Building Success: Franjo von Allmen

13 hours 20 minutes ago
Bente Bjørnsen Sherlock

22-year-old Franjo von Allmen impresses with a rare feat during his first World Cup season: Ranking among the top 25 in the world in the speed events and placing top-5 in super-G and downhill World Cup competitions. Ski Racing Media spoke with the young Swiss racer, who you can follow in the super-G and downhill World Cup Finals in Saalbach, Austria, on March 22 and 24.

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Recap: RMISA Alpine Qualifiers and RMISA Championships in Big Sky Resort, Montana

2 days 5 hours ago
Ellie Hartman

Recap: Last weekend the men and women of the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association (RMISA) competed in Big Sky Resort, Montana, in the RMISA Alpine Qualifiers and the RMISA Championships. It was an intense battle for the athletes as it marked the final events before NCAA Championships. As a team, the CU Buffs came out on top of the 75th Annual RMISA Championships.

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USA’s Seymour Shines in Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup Slalom as Feller Secures Victory

3 days 3 hours ago
Peter Lange

Sunday, February 15th, Austrian Manuel Feller, the leader of the 2024 slalom standings, delivered his fourth victory of the season. Although the warm temperatures and a complex course made it difficult for the last men to be fast he skied brilliantly to overcome France's Clement Noel and Germany's Linus Strasser. However, all three men finished on the podium.

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Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup Slalom: Strasser Leads Amidst Tight Competition: USA’s Seymour Joins the Battle

3 days 6 hours ago
Peter Lange

After the first run of the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup Slalom, Germany's Linus Strasser is the race leader. However, there are three others within a second of his time. French star Clement Noel is second (+0.40), and the season slalom leader Austrian Manuel Feller was the third fastest (+0.46). The only other racer within a second of Strasser is Norwegian Timon Haugan, who was second in Palisades Tahoe a year ago.

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Marco Odermatt clinches the 2024 World Cup Overall: River Radamus celebrates his first podium

4 days 3 hours ago
Peter Lange

GEPA Pictures Switzerland's Marco Odermatt delivers a men's World Cup giant slalom victory for the tenth consecutive time—his seventh of the 2024 season. By winning, he clinched the 2024 World Cup overall title. His skiing is at a level the others can not achieve and he uses his skill to engineer his second runs only

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Marco Odermatt Leads Red Dog GS: Radamus Surges Into Contention

4 days 6 hours ago
Peter Lange

The second skier to race the first course was Marco Odermatt. Odermatt has won the last nine World Cup giant slaloms (GS). He is the best and crossed with a (-1.79) lead. The snow conditions at the Red Dog race venue in Palisades Tahoe were perfect, with blue skies and direct sunlight. After the first seven skiers had attacked the course, Odermatt's lead was (-0.15) ahead of superstar Norwegian veteran Henrik Kriostoffersen. However, in third place is Stifel US Ski Team's River Radamus. (+0.78).

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Shiffrin’s Road to Recovery: Anticipation Builds for Åre Sweden Races

4 days 12 hours ago
Peter Lange

Mikaela Shiffrin, the unparalleled force in World Cup skiing history, recently shared an update on her recovery journey from the injury she sustained during the World Cup downhill race in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, on January 26th. In a candid video update posted on Instagram, Shiffrin expressed optimism about her progress, highlighting her gradual physical and mental improvement.

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Val di Fassa Women’s World Cup Super-G: Who’s Racing, When, and How to Watch

5 days 9 hours ago
Peter Lange

Who is racing, when and how to watch the Sunday February 18th Crans-Montana women's World Cup super-G.

As the Women's World Cup super-G (SG) season hits its midpoint, excitement brews for the upcoming race in Crans Montana, Switzerland, on Sunday, February 18th. With five races down and five to go, the competition is heating up.

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Thrilling Action at Bear Valley: Recap of World Pro Ski Tour’s Weekend Races

6 days 9 hours ago
SR Staff Report

World Pro Ski Tour returned to Bear Valley Resort for three races this President’s Day weekend, featuring a giant slalom on Saturday and two super slaloms on Sunday. On day one of racing, snowy conditions left racers with limited visibility and some delays, but the course held up through qualifiers and a giant slalom.

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