Lisa Zimmermann (GER) talks about winning the Women’s Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle World Cup and placing 1st overall.
Philomena Bair crashes hard during slope style, eliminating her chances of medaling.
Noah Wallace (USA) talks about placing 2nd the Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle World Cup.
Jesper Tjader (SWE) talks about winning the Freestyle Skiing Slopestyle World Cup and placing 1st overall.
Lisa Zimmermann (GER) receives the Crystal Globe after taking gold in the Women’s Slopestyle event. This is the first globe for Germany in 5 years.
Noah Wallace (USA) wins 2nd place in Men’s Slopestyle World Cup.
Jesper Tjader (SWE) wins 1st in the Men’s Slopestyle event, awarding him gold, as well as his first World Cup medal.
Watch all the tumbles and falls from the men and women’s FIS Slopestyle World Cup.
In the last Mogul event of the season, Hannah Kearney (USA) gets the win and wins her third overall World Cup title as well (2011, 2012, 2014).
Alex Bilodeau (CAN) wins the final Dual Mogul of the season, but coming in 2nd, Mikael Kingsbury (CAN) wins the Overall globe by 11 points
In the last Mogul event of the season, Maxime Dufour-Lapointe (CAN) claims 3rd with the small final win, though she ranks off the season’s podium behind her sisters Justine and Chloe in 4th.
Benjamin Cavet (FRA) gets the Small Final win for the home crowd as Bradley Wilson (USA) settles for 4th. He finishes 4th of the season too.
Justine Dufour-Lapointe takes 2nd plance in Women’s Dual Moguls. She recently won gold for Mogul in the Sochi Olympics.
Olympic medalist Hannah Kearney (USA) wins gold in the Women’s Dual Moguls.
Bradley Wilson (USA) finishes in 3rd place in the Men’s Dual Moguls.
Nobuyuki Nishi (JPN) wipes out in the Men’s Dual Moguls, causing him the event.
Mikael Kingsbury (CAN) wins 1st place at the Men’s Dual Moguls. He took the silver medal in 2013.
Alex Bilodeau takes 2nd place in the Men’s Dual Moguls. He recently took home a gold medal from the Sochi Olympics for the Moguls event.
Martin Sundby (NOR) talks about winning his first Overall World Cup title.
Therese Johaug (NOR) talks about winning the Cross Country Skiing World Cup Finals and winning the Crystal Globe for being ranked 1st overall.
Therese Johaug (NOR) wins gold in the Cross Country Skiing World Cup, as well as becoming the 1st overall leader in the season and taking home the Crystal Globe.
Martin Sundby (NOR) chases down Alex Harvey (CAN) to get the last win of the season, but Harvey hangs on for second, making him 3rd in the Overall.
In the last race of the season, five time Giant Sllaom winner Ted Ligety (USA) finishes in 12th, ending the season ranked 4th in the Overall.
For the second year in a row Felix Neureuther (GER) has to settle for second place in the Slalom, 15 points behind Marcel Hirscher (AUT) and 5th in the Overall.
After 17 years, 33 year old Tanja Poutiainen (FIN) has her last run in a World Cup race, she had won three World Cups titles, four World Championship medals and one Olympic medal.
Two time Slalom Title winner, Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) drops to 12th in the final race of the season and finishes 6th in the Overall.
Eva-Maria Brem (AUT) finishes up her best season, claiming her second career podium finish. The first was this season as well, as she ends 8th in GS.
Marcel Hirscher (AUT) talks about winning the Slalom title and the Overall, as fellow countrywoman Anna Fenninger talks about winning the Giant Slalom title and the Overall.
The Overall season winner, Anna Fenninger (AUT) picks up her second career Globe today, winning the day and Giant Slalom ranking as well.
The three time Overall winner Marcel Hirscher gets the win today and takes the Slalom title for a second year as well.
On the first day of Moguls, Patrick Deneen (USA) gets his third podium finish of the season and moves into 3rd place in the ranking with two events left.
On the first day of Moguls, Alex Bilodeau (CAN) gets his 7th podium finish of the season and pulls within 11 points of world Cup leader Mikael Kingsbury (CAN), who finished 4th, with two events left in the World Cup
On the first day of Moguls, Junko Hoshino (JPN) under rotates and crashes down hard. She manages to ski away and hopefully is ok.
On the first day of Moguls, Chloe Lapointe (CAN) takes 2nd, .33 points behind her sister Justine, she now ranks 3rd in the World Cup with four podium finishes.
On the first day of Moguls, Hannah Kearny (USA) comes up .48 points shy and settles for 3rd, she now slips into 2nd in the World Cup, with just two events left.
On the first day of Moguls, The Bronze Medalist from the Sochi Olympics, Alexandr Smyshlyaev (RUS) wins his first World Cup event, by just .23 points.
On the first day of Moguls, Justine Dufour-Lapointe (CAN) gets the wins, her 4th this season, and claims the World Cup lead over Hannah Kearney (USA) by 15 points.
Therese Johaug (NOR) talks about taking the lead over her teammate Marit Bjoergen (NOR) in Day 2 of the Cross Country Skiing World Cup Finals.
Alex Harvey (CAN) talks about winning the day and the rest of the Skiathon.
Alex Harvey (CAN) gets his third win this season, just edging out Martin Sundby (NOR). Harvey moves into 4th in the Overall and Sundby secures the Overall victory with one race left
Therese Johaug (NOR) gets the win by 33.6 seconds over her teammate, Marit Bjoergen, and keeps her Overall lead by 7 points, with one race left.
Alexis Pinturault (FRA) scores his fourth podium this season in the eight Giant Slalom races, taking 2nd on the day and 3rd in the Slalom ranking- moving into 3rd in the Overall as well.
Marcel Hirscher (AUT) takes 4th on the day, costing him the GS title by .01 seconds, but it’s enough to give him his third straight Overall World Cup title as Svindal (NOR) skies out.
Ted Ligety (USA) talks about winning his 5th Giant Slalom World Cup Title, by the slimest margin in history. Only .01 seconds kept Marcel Hirscher (AUT) away from the points he needed.
Ted Ligety (USA) gets his 5th GS win in only six races that plus tying Marcel Hirscher (AUT) with 560 points gives him his 5th GS World Cup title (2008, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014).
Frida Hansdotter (SWE) claims her fourth podium finish season, and with win one out of the eight Slalom races she finishes the season ranked 2nd.
Marlies Schild (AUT) takes 3rd in the final and 3rd in the final Slalom rankings, getting two wins out of six races and missing two to injury.
Fanny Smith (SUI) takes 1st place in the Women’s Ski Cross event. She currently has 6 World Cup gold medals for Ski Cross.
Check out the crashes from the FIS Ski Cross Event.
Victor Oehling Norberg (SWE) takes 1st place at the Men’s Ski Cross event.
The 19 year old American Mikaela Shiffrin talks about winning her second Slalom World Cup Title.
The 19 year old American Mikaela Shiffrin again proves unbeatable, the current World and Olympic Champ now wins her second straight World Cup title as well- winning five of the eight races.
Kikkan Randall (USA) for the third straight years wins the Women’s Sprint Globe as Ola Vigen Hattestad (NOR) wins his first men’s title. Meanwhile Marit Bjoergen (NOR) and Teodor Peterson won the final races of the season.
In the Sprint Final Emil Joensson and fellow Swede Teodor Peterson came down to a photo-finish with Peterson taking the final win of the season, ending 4th for the season.
In the final sprint of the season Marit Bjoergen gets the win, and puts herself 3rd in the Sprints, and is now just three points behind in the Overall.
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