Athlete Spotlight: Dylan Ferguson


2011 U.S. Champion Dylan Ferguson is not only a rising force on the aerials hill, but he also shreds park and pipe like there's no tomorrow (search "Dylan Ferguson" on YouTube for proof). After his first two podiums on the World Cup circuit this season, expect the Massachusetts native to continue perfecting his high-flying style for years to...

Miller to Miss Remainder of Season


CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (Feb. 27) – After further evaluation of an injured left knee, Olympic champion Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) will miss the remainder of the 2012 Audi FIS Alpine World Cup season. Miller, who had an evaluation and exploritory arthroscopy on...

Fletcher Fourth for Personal Best


LIBEREC, Czech Republic (Feb. 26) – Bryan Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, CO) scored a career best World Cup result Sunday, finishing fourth in an individual Gundersen in Liberec. At the midway mark...

Ligety Ninth in Sticky Swiss Giant Slalom


CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (Feb. 26) - Fighting through incredibly soft snow conditions, Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) was slowed to ninth place in the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup giant slalom at Crans Montana won by Italian Massimiliano Blardone. As the course...

Vonn Wins Record 18th World Cup Super G


BANSKO, Bulgaria (Feb. 26) - Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) made up an astounding .61 deficit on the bottom half of a bumpy Bansko speed track to notch a historic 18th career super G win and pass Austrian Renate Goetschl in the women's Audi FIS Alpine World Cup tour record...

Demong Manages Massive Gain


LIBEREC, Czech Republic (Feb. 25) – Olympic Champion Billy Demong (Vermontville, NY), turned a number 38 start position, with a two minute and 14 second gap to make up, into a top-15 when he landed 14th Saturday in windy Liberec. Strong winds forced the provisional...

Wind Blows Away Bansko Downhill


BANSKO, Bulgaria (Feb. 25) - After three and a half hours of delays, the jury officially canceled the women's Audi FIS Alpine World Cup downhill in Bansko due to inconsistent high winds that blew up and down the mountain. Regardless of the scrapped race, Lindsey Vonn...

Weibrecht 20th in Second Swiss Super G


CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (Feb. 25) - Andrew Weibrecht (Lake Placid, NY) sliced the Crans Montana soft snow for 20th in the second Audi FIS Alpine World Cup super G as Austrian Benni Raich earned the first super G victory of his storied career.

Weibrecht Top 25 in Crans Montana Super G


CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (Feb. 24) - Olympic super G bronze medalist Andrew Weibrecht (Lake Placid, NY) was 24th in the first of two Audi FIS Alpine World Cup super G races held in sun soaked Crans Montana as Swiss Didier Cuche earned the 21st win of his...

Hoffman Takes U23 Silver


ERZURUM, Turkey (Feb. 24) - The U.S. Ski Team's Noah Hoffman (Aspen, CO/Ski and Snowboard Club Vail) battled his way to a silver medal in the 15k classic at the U23 World Championships in Turkey. Hoffman battled Germany's Hannes Dotzler most of the race before pulling ahead in the final kilometers to take silver by just over two seconds. He...

Junior Worlds Silver for Hendrickson


ERZURUM, Turkey (Feb. 24) - In a battle of the teens, Japan's Sara Takanashi took gold on the HS109 meter hill in Erzurum to take the Nordic Junior World Ski Championships over the USA's Sarah Hendrickson (Park City, UT) by a 276.5 to 265.0 margin. The two were tied after the first jump before the Youth Olympic Games champion soared to the win...

Mancuso Wins Moscow Night Race


MOSCOW, Russia (Feb. 21) - Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA) ripped through the head-to-head style parallel slalom to win under the lights for her second Audi FIS Alpine World Cup win this season. Teammate...

Demong Top 10 in Snowy Germany


KLINGENTHAL, Germany (Feb. 19) – Challenging weather conditions in Klingenthal, Germany Sunday did not claim Olympic champion Billy Demong (Vermontville, NY) as he finished 10th in an individual Gundersen, making up 10 spots from the jump. High winds and heavy...

Kasper, Ligety Land 6-7 in Bansko Slalom


BANSKO, Bulgaria (Feb. 19) - Nolan Kasper (Warren, VT) and Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) produced strong second runs to finish sixth and seventh at an Audi FIS Alpine World Cup slalom in...

Unstable Snow Claims Sochi Super Combi


SOCHI, Russia (Feb. 19) - The Sochi organizing committee made every effort to prepare the 2014 Olympic speed track, but overnight snow and warm temperatures made the surface too unstable to host the third Audi FIS Alpine World Cup super combined. The race will not be rescheduled later in the season, therefore...

Giant Slalom Lead Slips from Ligety


BANSKO, Bulgaria (Feb. 18) - Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) survived a near crash in his second run dropping him from first to 27th on the day and out of the lead of the giant slalom standings for the first time this season. In a stumble he missed a gate that whipped him...

Randall In Career Best Classic Finish


SZKLARSKA POREBA, Poland (Feb. 18) - Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) skied to a career best classical technique distance event, finishing eighth in a 10k FIS Cross Country World Cup in Szklarska Poreba. Thousands of Polish fans turned out to see national hero Justyna Kowalcyk win a day after Randall knocked her out in the quarterfinals of the sprint...

Fletcher Top Result for USA


KLINGENTHAL, Germany (Feb. 18) – Bryan Fletcher (Steamboat Springs, CO) led the USA Saturday in Klingenthal, Germany, posting 17th after jumping to 14th and skiing to make up a...

Record Four Americans in DH Top 10


SOCHI, Russia (Feb.

Historical Fifth Downhill Title for Vonn


SOCHI, Russia (Feb. 18) - With a month still remaining in the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup, Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) clinched a record fifth straight dowhill title with a third place finish in Rosa Khutor on the 2014 Olympic course. Vonn now holds a 231 point lead over Germany's Maria...