Ted Ligety leaned over his skis as far as gravity would allow, trying to get across the finish line just a little quicker.
Lindsey Vonn returned to racing in a World Cup downhill Friday, 10 months after major knee surgery and less than three weeks after partially re-tearing a ligament.
Bode Miller banged his way through the giant slalom course as only he can, scraping his knuckle in a fall and later bloodying his elbow after a collision with a gate.
The jet stream hunkered to the south Wednesday, promising to bring nearly a week of temperatures that could dip to 20-below or worse in the northern midsection of the country.
The rustic ski lodge has been a staple of ski towns pretty much since the first resort was erected on the side of a mountain.
While the Denver Broncos were on the road another major sporting event took place in Colorado — women’s ski racing at Beaver Creek.
As she glided closer and closer to the finish line, Mikaela Shiffrin heard the roars, the ringing cow bells and the raucous music from the loud speaker.
Lindsey Vonn says on her Facebook page that she has returned to the snow for the first time since her training crash last week.
Denver prosecutors have filed felony charges against a Thornton man who confessed to stealing bags from Denver International Airport baggage carousels, including one bag belonging to famed rock star Peter Frampton.
Lindsey Vonn will skip the World Cup competition next week in Beaver Creek, Colo., as she recovers from a downhill training crash in which she partially tore one of the reconstructed ligaments in her surgically repaired right knee.