Switzerland's Beat Feuz clinched his second victory in Kitzbühel two days after recording his first at the venue as he won the rescheduled downhill at the Alpine Skiing World Cup event.
Switzerland’s Beat Feuz ended his Kitzbühel hoodoo as he claimed International Ski Federation Alpine Ski World Cup downhill victory on the legendary Streif.
Italy’s Sofia Goggia will hope to retain her lead in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup downhill standings, as the halfway mark is reached in Crans-Montana.
Flachau in Austria has stepped in to host back-to-back men’s slalom competitions in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup after racing was called off in Wengen and Kitzbühel due to outbreaks of coronavirus.
Switzerland’s Daniel Yule claimed the men’s slalom title on the closing day of the prestigious International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup at Kitzbühel in Austria as men’s overall leader Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway had a relative off-day.
Home skier Matthias Mayer, joint second in the previous day’s men’s super-G at the prestigious International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup at Kitzbühel in Austria, took a step up to the top of the podium today as he won the downhill.
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud won the men’s super-G title today, as the prestigious International Ski Federation Alpine Skiing World Cup weekend at Kitzbühel in Austria got underway.
Skiers are honing their final preparations before the famous International Ski Federation Alpine Skiing World Cup weekend at Kitzbühel in Austria, where super-G, downhill and slalom titles are on the line.
Skiiers at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Skiing World Cup in Kitzbühel will have an added incentive for victory after prizes of €100,000 (£86,300/$111,300) were announced for classic downhill and slalom events.