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Bjornsens, Randall part of good day for US skiers

Four APU skiers -- Kikkan Randall, Sadie Bjornsen, Erik Bjornsen and Rosie Brennan -- were among five Americans who scored World Cup points.

Lindsey Vonn revives fight to race against men

Lindsey Vonn's request to race against men in a World Cup downhill will be studied again by the International Ski Federation next week.

Guay, Osborne-Paradis lead Canada's alpine team into new season

World champion Erik Guay and bronze medallist Manny Osborne-Paradis are the headliners of Canada's alpine ski team for next season.

Anchorage skier Sadie Bjornsen sprints to another World Cup podium finish

Bjornsen placed third in Saturday's classic sprint in Norway, a week after placing second in Finland.

Austria's Kriechmayr takes super-G for 1st World Cup win

Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria proficiently navigated a bumpy and demanding super-G course on Friday in Beaver Creek, Colo., to win his first World Cup race.

Torn ACL, dislocated shoulder end skier Marie-Michele Gagnon's season

Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament to her right knee during a training run and will miss the rest of the season.

Lindsey Vonn walks away after crashing in Lake Louise downhill

American ski star Lindsey Vonn fell on the final turn and crashed into the safety netting during Friday's women's season-opening World Cup downhill at Lake Louise, Alta., won by

Lindsey Vonn wants to be the GOAT

It's a title reserved for the best to ever play their sports. If Lindsey Vonn can win 10 more World Cup races, starting this week at Lake Louise, she'll be able to stake her claim

Anchorage ski community shocked by avalanche death of local legend Randy Bergt

Bergt, 60, was killed when a wind-loaded slab of snow caught him as he descended Marmot Mountain despite avalanche advisories.

With a career-best World Cup result, Anchorage skier Bjornsen is headed to

Sadie Bjornsen captured second place in a classic sprint race Friday, meeting the top criteria for making the Olympic team.

Former Fairbanks skiers a force at Alaska Nordic Cup relay

Three Fairbanks-grown skiers helped set the winning pace in the 4x5-kilometer race at Kincaid Park.

UAA skiers put on a strong show at Hatcher Pass

The Independence Mine trails provided a scenic spot for the first day of the Alaska Nordic Cup, which moves to Kincaid Park for a Sunday relay race.

Erik Guay doesn't want an Olympic medal 'to be the one that got away'

On the threshold of what could very well be his final season of racing, the most-decorated alpine skier in Canadian history acknowledges that he is not yet satisfied.

Canadian skier Dustin Cook confident he'll be 'on top of the world' again

A full season removed from having his 2015-16 season wiped out following reconstructive knee surgery, Ottawa's Dustin Cook is feeling "stronger than ever" for Sunday's super-G race

Manny Osborne-Paradis focused on Olympic push

Canada's Manny Osborne-Paradis made his season debut in men's downhill at Lake Louise, Alta., on Saturday, looking to carry over a strong finish to the 2016-17 season and a

Alex Harvey misses out on x-country skiing medal by less than 1 second

Alex Harvey wrapped up his weekend at the cross-country skiing World Cup in Ruka, Finland, with a fourth place finish in the 15-kilometre pursuit free race on Sunday.

Mikaela Shiffrin wins World Cup slalom in Vermont

American Mikaela Shiffrin has picked up her first win of the season in convincing style, winning both runs of the women's World Cup slalom on Sunday.

Canadian-turned-Czech skier Jan Hudec not giving up on Olympic dream

On the right shoulder of Jan Hudec's racing suit, a Maple Leaf intersects with a lion. Meshing symbols of Canada and the Czech Republic over yet another body part that has been

Switzerland's Beat Feuz wins men's World Cup downhill in Lake Louise

Beat Feuz of Switzerland won the season-opening men's World Cup downhill Saturday. The reigning world champion posted a winning time of one minute 43.76 seconds in Lake Louise,

Rebensburg edges Shiffrin for giant slalom gold

Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg won her second-straight giant slalom Saturday by edging Mikaela Shiffrin, the World Cup overall leader who was skiing in the state where she attended

With a chance to ski the free technique, Alaskans fare well in World Cup pursuit

After the season's first three races, Sadie Bjornsen ranks 10th in the World Cup overall rankings.

Canada's Evan McEachran relieved to finally reach freeski slopestyle podium

Canadian Evan McEachran felt a huge weight off his shoulders after scoring a silver medal at the freeski slopestyle World Cup season opener in Stubai, Austria, on Sunday.