One of the gutsiest athletes on the U.S. Ski Team, Alice McKennis has battled back from injuries and has a World Cup victory to her name. Watch her in 2017. (Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom)
Laurenne Ross (Bend, Oregon) and Ryan Cochran-Siegle (Starksboro, VT) claimed the top of the podium in Saturday's super G at U.S. Alpine Championships in Sugarloaf, Maine.
For the sixth time in the resort’s history, Sugarloaf will host the nation’s top men and women skiers at the U.S. Alpine Championships March 25-28.
Breezy Johnson posted a career-best Audi FIS Ski World Cup result to lead five Americans into the top 30 in downhill Saturday.
Jackie Wiles finished third in Sunday’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup downhill in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria.
Jackie Wiles led four American women into the top 20 with a career-best 10th-place finish in the first super G of the season at Audi FIS Ski Alpine World Cup.
When you meet Alice McKennis (New Castle, CO), though, “rebel” is not necessarily the first word that comes to mind—that is, until you watch her throw herself down a mountain at 70+ mph.
Lindsey Vonn clinched her eighth overall World Cup downhill title following a second place finish Saturday.
Laurenne skied to another top-five downhill finish in La Thuile, Italy Friday.
The Audi FIS Ski World Cup returns to the ski Mecca of Chamonix after a four-year hiatus and the crew is excited to be back on Chamonix soil.
Sunday’s Audi FIS Ski World Cup downhill was cancelled due to unsafe conditions after the Swiss resort received more than 50cm of new snow. So the U.S. women’s speed team went powder skiing!
Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) notched another Audi FIS Ski World Cup victory, number 75, Sunday in super G and moved into the overall World Cup lead.
Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) extended her super G win streak to four with a commanding victory at Sunday’s Audi FIS Alpine World Cup.
Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) tied Annemarie Proell’s World Cup downhill victory record with win number 36 in a two-run Audi FIS World Cup sprint downhill Saturday.
Laurenne Ross cracked the top 10 as Lindsey Vonn’s bid for a record-tying downhill victory hit a bump in the road Saturday.
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Formerly coached by five-time Olympian Casey Puckett, Alice McKennis knows a thing or two about speed events. Her resume speaks for itself with a World Cup downhill win, multiple World Cup super G top 10's, and a 20th in the World Cup DH standings as well as a spot on the 2010 Olympic Team during her rookie World Cup season.
After a March 2013 crash in Garmisch-Partenkirchen that shattered her right tibial plateau into about 30 pieces, McKennis came back strong in 2015 with eight finishes in the top 30 and three in the top 15. McKennis cemented her strong comeback from injury, finishing 13th on the same Kandahar piece she sustained injury in 2013, and capped the season with a strong 12th place finish at World Cup Finals in Meribel and her first U.S. Championship title, in super G at Sugarloaf, ME. In 2016, McKennis snagged four top 20 finishes, including a season-best 11th place finish at La Thuile. Keep an eye on this one—she'll be gunning for the podium again in 2017.
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