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Alpine Skiing The year began with Lindsey Vonn chasing a record while coming back from two major knee surgeries. The 2010 Olympic downhill champion won 10 World Cup races in 2015 (so far), including breaking Annemarie Moser-Pröll‘s record of 62 women’s World Cup wins on Jan. Vonn returned to her pre-2013 World Championships crash form, dominating the speed disciplines of downhill and super-G. story was Bode Miller, who at 37 may have competed for the final time, crashing in the super-G.
She was slowed by a hip injury last winter, cutting her season short, and underwent surgery in November, ruling her out this season.
That leaves Vonn as the major story heading into 2016.
It will end with Vonn chasing another record as the healthiest elite U. However, Vonn won zero races at the biggest event of the year, the World Championships near her Colorado home in February. Miller, though, has said there is a “good likelihood” he returns to racing, but a run for a sixth Olympics in 2018 is “really unlikely.” Mikaela Shiffrin, who in 2014 became the youngest Olympic slalom champion, repeated as World champion in the slalom and three-peated as World Cup champion. 12 crash and is unlikely to race again until next fall.
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A more pressing matter is the World Cup overall title, the biggest prize this season with no Olympic or Worlds.
Vonn seemed a heavy favorite for her fifth crown following Shiffrin’s injury (with past champions Anna Fenninger and Tina Maze already out), but that changed this past weekend.
While Tuktamysheva has struggled this fall, a new Russian teen ascended to win the Grand Prix Final two weeks ago — 16-year-old Yevgenia Medvedeva. MORE: Ashley Wagner questioned her career at Grand Prix Final Freestyle Skiing Hannah Kearney, the most decorated U. freestyle skier of all time, tied the World Cup moguls wins record in her final competition before retirement in March. Wise’s bid for an X Games four-peat was denied, but he came back to win the Dew Tour Mountain Championships this month. Olympians Erin Hamlin, Summer Britcher and Chris Mazdzer all won World Cup races in the first half of the season.
The Olympic champion Hanyu was upset for the World title by Spain’s Javier Fernandez in March. Championships in January by Nathan Chen, a 16-year-old who won the Junior Grand Prix Final. Then, Canada’s Mikael Kingsbury capped his year by breaking the men’s moguls wins record on Dec. In slopestyle, Olympic bronze medalist Nick Goepper won X Games, while silver medalist Gus Kenworthy prevailed at Dew Tour, two months after coming out. In bobsled, Elana Meyers Taylor became the first U. woman to pilot a World Championship-winning sled in February, while Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries continued to break the gender barrier by competing in the four-man at Worlds. However, all of those victories came on North American ice, and the rest of the season, plus the World Championships, will take place in Europe. bobsled team Snowboarding Shaun White finished fourth at the Winter X Games in January in his first competition since also taking fourth at the Sochi Olympics.