Tested Tough
Saturday , 10 December 2016

Ski TV host Martha Lee, cinematographer David Stewart and producer Mark Kristofic teamed up in the beautiful Austrian village of Sölden, Austria, the annual host to the alpine FIS World Cup opening events.

Canada's Kingsbury wins World Cup moguls opener, claims 34th gold medal on circuit

December 10, 2016  |   News

RUKA, Finland — Canadian freestyle ski star Mikael Kingsbury opened the World Cup moguls season Saturday by winning his 34th gold medal on the circuit. The reigning World Cup champion from Deux-Montagnes, Que.,posted a score of 84.26 to comfortably finish ahead of Australia’s Matt Graham (80.30). Benjamin Cavet of France ...
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Norway goes 1-2 in men's, women's cross-country World Cup

December 10, 2016  |   News

DAVOS, Switzerland — World Cup overall champion Martin Johnsrud Sundby of Norway won a 30-kilometre freestyle race and extended his lead in the overall cross-country standings on Saturday. Johnsrud Sundby was 13.7 seconds faster than teammate Anders Gloeersen to get his 27th career World Cup win. Third-placed Matti Heikkinen of ...
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Worley wins 2nd straight giant slalom as Shiffrin loses lead

December 10, 2016  |   News

SESTRIERE, Italy — Tessa Worley won her second straight World Cup giant slalom Saturday after first-run leader Mikaela Shiffrin struggled in her second trip down the 2006 Turin Olympics course. Charging after placing third in the opening run, Worley captured her 10th career giant slalom win to match the French ...
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Pinturault wins GS again to increase pressure on Hirscher

December 10, 2016  |   News

VAL D’ISERE, France — A hand injury could not stop Frenchman Alexis Pinturault conquering the icy Face de Bellevarde course on Saturday as he won another World Cup giant slalom race to ramp up the pressure on rival Marcel Hirscher of Austria. The 25-year-old Pinturault earned his 17th career World ...
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Calgary's Brady Leman finishes second in ski cross race

December 10, 2016  |   News

VAL THORENS, France — Calgary’s Brady Leman finished second in Saturday’s men’s World Cup ski cross race. Leman, who finished third in the overall standings last season, ended up behind Switzerland’s Alex Fiva in the race’s big final. Sweden’s Viktor Andersson was third. Saturday’s result allowed Leman to put a disappointing ...
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American Shiffrin leads after 1st run of Sestriere GS

December 10, 2016  |   News

SESTRIERE, Italy — Overall World Cup leader Mikaela Shiffrin led Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein by the slimmest of margins following the opening run of a giant slalom on the Turin 2006 Olympic course on Saturday. The American was 0.01 seconds ahead of Weirather, with defending overall winner Lara Gut and ...
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Frenchman Pinturault fastest in 1st leg of WCup giant slalom

December 10, 2016  |   News

VAL D’ISERE, France — Frenchman Alexis Pinturault dominated the icy Face de Bellevarde course Saturday to post the fastest time in the first leg of World Cup giant slalom. Despite severely bruising his right hand in a training fall on Thursday, Pinturault was .65 seconds ahead of Stefan Luitz of ...
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