — one of the most punishing downhills on the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup — just .96 seconds off the podium.

Innerhofer wins Wengen downhill

Italy’s Christof Innerhofer speeds down the course on his way to win an Alpine Ski World Cup men’s downhill, in Wengen, Switzerland, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. (AP Photo/Shinichiro Tanaka) By Manuele Lang WENGEN, Switzerland, Jan 19 (Reuters) – Christof Innerhofer boosted his world championship hopes when he became the first Italian in 16 years to […]

2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen: Men’s DH

Wengen, located in the heart of the Swiss alps, is a small village of only 1300 inhabitants and is famous thanks the World Cup races that have been a firm fixture since 1930 on the Lauberhorn slope.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Race Review

Universal Sports host Steve Porino and Doug Lewis express their ‘love’ for the Super Combined, and how much they look forward to the Downhill.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Binding trouble

Universal Sports host Steve Porino and Doug Lewis break down the break downs as Matteo Marsaglia (ITA), Ted Ligety (USA), and Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) all kicked out of their binding.

Frenchman Pinturault wins Wengen super-combined

By Manuele Lang WENGEN, Switzerland, Jan 18 (Reuters) – France’s Alexis Pinturault made the most of his all-round talent to clinch his third World Cup race in a men’s super-combined in Wengen on Friday. The 21-year-old, one of the most exciting prospects to emerge in the sport in recent years, outclassed his rivals in the […]

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Pinturault wins

Holding 22nd after the Downhill, Alexis Pinturault (FRA) jumped up to take the win in Slalom, his 10th career win and second this season.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Kostelic 2nd

Ivica Kostelic (CRO) was set to break a record with another Super Combined win, but it didn’t happen today. Instead he settled for another podium, 1.15 seconds out of first.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Janka 3rd

2010 World Cup winner Carlos Janka (SUI) hasn’t seen a podium in nearly two years due to various injuries, but he secured third in the Super Combined at Wengen.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Super Combined: Ligety out

With World Cup points in sight, Ted Ligety becomes the second American (Jared Goldberg) to ski out in the slalom portion.

FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen: Men’s SC/SL/SC/DH (REPLAY)

Wengen, located in the heart of the Swiss alps, is a small village of only 1300 inhabitants and is famous thanks the World Cup races that have been a firm fixture since 1930 on the Lauberhorn slope. (Full event replay)

Third Wengen training cancelled due to overnight snowfall

Members of the Swiss Army work inside the start house at the start of the traditional Lauberhorn men’s alpine skiing World Cup downhill race in the Swiss Alps in Wengen, January 17, 2013. The third practice was cancelled due to much fresh snow on the slope. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND – Tags: SPORT SKIING) Courtesy of […]

France fastest in second Wengen training

Courtesy of fisalpine.com WENGEN, Switzerland – The second day of Downhill training on the Lauberhorn couldn’t have been a smoother one. After a scare about a possible bad weather forecast, Johan Clarey paced Wednesday’s training, which was held on the complete course. The French skier crossed the finish line in 2 minutes, 34.62 seconds, leaving […]

Universal Sports previews “the Lauberhorn” in Wengen

Universal Sports’ Steve Porino and Doug Lewis preview the latest in alpine ski suit technology as the World Cup circuit heads to Wengen (SUI), where every hundredth of a second matters, making the gliding material key to downhill success.

2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup: Wengen Viewer’s Guide

Universal Sports is your destination for comprehensive coverage of the 2012-2013 FIS Alpine World Cup. 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 change) For our skiing fans: Since the beginning of 2012, we have […]

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Americans all ski out in SL

Jan. 15, 2012: All of the American skiers ski out in the first run of the men’s slalom in Wengen, Switzerland.

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Americans all ski out in SL

Jan. 15, 2012: All of the American skiers ski out in the first run of the men’s slalom in Wengen, Switzerland.

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Miller fifth in DH

Jan. 14, 2012: American Bode Miller finishes fifth in the men’s downhill in Wengen, Switzerland.

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Miller fifth in DH

Jan. 14, 2012: American Bode Miller finishes fifth in the men’s downhill in Wengen, Switzerland.

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Kostelic wins slalom

Jan. 15, 2012: Ivica Kostelic wins the men’s slalom in Wengen, Switzerland.

2012 Alpine WC Wengen: Feuz wins downhill

Jan. 14, 2012: Beat Feuz wins the men’s downhill in Wengen, Switzerland, while skiing on home turf.

 
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