Mar 17, 2013
Alpine Skiing - Neureuther wins Lenzerheide slalom
Germany's Felix Neureuther got the better of overall World Cup globe winner Marcel Hirscher to win the final slalom race of the season in style in Lenzerheide.
Weather lays crown at Hirscher's door
Most sporting winners like to achieve champion status by proving their worth in the heat of battle but Austria's Marcel Hirscher had the cold to thank after he was all but guaranteed a second straight overall World Cup in Switzerland on Thursday.
No World Cup finals for Mike or Manny
Mike Janyk, seen here racing earlier this season, wrapped up his World Cup campaign with a 15th-place finish in Slovenia on Sunday .
Ligety Holds Off Hirscher for 4th GS Title
From the department of forgone conclusions: American GS ace Ted Ligety clinched his fourth World Cup GS title Sunday with a win in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Aksel Lund Svindal wins World Cup downhill title as fog forces final race to be cancelled
Fog forced the cancellation of the final race of the season, allowing the tall Norwegian to maintain his 58-point lead over 2012 champion Klaus Kroell of Austria.