ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Marcel Hirscher‘s not-so-distant plans include spending two weeks on an island, where he will read books, watch movies and stare into the sea as he ponders this: Does he really want to keep ski racing? 743 more words
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In my last post, I discussed the movements elite Ski Pros make to balance on their outside ski. I used Big White Ski Pro, Josh Foster as an example and reproduced his key comments from his YouTube video, … 305 more words
Marcel Hirscher reached an unprecedented run of dominance in Alpine skiing history on Saturday.
The Austrian clinched his record-breaking sixth straight World Cup overall title with his 44th career World Cup victory in a giant slalom in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. 328 more words
Five thoughts after an unpredictable world alpine skiing championships, looking ahead to the Olympics …
1. Expect Mikaela Shiffrin to be busier in PyeongChang
Shiffrin chose not to enter the super-G or super combined in the first week at worlds, in order to maximize her medal potential in the giant slalom and slalom in the final weekend. 1,034 more words
Austrian Marcel Hirscher reclaimed the slalom world title, wrapping up what he called “the perfect world championships” with two golds and one silver in St. Moritz, Switzerland, on Sunday. 324 more words
Austrian Marcel Hirscher is now a world champion in three different individual events.
The five-time World Cup overall champion captured his first giant slalom crown in St. 359 more words
Swiss Luca Aerni didn’t know if he’d be racing the world championships super combined until Sunday night. He ended up winning gold, beating the world’s best skier by .01 on Monday. 503 more words