Federica Brignone of Italy earned her first career World Cup win at the season-opening women's giant slalom on Saturday.
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When the World Cup season opens this weekend in Solden, Austria, four Canadian women including Marie-Michèle Gagnon and Marie-Pier Préfontaine will race in the hopes of inching their way up the standings.
Sochi Olympic silver medallist Gus Kenworthy came out in interviews with ESPN and the Associated Press on Thursday, revealing to the public that he is gay.
Canadian skier Dustin Cook will be out for an indefinite time after hurting his knee in a training crash in the Austrian ski resort of Pitztal on Wednesday.
Two-time overall champion Anna Fenninger is likely to miss the entire World Cup season after seriously damaging her right knee during a training crash Wednesday, three days before the alpine skiing circuit starts.
Canadian snowboarder talks about pressing pause on the competition circuit to gain more respect in the sport, and a new drive on the road to the 2018 Winter Olympics.
In desperate need of more resources and a better training environment, Canada's nordic combined team has turned to Finland, where the locals have embraced the visitors with generous enthusiasm.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Benjamin Raich retired Thursday after 19 years on the alpine skiing World Cup circuit that included an overall title in 2006.
American alpine skiing star Lindsey Vonn says she has fractured an ankle bone in a training crash in New Zealand.
Seeking higher ground, Canada's best nordic skiers head to the Rocky Mountains to stay sharp.