Ted Ligety turned in a flawless final run to win a fourth straight World Cup race, edging U.S. teammate Bode Miller. Ligety completed the technical course in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 35.77 seconds on Sunday, eclipsing Miller by 1.32 seconds. Marcel Hirscher of Austria was third. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Ready to Go
After a fifth-place finish in a World Cup super-G, her third race in three days, Lindsey Vonn used six simple words to sum up where things stand in her comeback from major knee surgery. "I know," Vonn said, "I can win again." Full Story.
Gut-ing out a win
Lara Gut of Switzerland won the women's super-G on Sunday at the World Cup in Lake Louise, Alta. Gut posted a winning time of one minute 22.86 seconds at the Alberta resort. Full Story.