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  • Mar 21

    Mikael Kingsbury

    Kingsbury, Dufour-Lapointe claim moguls titles

    Mikael Kingsbury of Deux-Montagnes, Que., and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Montreal were crowned the 2015 mogul national champions on Saturday. It's Kingsbury's sixth national championship and the fourth single moguls title overall. Kingsbury won three consecutive titles between 2011-2013 before finishing second to Alex Bilodeau last year.

  • Mar 25

    Alice McKennis

    McKennis captures first national title

    Alice McKennis capped off a comeback season with her first national title, winning the super-G on Wednesday at the U.S. Alpine Championships. McKennis glided through the course at Sugarloaf resort in 1 minute, 22.48 seconds to hold off Valerie Grenier of Canada by 0.10 seconds. Jacqueline Wiles wound up third.

  • Mar 21

    Marcel Hirscher

    Hirscher wins record fourth World Cup title

    Marcel Hirscher of Austria became the first skier to win the men's World Cup overall title for a fourth straight year on Saturday. His only rival for the title, Kjetil Jansrud, trailed by 60 points but the Norwegian speed specialist decided not to start in Sunday's slalom, the final race of the season.

  • Mar 19

    Lindsey Vonn

    Vonn claims record 19th crystal globe

    Another day of skiing, another crystal globe for Lindsey Vonn. And she's expecting more. "I foresee next year as hopefully even better," said the 30-year-old American, who claimed the season-long super-G title at the World Cup finals on Thursday, two years after a career-threatening knee injury.

  • Mar 19

    Dustin Cook

    Cook wins super-G at World Cup finals

    Dustin Cook won his first super-G race on Thursday at the season-ending World Cup finals, and Kjetil Jansrud gained some ground on Marcel Hirscher in the fight for the overall title by finishing second. Cook, a 26-year-old Canadian, finished .05 seconds ahead of Olympic super-G champion Jansrud.

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