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World Cup: Switzerland

Mikaela Shiffrin skips race, maintains lead over closest pursuer in World Cup overall

Mikaela Shiffrin's decision not to race Friday's alpine combined in Crans Montana, Switzerland, allowed one of her pursuers in the World Cup overall standings to gain 80 points on her, but otherwise..
Denver Post

Top Americans Withdraw from Ski Race Over Safety

Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin pulled out of a World Cup race in Switzerland because of snow that was described as too soft to be safe.
NYTimes.com

Videos for World Cup: Switzerland

News video: Alex Fiva and Sandra Naeslund take skicross wins in Sweden

Alex Fiva and Sandra Naeslund take skicross wins in Sweden 03:11

Alex Fiva takes the men's World Cup ski cross race win in Sweden ahead of fellow Swiss Marc Bischofberger and eats a little into Jean Frederic Chapius's overall series lead. In the..
Source: Sports Video Online -

News video: Vonn wins first race since return from injury

Vonn wins first race since return from injury 00:47

Skier Lindsey Vonn emotionally claimed the 77th World Cup win of her career after a wild downhill run in only her second race since returning from a broken arm. The American bested Swiss star Lara Gut..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Alex Fiva and Marielle Thompson win skicross races in Italy

Alex Fiva and Marielle Thompson win skicross races in Italy 02:58

Switzerland's Alex Fiva gives his World Cup ski cross campaign a boost with a win in Watles while Marielle Thompson of Canada extends her series lead with another fighting victory
Source: Sports Video Online -

News video: Sweden's Naeslund and Switzerland's Niederer take skicross wins in Italy

Sweden's Naeslund and Switzerland's Niederer take skicross wins in Italy 02:44

Sweden's Sandra Naeslund takes the women's skicross win at Watles resort while Switzerland's Armin Niederer keeps ahead of World Cup leader Jean Frederic Chapius to win the men's race
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Sweden's Naeslund and Switzerland's Niederer take skicross wins in Italy

Sweden's Naeslund and Switzerland's Niederer take skicross wins in Italy 02:45

Sweden's Sandra Naeslund takes the women's skicross win at Watles resort while Switzerland's Armin Niederer keeps ahead of World Cup leader Jean Frederic Chapius to win the men's..
Source: Sports Video Online -

 

US ski team pulls out of combined race after crashes

CRANS MONTANA, Switzerland (AP) — The U.S. ski team, including overall World Cup leader Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn, pulled out of the Alpine combined race Friday because of dangerous..
CNSNews.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

In break from World Cup overall duel, Mikaela Shiffrin turns focus to world championships medals

At the world ski championships this week in St. Moritz, Switzerland, EagleVail's Mikaela Shiffrin will be favored to win her third consecutive world championships slalom title and claim her first world..
Denver Post

World Cup Ski Slopestyle: Great Britain's James Woods comes second in Quebec

world cup ski slopestyle: great britain's james woods comes second in quebec
Britain's James Woods finishes second at the World Cup Ski Slopestyle as Switzerland's Andri Ragettli wins in Quebec.
BBC Sport

Mikaela Shiffrin favored for World Cup title after Lara Gut crash

EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin became the prohibitive favorite to win the World Cup overall title Friday after her closest pursuer, Switzerland’s Lara Gut, tore the anterior cruciate ligament in her..
Denver Post Also reported by •Seattle Times

Swedish media fascinated by Lindsey Vonn’s pursuit of Ingemar Stenmark’s all-time record for World Cup wins

When organizers of the world alpine championships set up a media conference for Lindsey Vonn this week in St. Moritz, Switzerland, much of the session had little to do with her races there as Swedish..
Denver Post

Mikaela Shiffrin adds 100 points to her lead over Lara Gut after winning “city event”

EagleVail's Mikaela Shiffrin put some valuable ground between herself and Switzerland's Lara Gut in the World Cup overall chase Tuesday, winning a "city event" parallel slalom in Stockholm.
Denver Post


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