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Alpine World Cup

24 Jan 2011 - Swiss skier Didier Cuche took revenge for Kroell's win on Swiss snow by taking the win on Kitzbuhel's world famous Hahnenkamm this weekend. Kitzbuhel is seen by many ski racers as the epitome of the race season. A tough course that includes steeps, jumps, bumps and difficult bends is one of the biggest races of the year and to some... Read More
Swiss Revenge At Kitzbuhel
18 Jan 2011 - Wengen plays home to the Lauberhorn, one of the infamous downhill races of the season that includes a 40ft jump and has seen previous winner Bode Miller so exhausted by the end of the course he collapsed over the line into first place. The high speed course is the longest of the competition, one of the most exciting to watch and leg burning... Read More
Swiss Almost Dominate the Lauberhorn
10 Jan 2011 - This weekend was another busy one in the FIS World Cup calendar with the women racing in Alternmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria, and the men racing in Adelboden, Switzerland. The weekend started off as expected with Lindsey Vonn taking the Saturday's downhill and last week's men's winner Ivica Kostlelic following up with success in Sunday's slalom... Read More
Another World Cup Weekend
30 Dec 2010 - The last World Cup event of the 2010 took place earlier this week with Michael Walchhofer becoming the first skier of the season to win three downhill races. Bormio's Stelvio piste made for an exciting race with the top three separated by less than half a second. Austrian Walchhofer took the win by 0.08 seconds from second placed Sw... Read More
It Was All Downhill At Bormio
22 Dec 2010 - Courchevel hosted their first World Cup event in 31 years and there was plenty of drama to mark the occasion. Championship leaders Lindsey Vonn and Maria Riesch both failed to finish the course that had been bemoaned for it's difficulty.There had been complaints that the gates were too tight for the gradient of Courchevel 1850's Stade piste... Read More
Courchevel Crashes
05 Jan 2010 - A mistake by Lindsey Vonn in last weekend's World Cup slalom in Zagreb has cost her the overall lead of the World Cup standings.Hampered by injuries to her hand and arm, the American missed the 15th gate on her second run and as a result failed to finish the race.This paved the way for Sandrine Aubert of France to win, and also led to Maria... Read More
Zagreb mistake costs Vonn World Cup lead
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