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World Cup Action Returning To Killington in 2019, 2020

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Vermont’s Killington Resort and U.S. Ski & Snowboard have announced a two-year agreement to host the Audi FIS Ski World Cup. Killington’s place on the 2019 World Cup calendar has been confirmed by the International Ski Federation (FIS). HomeLight will be the title sponsor for the next World Cup at Killington, which will take place November 30 - December 1, 2019, Thanksgiving weekend.

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Tickets On Sale For Killington World Cup Sept. 5

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The Audi FIS Ski World Cup returns to Vermont’s Killington Resort Thanksgiving weekend, and tickets go on sale Wednesday, September 5 at 9 a.m. EDT.

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Vermont Resorts Rally Support For The Killington World Cup

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Enthusiastic fans at the Killington World Cup 2016. (Ski Vermont)

Vermont resorts have joined together to support the hosting of the Women’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup at Killington, a move characteristic of the supportive ski community in Vermont. This past spring the Vermont Ski Areas Association (VSAA) Board of Directors, comprised of leadership from nine Vermont resorts, agreed to sponsor the event with a $50,000 sponsorship contribution.

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World Cup Racing Will Return To Killington

World Cup Racing Will Return To Killington

Eastern ski racing fans have had their wish granted as Killington Resort has announced the return of the FIS World Cup to Vermont over Thanksgiving weekend for the next two years.

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Huge Crowd Greets World Cup At Killington Resort

Huge Crowd Greets World Cup At Killington Resort

Thousands of fans lined KIllington's Superstar Trail to cheer on the women's World Cup. (USSA-Reese Brown)

More than 16,000 fans cheered the best giant slalom skiers in the world at the base of Killington’s Superstar trail as the Audi FIS Ski World Cup returned to the east coast for the first time in 25 years.

 

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Travis Ganong Grabs First Podium In Norway World Cup Downhill

Travis Ganong at Beaver CreekUPDATE (March 1): Travis Ganong, who 24 hours earlier stamped the first Audi FIS Alpine World Cup top three of his career, finished fourth Saturday, a mere .05 from a second downhill podium in Kvitfjell.

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U.S. Teen Mikaela Shiffrin Wins Slalom Opener In Finland

Mikaela Shiffrin

It didn’t take long for the USA’s teen star Mikaela Shiffrin from Eagle-Vail, Colo. to make it clear her stunning performances last winner were no fluke. Shiffrin, 18, dominated the opening World Cup slalom in Levi, Finland Saturday with a wire-to-wire victory.

 

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Vonn ‘Perfect’ In Switzerland For 57th World Cup Win

Lindsey Vonn, St. Moritz

What was described as a tactically perfect run in the weather-shortened super G at St. Moritz, Switzerland brought American Lindsey Vonn her 57th Audi World Cup victory – her fourth this season. 

 

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Slovenian Tina Maze Wins Aspen World Cup GS; Shiffrin Solid, Vonn Returns

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Slovenia’s Tina Maze won her second consecutive giant slalom of the season as the Winternationals at Aspen, Colo. jumped off Saturday. American Lindsey Vonn returned to the race course after a 3-day hospitalization last week and finished 21st.

 

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Aspen Winternationals Friday-Sunday; Spotlight On America’s Shiffrin

Aspen Winternationals

The best lady ski racers in the world are in Aspen, Colo. for the post-Thanksgiving opening of North American leg of the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup. The Nature Valley Aspen Winternationals will be run Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 24 and 25.

 

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Rough Season Start For U.S. Women; Ligety Wins In Austria

Tina Maze

The Audi FIS Alpine World Cup season headed into the gates in Soelden, Austria, but it was not a memorable start for American ladies. That all turned around, however, when the men took the field. Ted Ligety won by an historic 2.75 margin.

 

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