Tracy steps down as U.S. ski coach POSTED: Apr 2, 5:44p ET | UPDATED: Apr 2, 5:46p ET By Associated Press Less than five weeks after leading the United States to a spectacular showing at the Vancouver Winter Olympics, Jim Tracy stepped down as coach of the U.S. women's skiing team. Tracy, who led the team for two seasons but has been involved with the national team for two decades, did not give a reason for his departure.
Mancuso wins GS title at nationals, makes history POSTED: Mar 23, 7:22p ET | UPDATED: Mar 24, 9:41a ET By Associated Press Julia Mancuso won the giant slalom in the U.S. alpine skiing
championships on Tuesday, becoming the most accomplished skier at
nationals and taking her fourth title in the discipline.
Schleper, Ford take slalom titles at U.S. Alpine POSTED: Mar 21, 6:53p ET | UPDATED: Mar 24, 9:42a ET By Associated Press Olympians Sarah Schleper and Tommy Ford won slalom titles at the U.S.
Alpine Championships at Whiteface Mountain on Sunday. The win for the 31-year-old Schleper, a four-time Olympian, continued a
comeback to the U.S. Ski Team that began two years ago after the birth
of her son, Lasse.
U.S. ski chief apologizes for DUI arrest POSTED: Mar 20, 8:48p ET | UPDATED: Mar 20, 10:34p ET By Associated Press U.S. Ski Team chief Bill Marolt has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence not far from the team's headquarters in Park City.
Vonn returns to new level of fame POSTED: Mar 18, 3:34p ET | UPDATED: Mar 18, 3:34p ET By Associated Press Lindsey Vonn returned home from the ski season to discover she’s now a
celebrity in the United States after her dramatic Olympic gold medal
performance in Vancouver.
Weibrecht out with dislocated shoulder POSTED: Mar 7, 3:34a ET | UPDATED: Mar 7, 4:04a ET By Associated Press Olympic super-G bronze medalist Andrew Weibrecht has dislocated his
shoulder in a crash and will miss next week’s World Cup season finale.
Vonn takes World Cup downhill title POSTED: Mar 6, 5:14a ET | UPDATED: Mar 6, 7:52p ET By Associated Press Lindsey Vonn is on a roll. Fresh off winning her first Olympic gold medal in Vancouver last month and unofficially clinching the super-combined globe Friday, Vonn bagged another globe Saturday in the downhill. She eked out a win over Italy's Johanna Schnarf at Crans Montana to secure the discipline title.
Vonn third in DH training Thursday; Goergl first POSTED: Mar 4, 4:27p ET | UPDATED: Mar 4, 5:49p ET Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn was third in a training run for a World Cup downhill race. The two-time defending World Cup overall winner was 0.73 seconds behind Elisabeth Goergl on Thursday.
Miller, Svindal, Swiss are the big Alpine winners POSTED: Feb 28, 7:48p ET | UPDATED: Feb 28, 10:50p ET Bode Miller and Aksel Lund Svindal took home three medals apiece from the Vancouver Olympics, combining for six-times more than Alpine skiing's so-called "Wunderteam."