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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 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 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 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 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina : Vonn wins 63

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: Wengen: Feuz 2nd in Downhill

Beat Feuz claims his second podium finish of the season, just .12 seconds behind Hannes Reichelt (AUT).

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Downhill Crashes

The Wengen Downhill claims three victims in Manuel Osborne-Paradis (CAN), Peter Fill (ITA) and Johan Clarey (FRA). Luckily all three seem no worst for the wear.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Reichelt wins Downhill

Hannes Reichelt (AUT) claims his 9th career win and his second this season. He now moves up into 4th in the Downhill Cup, last season he finished 2nd.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Janka 3rd in Downhill

After winning the Super Combined Friday, today Carlo Janka (SUI) scores another podium finish, taking 3rd in the Downhill. It’s the first podium finishes for Janka since Wengen 2013.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Ross 9th in Downhill

Laurenne Ross (USA) ties Anna Fenninger (AUT) for 9th place today, .68 seconds off the podium. It’s Ross’s third top ten finish this season, tying her seasons best.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Goergl 2nd in Downhill

Elisabeth Goergl (AUT) gets her third podium finish this season .32 seconds behind winner Lindsey Vonn (USA). It’s Goergl’s 41st career podium finish.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Vonn interview

After the Women’s Downhill, Lindsey Vonn talks about tying the win record set by Annemarie Moser-Proll (AUT) in 1980 and looking forward to more wins.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Vonn Ties Record With Win #62

American superstar Lindsey Vonn claims career win number 62, tying Annemarie Moser-Proll’s (AUT) total win record from 1980, by taking first place in the Downhill event during the 2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup in Cortina. Vonn hopes to surpass this record with a total of 63 World Cup wins.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Dufour-Lapointe wins

Olympic Gold Medal winner at Sochi, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), wins with a score of 87.25.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Kearney 2nd

2010 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Hannah Kearney (USA), finishes in 2nd with a score of 85.66 behind 2014 Olympic Gold Medal winner, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN), in Moguls.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Kingsbury 2nd

Olympic Silver medalist at Sochi. Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), finishes 2nd with a score of 86.54. in Moguls.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Benna wins

Anthony Benna (FRA), gets his first ever win in Moguls with a score of 86.89.

2015 Freestyle Skiing Moguls World Championships: Kreischberg: Deneen 4th

Patrick Deneen (USA) finishes 4th as the top American in Kreischberg with a score of 85.64.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina: Vonn ties win record

American superstar Lindsey Vonn ties the Women’s Alpine skiing win record at 62, equalling Annemarie Moser-Proll 1980 record.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Neureuther interview

Felix Neureuther (GER) talks about winning in slalom.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Neureuther wins Slalom

As Slalom leader Marcel Hirscher (AUT) skies out, Felix Neureuther (GER) takes advance, getting his second career win in Wengen and reclaiming the slalom cup lead.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Kristoffersen 3rd in Slalom

Henrik Kristoffersen (NOR) gets his third podium finish this season. He currently ranks 5th in the Slalom Cup.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Wengen: Gross 2nd in Slalom

After getting his first World Cup win last weekend, Stefano Gross (ITA) gets back the podium in 2nd, .20 seconds behind Felix Neureuther (GER).

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Vonn 10th in Downhill

American super star Lindsey Vonn continues to ski remarkably well after her return to the slopes from last year’s injury. During the 2015 Alpine World Cup in Cortina on Thursday, a rescheduling of the weather interrupted Cup in Bad Kleinkirchheim, Vonn claimer her fifth straight top-ten Downhill finish this season. She continues to remain in control of the Cup lead in this event.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Mancuso 8th in Downhill

Julia Mancuso (USA) gets her 5th top ten finish this season, tying with Fabienne Suter (SUI) for 8th place, both .44 seconds off the podium.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Yurkiw 2nd in Downhill

Larisa Yurkiw (CAN) gets her first podium finish this season, just .15 seconds behind Elena Fanchini (ITA).

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Ross 4th in Downhill

As the top American on the day, Laurenne Ross proves her case to get on the team for the World Championships next month, finishing just .03 seconds off the podium.

2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Cortina d’Ampezzo: Fanchini wins Downhill

Elena Fanchini (ITA) won her first race in 2006, and after two 3rd place finishes last year, she finally claims her second career win today by .15 seconds.

 
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