Three Canadian skiers in top 10 at slopestyle World Cup event

American Colby Stevenson won gold while three Canadian skiers finished in the top-10 in the men's event at a World Cup slopestyle event Saturday. Max Moffatt of Guelph, Ont., was the top Canadian in fifth place, Evan McEachran of Oakville, Ont., was sixth and Mark Hendrickson of Calgary was 10th.

Canada's Howden wins ski cross crystal globe in rookie season

Canada's Reece Howden capped his first season on the World Cup circuit in style Sunday by winning the ski cross Crystal Globe as overall points leader. Howden, from Cultus Lake, B.C., won four races and made two other podium appearances this season.

Feller wins season-ending World Cup slalom race

Rising from sixth place after the first run in a World Cup slalom, Manuel Feller won the season-ending race on Sunday.

Vlhova captures World Cup overall title

Vlhova captures World Cup overall title

Petra Vlhova won the women’s World Cup overall title on Saturday as the first Slovakian to be crowned the best all-around skier. Needing only a top-14 finish in her specialist slalom event, Vlhova placed sixth in a race Katharina Liensberger won by 1.24 seconds.

Pinturault wins giant slalom, secures World Cup overall title

Pinturault wins giant slalom, secures World Cup overall title

Rising to the moment on his 30th birthday, French skier Alexis Pinturault secured his first overall World Cup title on Saturday. Pinturault won a giant slalom giving him an unbeatable points lead in the season-long standings over breakout Swiss star Marco Odermatt, who placed 11th in Saturday’s race on home snow at Lenzerheide.

Canada's Oldham wins slopestyle bronze in her first world championships

Canada's Megan Oldham captured bronze in slopestyle in her freestyle skiing world championships debut on Saturday. The 19-year-old from Parry Sound, Ont., who'd won a pair of medals at the X Games last month at Aspen, held on for third despite a fall on the first rail on her opening run.

Canada's Howden races to fourth World Cup ski cross victory of the season

Canadian Reece Howden continued his dominance of the World Cup ski cross circuit on Saturday. The 22-year-old from Cultus Lake, B.C., got off to a fast start and held on to win his fourth World Cup race this season.

Kingsbury wins world men's moguls championship

Kingsbury wins world men's moguls championship

Mikael Kingsbury didn't let an injury early this season stop him from regaining his dominant form for the most important event of the moguls campaign. After missing the first three World Cups of the season because of a back injury, Kingsbury captured gold on Monday at the world championships.

Gut-Behrami locks up super-G title

Swiss skier Lara Gut-Behrami locked up the World Cup super-G title in Val di Fassa on Sunday, finishing runner-up in a race marred by two nasty crashes. Kajsa Vickhoff Lie of Norway and Rosina Schneeberger of Austria had to be taken off the hill by helicopter with unknown injuries.

World champion Faivre wins World Cup GS

Mathieu Faivre won a World Cup race for the first time in more than four years on Sunday, earning a pat on his back from French teammate Alexis Pinturault.

Gut-Behrami wins 2nd straight downhill

Gut-Behrami wins 2nd straight downhill

Lara Gut-Behrami let out a brief scream of joy and held up her right arm after crossing the finish, then nodded her head moments later. The Swiss skier won her second World Cup downhill in two days at Val di Fassa on Saturday to maintain her chance of winning the discipline title this season.

Zubcic captures World Cup GS event

Zubcic captures World Cup GS event

Filip Zubcic won the first men’s World Cup race after the skiing world championships Saturday to give new impetus to the battle for the season-long giant slalom title.

Kriechmayr matches legends with double speed gold at worlds

Kriechmayr matches legends with double speed gold at worlds

Vincent Kriechmayr matched two legends of Alpine skiing at the world championships Sunday by adding downhill gold to the super-G title he won three days ago. The Austrian became only the third man to complete the so-called speed double at a worlds after Hermann Maier did it in 1999 and Bode Miller in 2005.

Kriechmayr wins super-G gold at World Champsionships

Kriechmayr wins super-G gold at World Champsionships

Vincent Kriechmayr overcame a tricky course and high expectations to win the men’s super-G at the skiing world championships on Thursday. Starting fifth on a course never featured on the men’s World Cup circuit, the Austrian mastered the difficult Canalone passage about 20 seconds into his run, where the first three starters all missed a gate and skied out.

Gut-Behrami wins elusive gold in worlds opener, Shiffrin third

Gut-Behrami wins elusive gold in worlds opener, Shiffrin third

Lara Gut-Behrami dashed to gold in the women’s super-G at the skiing world championships Thursday, and Mikaela Shiffrin took bronze in her first speed race in more than a year. Gut-Behrami mastered the sun-bathed Olympia delle Tofane course to finally win the only medal missing from her storied career.

'Like the wind': US skier Johnson aims to follow Vonn

'Like the wind': US skier Johnson aims to follow Vonn

With a name like the wind and a hometown called Victor, it seems only natural that Breezy Johnson is a world-class downhill skier. The American’s motto, “Like the wind,” is printed on top of her helmet. So far this season, Johnson has been doing just fine at meeting her own expectations.

Kristoffersen wins last slalom before worlds

Kristoffersen wins last slalom before worlds

Henrik Kristoffersen showed glimpses of his best slalom skills Sunday, winning the last World Cup race before the world championships. The Norwegian had an attacking, fluent opening run, and defied worsening course conditions in the final to land his second victory of the season.

Canada's Gagnon 3rd in World Cup super-G

Canada's Gagnon 3rd in World Cup super-G

Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon stood on alpine skiing's World Cup podium for the first time in nearly five years with a bronze medal, while Switzerland's Lara Gut-Behrami won her third straight super-G Saturday.