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Ted Ligety's Training Tips

Ted Ligety just claimed his third Audi FIS Alpine World Cup giant slalom title, becoming the first American to do so. Here's his step-by-step pre-season training plan so that you can win like he does.
We checked in with U.S. Ski Team Olympian Ted Ligety to get his secrets on training to be an Olympic ski racer.

Lindsey Vonn Grabs Three World Cup Titles

Lindsey Vonn Grabs Three World Cup Titles
Vonn led a strong American charge. Seven of the U.S. racers finished in the top thirty.
Vonn wins the super-combined, downhill and super-G titles in Tarvisio, Italy, as the U.S. Women go 1-2-4 in Super G.

Lindsey Vonn vaulted up the World Cup standings, capturing the super-combined, downhill, and super-G disciplines in Tarvisio, Italy, last weekend.

In Super-G, Julia Mancuso was second and Laurenne Ross fourth for the U.S. Ski Team's best finish since Jan. 14, 2007.

Ted Ligety Skis to GS Gold

Ted Ligety Skis to GS Gold
Ligety Worlds GS win
A strong second run put Ligety on top of the podium at FIS World Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

Despite incoming fog, Ted Ligety put down a clean second run to win the men’s giant slalom at the FIS World Championships in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

Ligety was fourth after the first run, and his strong second run pushed him ahead of silver medalist Cyprien Richard of France by eight hundredths of a second. Bode Miller came in 12th and Warner Nickerson placed 35th.

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lindsey Vonn Silver G-P
Vonn leads another strong performance from the U.S. women, including three top 10 finishes, at the World Championship downhill in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
After sitting out the super G and the slalom portion of the combined events earlier this week, Lindsey Vonn came back strong today to win a silver medal on the challenging Kandahar downhill course. Vonn, who suffered a concussion earlier this week, was the 20th skier to start today’s race and came within .44 seconds of the winner, Austria’s Elisabeth Goergl, who skied 16th. Vonn knocked her close friend and hometown favorite Maria Riesch, who raced immediately after Goergl, into third place. Goergl held onto the lead, making this her second gold of this World Championships.

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