Valerie Grenier won the Canadian women's giant slalom title on Sunday on her hometown hill. The native of Mont-Tremblant, Que., led after the first run and put down a solid second run to win with a combined time of two minutes, 16 seconds.
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Federica Brignone led an Italian sweep in the giant slalom at the alpine World Cup Finals on Sunday in Aspen, Colo., as Tessa Worley of France held on for her first crystal globe.
Mikaela Shiffrin will clinch the overall World Cup title before even racing during World Cup Finals after Ilka Stuhec and her coach said the Slovenian skier won't compete in the slalom.
Hannes Reichelt of Austria became the second-oldest racer to win a super-G as he cruised through a challenging course virtually mistake-free Thursday at the World Cup Finals.
Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein turned in a smooth run to win a World Cup race Thursday at World Cup Finals and overtake Slovenia's Ilka Stuhec for the super-G crown.
Watch live coverage of alpine skiing's World Cup finals, featuring the men's and women's downhills on Wednesday starting at 11:30 a.m. ET.
The alpine skiing World Cup season continues with the women's giant slalom in California's Squaw Valley.
Overall World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher wrapped up his fourth slalom title Sunday with Austrian compatriot Michael Matt winning the penultimate race of the season. Hirscher's fourth-place finish, 0.80 seconds behind Matt, was enough for the 28-year-old to take his third globe of the weekend after his only rival, Henrik Kristoffersen, failed to qualify for the second run.
Sofia Goggia edged Lindsey Vonn into second place at a World Cup event for the second time in two days, winning the Super-G at the 2018 Olympic course on Sunday to follow her victory in the downhill.
Marcel Hirscher stunned the world of Alpine skiing by locking up an unprecedented sixth straight overall World Cup title on Saturday.