1. Most Improved of the Alpine Skiing World Cup Season so Far

    The Alpine skiing World Cup began its 2015-16 season without some of the sport's biggest and most successful names in tow...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 8 months ago 222 reads 0 comments

  2. Svindal, Jansrud and the Sad, Abrupt End to Norway's Friendly World Cup Rivalry

    Wengen followed by Kitzbuehel is one of the most daunting, potentially rewarding and iconic one-two punches currently in sports. Its downhill races are at the centre of consecutive weekends that rival any other on offer elsewhere...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 8 months ago 466 reads 0 comments

  3. Examining the Alpine Skiing World Cup Landscape in Anna Fenninger's Absence

    You have got to hate sports sometimes. That it can be so cruel as to take out its best, brightest, most eager and valiant before they even have a chance to compete. An unfunny joke masquerading as unfortunate accidents and injuries...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 9 months ago 602 reads 0 comments

  4. Mikaela Shiffrin Injury: Updates on Skier's Knee and Return

    American Olympic skier Mikaela Shiffrin , who won gold in the slalom event at the 2014 Winter Games, suffered a knee injury Saturday while warming up for an event in Sweden. Continue for updates...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 10 months ago 4,911 reads 3 comments

  5. Early-Season Storylines as the Alpine Skiing World Cup Heats Up

    With the cancellation of the mid-November slalom races in Levi, Finland, the new Alpine skiing season became something of an inadvertent tease...

    Thomas Cooper Written by Thomas Cooper about 10 months ago 166 reads 0 comments