American superstar Lindsey Vonn pulled off the hat trick by sweeping World Cup races at Lake Louise for the second straight year. She won Sunday's super-G in a time of 1 minute, 22.82 seconds. She also won both downhill races on Saturday.
The ever-amazing Lindsey Vonn did it again Saturday for her second Audi World Cup downhill win in as many days at Lake Louise, Alberta. America’s Stacey Cook, again was second.
American star Lindsey Vonn collapsed in exhaustion at Aspen’s finish line last week in her recovery attempt from intestinal illness. A week later, Friday (Nov. 30) she wins the World Cup downhill on a foggy day at Lake Louise, Canada.
There won’t be an economic reason to wait to get on the cross country ski trails after purchasing new equipment. Cross Country Ski Areas Association is offering a Welcome Card good for three free visits to any of its 91 member ski areas.
Moving into its second year of new ownership, Powderhorn Mountain Resort is aiming to capture the attention of younger skiers and snowboarders on the Western Slope.
Four Mid-Atlantic resorts that participated in last year’s Season Passholder “Resort Swap” Program are continuing their involvement and expanding to include a fifth for the current season.
Young winter sports competitors continue to benefit from support coming from the nonprofit T2 Foundation. Some 30 athletes on the U.S. alpine, freestyle, and Nordic teams are current beneficiaries.
Makaela Shiffrin, the U.S. Ski Team’s 17-year-old rising star, once again picked up a Top 10 finish, this time in the Nature Valley Winternationals World Cup slalom at Aspen, finishing seventh.
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.
Michigan residents who have wanted to give winter sports a try may not find a better offer. Michigan Snowsports Industries Association (MSIA) has a couple of affordable programs to encourage adults and children to give snow sports a try this winter.
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.