Famed ski resort drops Squaw Valley name
The Squaw Valley ski resort, which hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics, will be officially renamed ahead of the 2021-22 winter season to Palisades Tahoe.
More gold for Canada GK Labbe in engagement to fellow Olympian
Canada WNT goalkeeper Stephanie Labbe, who won gold at the Tokyo Olympics, has announced her engagement to fellow Olympian Georgia Simmerling.
3 women top WCup Alpine skiing in prize money
Women were the top three prize money earners on Alpine skiing's World Cup circuit this season, the International Ski Federation said Monday.
Shiffrin 2nd; Liensberger ends Austrian drought
Katharina Liensberger ended Austria's six-year wait for a women's World Cup slalom victory on Saturday, doing so by overtaking American Mikaela Shiffrin.
Shiffrin earns slalom bronze; 4th medal at worlds
American Mikaela Shiffrin upped her medal count at the world ski championships to four with a bronze in slalom -- the first time in five years she didn't win the gold medal in the discipline.
Shiffrin settles for bronze in super-G at worlds
American skier Mikaela Shiffrin finished third and settled for bronze in the women's super-G on Thursday at the world championships in Italy.
Shiffrin to resume speed races at worlds in Cortina
Mikaela Shiffrin announced Tuesday that she plans to enter four events at the worlds in Cortina d'Ampezzo -- combined, super-G, giant slalom and slalom -- marking her long-awaited return to speed skiing.
Goggia 1st since Vonn to win 4 straight downhills
Sofia Goggia on Saturday joined Lindsey Vonn as the only women in the past 25 years to win four consecutive World Cup downhill events.
Downhill race in Austria canceled due to weather
Rain and snowfall forced the cancelation of the second men's World Cup downhill on the Streif course Saturday, a day after Swiss skier Beat Feuz won the first.
Goggia wins as American Johnson is 3rd again
Olympic champion Sofia Goggia picked up her third straight World Cup downhill win, while American star Breezy Johnson finished third again.
Swiss WC event off as Wengen sees rise in virus
The storied Lauberhorn meeting of three races was canceled Monday after host town Wengen experienced a rise in COVID-19 infections blamed partly on tourists from Britain.
Goggia wins downhill, U.S.'s Johnson takes 3rd
Sofia Goggia of Italy earned a dominant win in a World Cup downhill on Saturday with Austria's Tamara Tippler and American Breezy Johnson finishing second and third.
Order restored as Vlhova wins race; Shiffrin 4th
Petra Vlhova returned to the top of the podium by winning a World Cup slalom event in Croatia, five days after her four-year-long joint winning streak with Mikaela Shiffrin ended.
Shiffrin in 4th before winds force GS cancellation
Winds that reached up to 62 mph forced the cancellation of a women's World Cup giant slalom event in Austria. American Mikaela Shiffrin was in fourth place.
Vlhova sweeps slalom weekend; Shiffrin fifth
Petra Vlhova held off a challenge from Michelle Gisin on Sunday to clinch her second World Cup slalom win in two days, while Mikaela Shiffrin placed fifth.
Shiffrin comes in 2nd in 1st race since January
American Mikaela Shiffrin was back on the podium in her first race since January, coming in second behind Petra Vlhova in a World Cup slalom in Finland.
Braathen edges Odermatt, Caviezel for WC win
Lucas Braathen finished ahead of Swiss duo Marco Odermatt and Gino Caviezel in the giant slalom to earn his first career World Cup skiing win.
World Cup ski circuit skipping US, Canada
The governing body for ski racing announced Thursday that it will skip the traditional North American loop due to safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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Elizabeth Beisel completes swim to Block Island to honor late father
Former Olympian Elizabeth Beisel honored her late father by swimming from the Rhode Island mainland to Block Island on Saturday.
Deepak Bhoria is ready to be the next big star of Indian boxing
National champion Bhoria has been in Amit Panghal's shadow, but he's eager to make up for lost time now.
Guye Adola wins Berlin Marathon in 2:05:45; Kenenisa Bekele finishes third
Guye Adola of Ethiopia won the Berlin Marathon on Sunday, when compatriot Kenenisa Bekele's attempt to break the world record was undone by warm weather and a blistering start to the race.
Alysa Liu wins Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating event, earns third U.S. entry for Beijing Olympics
Two-time national champion Alysa Liu won the Nebelhorn Trophy women's competition on Saturday, giving the U.S. a third qualifying spot for the figure skating competition at the Winter Olympics in Beijing next year.
Jyothi Surekha Vennam wins her third silver at 2021 Archery World Championships
Jyothi Surekha Vennam scripted history by becoming the first Indian to win three silvers at the same edition of the Worlds.
French hockey official Luc Tardif elected IIHF president
French official Luc Tardif was elected president of the International Ice Hockey Federation on Saturday ahead of the return of NHL players to the Olympics in February.