Hannah Kearney becomes alltime ‘Mogul’ of moguls with 15th straight World Cup

Hannah Kearney

The biggest World Cup news about American skiers isn’t about someone named Lindsey or Bode or Julia or Ted.

The name to know is Hannah Kearney, who claimed her 15th (yes, 15th!) straight win World Cup moguls event Sunday (Feb. 12) in Beida Lake, China. Not only is that a staggering win streak for moguls, the feat by the Vermont-born skier broke the record held by alpine great Ingemar Stenmark, who won 14 straight World Cup giant slaloms (1978-80). Read more.

Women’s World Cup: The American team had a non-podium weekend, although overall points leader Lindsey Vonn was able to add some more by finishing eighth in a Giant Slalom on Sunday after skiing off the course on Saturday during a slalom. More.

Men’s World Cup: Once again, Bode Miller was a bit unlucky in the tour’s first visit to the site of the Soichi Winter Olympics in 2014. The American finished just .02 out of third in the Downhill on Saturday (Feb. 11). See who won the race, what Miller said about the course (it isn’t complimentary) and who won Sunday’s Combined event, then left with a bad injury. More.

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