Olympic, World Cup skiing champion Veith retires
Olympic ski champion Anna Veith announced her retirement live on Austrian TV on Saturday, ending a career marred by injuries since she won her second overall World Cup title in 2015.
Swiss ski resort to create longest WCup downhill
A downhill ski race that would be the longest in the World Cup is being planned to join the men's circuit on a course connecting Switzerland and Italy near the Matterhorn mountain.
Shiffrin thwarted as WC alpine races called off
The last races of the women's Alpine skiing World Cup season were canceled Wednesday amid concerns related to the spread of the coronavirus, handing Federica Brignone the overall title and denying Mikaela Shiffrin a chance to defend.
Kilde grabs Alpine World Cup overall lead
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde's second-place finish in the downhill Saturday propelled him into the overall Alpine World Cup lead.
Brignone wins combined title after race canceled
Federica Brignone has won the Alpine combined World Cup title on Sunday without clicking into her skis.
Bad weather cancels WC Alpine event in Austria
A men's World Cup Alpine combined event was canceled Friday "due to the rain and snowfall during the night, the current weather situation and the forecast for the day," the FIS said.
Weather cuts women's WC ski races in Germany
The women's World Cup ski races in Germany next week were canceled Thursday because of poor snow conditions and forecast rain.
Men's WC slalom canceled due to poor weather
World Cup organizers in Japan called off Sunday's men's slalom race before the first run began because of high winds and snow at the Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata Prefecture.
Second is best: Suter clinches WC downhill title
Corinne Suter won the season-long World Cup downhill title on Saturday by finishing race runner-up to Lara Gut-Behrami for the second straight day.
New Zealand teenager Robinson wins GS
New Zealand teenager Alice Robinson overtook first-run leader Petra Vlhova to win a women's World Cup giant slalom on Saturday and claim a second career victory.
Suter gets 1st super-G win; Shiffrin still grieving
Corinne Suter got her first win in a women's World Cup super-G on Sunday, a month after winning her first downhill. American Mikaela Shiffrin did not compete this week as she continues to mourn her father's death.
Noel wins his third World Cup slalom of season
Clement Noel won his third World Cup slalom of the season Saturday after first-run leader Daniel Yule of Switzerland skied out early in his final run.
Rebensburg wins her 1st World Cup downhill
Viktoria Rebensburg mastered the Kandahar course on Saturday for her first career win in a World Cup downhill.
Pinturault rallies from 4th to win giant slalom
Alexis Pinturault became the first skier this season to win two men's World Cup giant slaloms, triumphing on the Kandahar 2 course Sunday to end a series of disappointing results in his strongest discipline.
Mayer first Austrian to win Kitzbuehel in 6 years
For the second time in two days at the 80th Hahnenkamm races, Matthias Mayer spread his arms and bent over backward in celebration.
Curtoni leads Italian sweep in downhill
Elena Curtoni led an Italian sweep of the podium at a women's World Cup downhill on Saturday for her first career victory, while Mikaela Shiffrin placed fourth.
Shiffrin takes World Cup downhill for 1st '20 win
Mikaela Shiffrin picked up her second career downhill win Friday for her fifth World Cup victory of the season and first in 2020.
Vlhova again wins Cup slalom event; Shiffrin 3rd
Petra Vlhova, who ended American Mikaela Shiffrin's nearly year-long World Cup slalom winning streak on Jan. 4, again won in Austria on Tuesday.
Brignone wins WCup combined; Shiffrin skis out
Federica Brignone won a World Cup Alpine combined event on Sunday after most top racers including Mikaela Shiffrin failed to complete a tricky opening super-G run.
Vlhova snaps Shiffrin's Cup slalom streak at 7
Mikaela Shiffrin, who finished second Saturday in Croatia, had won six World Cup slalom races and the world championship event since she last lost to Petra Vlhova on Jan. 8, 2019.
Nearly late Shiffrin picks up 63rd World Cup win
Mikaela Shiffrin was almost late for her opening run but rebounded for her 63rd career World Cup victory.
Shiffrin to skip Cup races in France to rest, train
Three-time defending World Cup downhill champion Mikaela Shiffrin will not race in Val d'Isere this weekend and will instead prepare for next week's races in Austria.
Ledecka skis to first World Cup downhill victory
Ester Ledecka, who also competes in snowboarding, made a charge from late in the field to win her first World Cup competition on the ski side Friday in the season-opening event at Alberta's Lake Louise.
Shiffrin collects record 41st World Cup slalom win
Mikaela Shiffrin earned her 41st career World Cup slalom victory to set the record for any skier -- male or female.
Estonian ski coach gets suspended doping ban
An Estonian court has given a one-year suspended sentence to veteran ski coach Mati Alaver for his role in international doping.
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Banned track coach Alberto Salazar's doping appeal set for November
Banned track and field coach Alberto Salazar will try to overturn his four-year suspension at sport's highest court in November.
Skateboard phenom Sky Brown hospitalized after fall
Olympic hopeful Sky Brown remains hospitalized with several fractures after a fall during a recent training session.
Sports court sets November dates to hear Russian doping case
The Court of Arbitration for Sport said its judging panel will hear evidence on Nov. 2-5 in the latest case examining allegations of Russian state-backed doping and covering up evidence.
GB's youngest Tokyo 2020 hopeful, Sky Brown, fractures skull in training
Skateboarder Sky Brown, who is hoping to become Britain's youngest Olympian next year, fractured her skull and broke bones in her left hand after falling from a ramp during a training session in California.
Janez Kocijancic, Slovenia's top sports official, dies at 78
Janez Kocijancic, Slovenia's leading sports official for decades, died on Monday after "a sudden and severe disease." He was 78.
Bobby Joe Morrow, who won 3 gold medals at 1956 Olympics, dies at 84
Bobby Joe Morrow, the Texas sprinter who won three gold medals in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics while a student at Abilene Christian University, died Saturday. He was 84.