December 18, 2011: Ted Ligety wins the first run in Alta Badia with near flawless skiing.
December 6, 2011: America’s Ted Ligety wins the second Beaver Creek GS with a brilliant second run.
Apparently the bib matched, as bib number 16 Ted Ligety (USA) was 16th after run one and finishes in 16th after run two as well, 1.25 seconds out of first.
Ted Ligety (USA) talks about this 6th Giant Slalom win in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Ted Ligety (USA), hoping to win his 5th Giant Slalom globe, gets his 4th win this season and now sits 50 points behind Marcel Hirscher (AUT) with only the final left.
After their gold medal performances at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games, alpine skiers Ted Ligety and Mikaela Shiffrin were named the U.S. Olympic Committee Athletes of the Month for February. Ligety became the first American male to win Olympic gold in giant slalom. Shiffrin, at the age of 18, became the youngest Olympic gold medalist […]
PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/RUBEN SPRICH (Reuters) – Triple world champion Ted Ligety was late joining the Sochi Olympic party but armed with a little local knowledge and some Russian goodwill he looks set to make up for lost time. The U.S. ski team have struck an unlikely relationship with their Russian counterparts, so Ligety, despite only venturing to […]
Ted Ligety (USA) talks about getting a Ginat Slalom win right before the Olympic Games.
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.
American Ted Ligety finished the men’s Super Combined with a total time of 2:03.23 to pick up his 2nd SC podium of the season. Ligety won his 1st World Cup Super Combined just a few weeks ago in Wengen.