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Vonn, U.S. Women Continue to Crush

Ligety, on the verge of the Wengen podium, skis out near the finish.

Lindsey Vonn, the third-winningest racer in World Cup history, got back into the record-chasing business over the weekend with a win in the downhill at Cortina, Italy, and the American women continued to crowd the top of the speed-event leaderboards.

On the men’s side, it was Lauberhorn weekend in Wengen, Switzerland, where Italy’s Christof Innerhofer won the tour’s longest downhill. Marco Sullivan was the top American finisher in 13th. GS points leader Ted Ligety appeared headed for a second-place finish in the Wengen combined but skied out near the finish of his slalom run.

Ligety, McKennis claim two more World Cup wins for U.S.

Ligety snags prestigious Adelboden victory; McKennis grabs first win at age 23.

U.S. Ski Team ace Ted Ligety continues to have the best season of his career, moving into third place in the overall standings with wins in both GS and slalom at Adelboden, Switzerland. It was another weekend of great results for the U.S. Team:

Ted Shreds on NBC

NBC documents Ted Ligety's life in the fast lane.


Photo: Mitchell Gunn/ESPA

Can’t get enough of Ted Shred? Tune in Sunday, when NBC presents “U.S. Ski Team 36,” in which viewers see how GS ace Ted Ligety and his teammates go about preparing for the prestigious Alta Badia, Italy, race, held last month.

Shiffrin is First U.S. Woman to Win Two Races Before 18

Under the lights, the U.S. teen wins second straight slalom—bags big cash purse.

(Jan 4, 2013) After 17-year-old U.S. slalom star Mikaela Shiffrin landed her first career World Cup victory two weeks ago in Sweden, some in the European press intimated it was a fluke.

The Powder Mountain Model

Summit buys PowMow with a different kind of development plan.

Can a ski resort be sustainably developed? In a world where massive corporations like Vail Resorts and even larger real-estate trusts like KSL continue to snatch up ski areas, it seems that capitol-driven development isn’t just norm, it’s necessary. But a Utah-based organization known as Summit believes otherwise, so much so, that it bought Powder Mountain, Utah, last week.

Vonn, Ligety Roll to World Cup Wins

Vonn Sweeps "Lake Lindsey," Races; Next Up: Rewriting History for Most Wins Ever by a Woman Racer; Ligety Cruises to Huge GS Victory Margin at Beaver Creek's Birds of Prey.


Lindsey Vonn sweeping Lake Louise, Alberta, World Cup Races. 
Photo © Roger Witney/Alpine Canada

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