Strachova on the podium again in Maribor
Sarka Strachova continued her successful run by clinching third place and another podium finish in the World Cup Slalom in Maribor on Sunday. It was the second podium of the World Cup season for the WSC bronze medallist in Beaver Creek after second place in the Slalom in Kühtai.
Gold, silver and bronze for Fischer at the WSC in Beaver Creek
The Fischer Race Family will be heading back to Europe from the 43rd Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek with a complete set of medals from the individual WSC races. French racer Jean-Baptiste Grange won gold in Sunday's Slalom with a victory which may have taken many by surprise but rounded off the Championships in perfect style for Fischer.
Grange wins sensational Slalom gold for the Fischer Race Family in WSC final
The 43rd Alpine World Ski Championships came to an end on Sunday in Beaver Creek with nothing short of a sensation. France's Jean-Baptiste Grange took most people by surprise by clinching his second WSC title in the men's Slalom after 2011 in Garmisch, causing a sense of euphoria among the Fischer Race Family.
Strachova clinches WSC bronze in women's Slalom
Sarka Strachova won the bronze medal in the women's WSC Slalom race on Saturday in Beaver Creek. This was already the fourth medal at World Championships for the top Czech athlete and the second medal for the Fischer Race Family in an individual WSC race in the USA, with Austrian racer Nicole Hosp having previously taken silver in the Alpine Combined.
Gold for Austria in the Nations Team Event – three Fischer athletes celebrate victory
Defending title holders Austria won the Nations Team Event at the 43rd World Ski Championships in Vail on Tuesday (local time). In the battle for gold, Eva-Maria Brem, Michaela Kirchgasser, Marcel Hirscher and Fischer racer Christoph Nösig had the edge over surprise finalists Canada, winning 3:1.
WSC silver for Nicole Hosp in the Alpine Combined
The Fischer Race Family has won its first medal in the title races at Vail/Beaver Creek with a second place for Nicole Hosp. This is already the eighth medal at World Championships for the Tyrolean athlete. Slovenia's Tina Maze won gold and silver went to Michaela Kirchgasser representing Austria.