US Ski Team: Lindsey Vonn Could Return To World Cup Next WeekLindsey Vonn could make her World Cup return in Austria next week, two months after undergoing surgery on a broken arm.
After Slow Start, Snow Is Catching Up In Western MountainsAfter a dry autumn, snowfall is rebounding to normal levels at Western ski areas and in the mountains that feed the vital Colorado River.
Rapids' Tim Howard Out For US-Costa Rica With Injured Leg MuscleGoalkeeper Tim Howard did not travel with the United States for Tuesday night's World Cup qualifier at Costa Rica after injuring the adductor muscle in his right leg.
Rapids Goalie Tim Howard Pulls Muscle In Right Leg Playing For U.S.U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard pulled a muscle in his right leg during Friday night's 2-1 loss to Mexico in a World Cup qualifier and was replaced by Brad Guzan late in the first half.
Rapids' Tim Howard No. 1 Keeper For World Cup QualifiersDefender Geoff Cameron, midfielder Kyle Beckerman and forward Chris Wondolowski will miss the United States' World Cup qualifiers against Mexico and Costa Rica because of injuries, and Tim Howard has regained the No. 1 goalkeeper's job.
1st Place Isn't Good Enough For The Rapids: Welcome To Colorado Tim HowardAs if being in first place wasn't good enough, the Colorado Rapids went and added one of the premier goaltenders in the world.
Goalie Tim Howard Picked Rapids For More Exposure For World CupGoalkeeper Tim Howard says his decision to leave the English Premier League had nothing to do with being benched at Everton.
Miller Will Take Course As Forerunner Before Training RunBode Miller being Bode Miller, he will of course try to go as fast as he can in a downhill training run Wednesday. Doesn't matter if there's nothing at stake since he's only testing out the hill or that he's hardly in "go crazy" form.
Bode Miller Takes Course As Forerunner Before Training Run At Beaver CreekBode Miller glided around a turn at a high rate of speed, caught some air and nearly lost one of his skis. Somehow, as he always seems to do, he avoided a crash and kept right on attacking the course.
Shiffrin Uses Blazing Final Run To Win World Cup SlalomMikaela Shiffrin shook off the disappointment of a fall the day before and turned in two blistering runs to win a World Cup slalom by 3.07 seconds Saturday, the largest margin of victory in the history of the women's discipline.
Vonn's Ankle '100 Percent' Ready For World Cup Race In AspenLindsey Vonn's healing left ankle no longer aches or gives her any sort of discomfort whatsoever when she steps into her ski boot.
Next Women's World Cup Team Could Have A Teen Sensation From ColoradoThe next women's World Cup is in France in 2019, and there's a good chance that Colorado's own Mallory Pugh will be on the U.S. soccer team.