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Cabral Wins Again at Lake Placid Moguls


Travis Cabral ignored sub-zero cold to win his second World Cup moguls event of the season Saturday.

Bloom-Cabral Go 1-2


Defending World Cup champion Jeremy Bloom won his second his second contest of the season on Sunday.

Bloom Returns to Moguls, Takes Fourth


Defending moguls champ Jeremy Bloom returned impressively to World Cup skiing Thursday, finishing fourth while Tapio Luusua of Finland won and Travis Mayer finished second.

Knee Surgery to Sideline Hardaway For Season


Olympic moguls skier Hannah Hardaway underwent reconstructive surgery on her right knee Thursday and is expected to be off skis for a minimum of six months.

Summer Skiing: European Glacier Skiing


There may be no better way to spend $60 than summer skiing on the spectacular La Grande Motte glacier above Tignes, France. If you're lucky, you might even catch it on a powder day.

Bad Weather Scuttles European Camps


The U.S. men's and women's European preseason ski camps were cut short due to bad weather which has been pounding central Europe with heavy snows and rains.

Sweden's Ottosson Earns First World Cup Victory


Anna Ottosson skied two impeccable runs down a steep and twisting giant slalom to grab her first World Cup victory.

Monahan and Shaffer Sidelined Indefinitely


Katie Monahan and Alex Shaffer are out of the races this season with no certain return date after sustaining similar knee injuries.

Cavagnoud holds on to win GS


France's Regine Cavagnoud recovers from major knee surgery and wins a women's World Cup giant slalom race at Copper Mountain, CO.

Maier Wins Downhill Despite Damaged Ski


Like a scene from a James Bond movie, Hermann Maier skied to a downhill victory on Saturday despite a badly damaged ski.

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