Austrian skier Elisabeth Goergl retired Monday, 2 1/2 years after becoming the oldest woman to win a World Cup race. A two-time world champion and two-time Olympic bronze medallist , the 36-year-old Goergl said she lacked motivation to prepare for the Olympic season.
Bode Miller's name is no longer on the roster of the U.S. ski team, though the opportunity to race remains open for five-time Olympian. The team announced its nominations Thursday for the 2017-18 World Cup season. The familiar names are all there — Lindsey Vonn, Mikaela Shiffrin, Julia Mancuso and Ted Ligety.
Guay, Osborne-Paradis lead Canada's alpine team
World champion Erik Guay and bronze medallist Manny Osborne-Paradis are the headliners of Canada's alpine ski team for next season.
Resorts in France, Austria bid for 2023 ski worlds
Resorts in France and Austria are competing to host the 2023 ski world championships.
Canadian ski legend Green Raine undergoing cancer treatment
Sen. Nancy Greene Raine, Canada's most decorated ski racer, is undergoing treatment for thyroid cancer. Sun Peaks Resort, where Greene Raine is the director of skiing, says she is having her thyroid removed today in Kelowna, B.C.
Grenier wins Canadian women's GS title
Valerie Grenier won the Canadian women's giant slalom title on Sunday on her hometown hill.
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