Brennan Rubie scored World Cup points in the first start of his career and has the fearless attitude it takes to be fast at every level of ski racing. (Eric Schramm)
Ted Ligety stood on the podium again, this time grabbing second place after racing under the lights in Are, Sweden.
The men look fast in during two runs of downhill training at the Audi Birds of Prey in Beaver Creek, Colorado.
As the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup gets underway this weekend in Soelden, the clock ticked down to 100 days until the Feb. 2-15 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail/Beaver Creek.
Ted Ligety goes for a fourth straight on Sunday, with Mikaela Shiffrin and Julia Mancuso opening on Saturday.
Tim Jitloff (Reno, NV) broad a crowd of thousands to a roaring crescendo Friday with another masterful performance in Squaw Valley to win his second consecutive Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships giant slalom title.
Ted Ligety was fourth in the super G at the Audi Birds of Prey World Cup leading four U.S. men into the points.
Times are dropping and energy is building in Beaver Creek in anticipation of Friday's Audi Birds of Prey downhill featuring Lake Louise podium finisher Marco Sullivan and a recharged men's U.S. speed team.
Tommy Ford came within .04 of another gold medal as Canadian Dustin Cook squeeked the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships super G title Friday in Winter Park.
Robby Kelley won a NorAm giant slalom in Panorama, BC with Brennan Rubie in third.
Mountain Plaza roared Saturday as the 2012 U.S. Alpine Ski Team - including Olympic gold medalists Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO), Bode Miller (Franconia, NH), Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA) and Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) - was introduced during a public celeb
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Brennan Rubie was involved in U.S. Ski Team camps until he punched a ticket into the U.S. Development program in 2010. Since then, the Snowbird shredder has won NorAm races, scored World Cup points and is quickly easing into his role as the next American giant slalom ace.
After a long rehab from a fractured leg he suffered during the 2013 season, Rubie was back in the saddle for 2014. The World Cup season didn’t go as planned thanks to bad luck, but he did finish second in the NorAm GS standings to hang onto a World Cup GS start for 2015.
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