Luitz regains his 1st World Cup win on appeal
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has given German skier Stefan Luitz his first World Cup win and 45,000 Swiss francs ($45,000) in prize money.
Shiffrin gets 3rd, closing in on 1st GS season title
American Mikaela Shiffrin is closing in on her first GS season title after taking third at the women's World Cup GS in the Czech Republic on Friday, behind winner Petra Vlhova.
Bad weather cancels women's WCup super-G
The women's World Cup super-G race in Sochi planned for Sunday has been canceled after a weeklong struggle with adverse weather.
Ski racer A.J. Hurt's playlist
An up-and-comer in the racing world, 18-year-old A.J. Hurt likes to listen to just about anything before she competes. Except Blink-182, that is.
Switzerland wins team gold at Alpine worlds
Ramon Zenhausern edged Marco Schwarz in the final run as Switzerland beat rival Austria to follow up its Olympic title with gold in the team event at the Alpine skiing world championships Tuesday.
Vonn, Miller comments upset Shiffrin
Mikaela Shiffrin has taken issue with comments by Lindsey Vonn and Bode Miller questioning her decision to sit out several events at the world championships.
Svindal just misses gold in final race
If anyone had to beat Aksel Lund Svindal in his final race, he seemed just fine with it being Norwegian teammate Kjetil Jansrud.
Shiffrin to skip combined at world championships
Hours after winning the super-G on Tuesday, Mikaela Shiffrin announced she will not enter Friday's Alpine combined race.
Downhill skier Svindal retiring over knee injuries
Olympic downhill champion skier Aksel Lund Svindal will retire after next month's world championships in Sweden, citing persistent right knee injuries that have hampered him the past three years.
Noel tops Hirscher for 2nd straight WC slalom win
Clement Noel won his second World Cup slalom title in less than a week, beating seven-time overall champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria by 0.29 seconds in Austria.
Schmidhofer wins super-G race, denies Goggia
Austrian skier Nicole Schmidhofer, the super-G world champion, finished 0.23 seconds ahead of Sofia Goggia, who was racing for the first time after breaking a bone in her right ankle.
Vonn 'hopeful' she can ski again after diagnosis
Skier Lindsey Vonn now knows what is causing her pain in her knees, but "the next issue is fixing it" and she is hopeful that can happen.
Norwegian skier Jansrud breaks hand in crash
Norwegian skier Kjetil Jansrud said he'll be back in "no time" after suffering two broken bones in his left hand during a downhill training crash.
Kriechmayr edges Feuz to win downhill
Vincent Kriechmayr found the special run it takes to beat Beat Feuz in Switzerland and won a World Cup downhill on Saturday.
Vonn struggles in downhill, finishes ninth
Austrian skier Ramona Siebenhofer won her second World Cup downhill in two days, while Lindsey Vonn finished tied for ninth Saturday in the second race since her return from injury.
Shiffrin dominates for 10th WC win of season
Mikaela Shiffrin took advantage of a massive first-run lead to win a World Cup giant slalom on Tuesday and earn her 10th victory of the season.
Austrian Hirscher gets 30th career WC slalom win
Marcel Hirscher won the first men's World Cup slalom of 2019 on Sunday for his 30th career victory in the discipline.
Svindal gets record 7th WC win in Val Gardena
With his win Friday, Norwegian skier Aksel Lund Svindal has now won five super-Gs and two downhills in Val Gardena and can add to his record by defending his downhill title Saturday.
Hirscher continues dominance in giant slalom
Marcel Hirscher dominated yet again in the World Cup on Saturday, winning a giant slalom by a huge 1.18-second margin.
Vonn plans to retire after 2018-19 WC season
Lindsey Vonn, who is four World Cup wins shy of the all-time record, said the upcoming campaign will be her last -- regardless of whether she breaks the mark.
U.S. skier Johnson out for season with torn ACL
U.S. downhill skier Breezy Johnson, who finished seventh in Pyeongchang, was diagnosed with a torn ACL, ending her World Cup season before it ever got started.
Brady, Shiffrin, LeBron to vie for ESPY awards
Tom Brady, Jose Altuve, Alex Ovechkin and James Harden will vie for the best male athlete award at the ESPYS, while Mikaela Shiffrin, Sylvia Fowles, Chloe Kim and Julie Ertz are nominated for the women's award.
Lindsey Vonn: 'I would be a Bond girl any day'
After another ski season, the three-time Olympic medalist will be ready for a career change.
Former U.S. skiing coach Beattie dies at age 85
Bob Beattie, who coached the United States men's skiing team to its first Olympic medals in the 1960s and later served as a commentator for ABC and ESPN, has died. He was 85.
Overall champs Shiffrin, Hirscher add Cup wins
Mikaela Shiffrin capped her overall World Cup title with a seventh slalom win of the season, while overall men's champ Marcel Hirscher won a giant slalom race.
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China, Croatia to join NBA summer league
The Chinese and Croatian national teams will join all 30 NBA clubs at this year's NBA summer league in Las Vegas.
Doping probe expands, 21 athletes in 5 sports
German prosecutors say as many as 21 athletes from five sports may have been part of a doping ring stretching around the world.
Zagitova in lead as figure skating worlds open
Olympic champion Alina Zagitova produced a season-best score Wednesday to take the lead after the short program on the opening day of the world figure skating championships.
Tokyo Games torch salutes cherry blossoms
Tokyo Olympics organizers have unveiled their torch for next year's games, playing off the image of Japan's famous cherry blossoms.
Indian athletes look to impress in Doha as Tokyo 2020 draws closer
The Asian Athletics Championships in April, followed by the World Championships in September, will both offer a window into how India's athletes are shaping up for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
16 named to inaugural U.S. skateboarding team
Nyjah Huston, Brighton Zeuner and Tom Schaar were among the 16 members of the inaugural U.S. national skateboarding team announced Tuesday.