Four-time Olympian Chemmy Alcott has declared herself ready for a new challenge after calling time on her ski racing career.
Germany's Olympic Alpine skiing champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch officially ended her sporting career on Thursday.
Austria had plenty to celebrate on the final day of the alpine skiing World Cup season as Anna Fenninger and Marcel Hirscher both took victory.
Austria's Marcel Hirscher became the first man in 30 years to win the overall alpine skiing World Cup three times in succession.
Ted Ligety added the World Cup giant slalom to his Olympic title after edging out overall World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher.
Marlies Schild said she was contemplating retirement after finishing third in Lenzerheide on Saturday.
Austria's Anna Fenninger won her first women's alpine skiing World Cup title in the super-G at the finals in Lenzerheide.
Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch crashed heavily and was taken to hospital at the World Cup finals in Lenzerheide on Wednesday.
Tanja Poutiainen, Finland's only Olympic medallist in alpine skiing, is ending her career after this season.
Felix Neureuther took his fourth alpine skiing slalom World Cup tour win of the season in Kranjska Gora.
Ted Ligety's impressive form continued as the American backed up his gold medal at Sochi 2014 with a win in Kranjska Gora.
Sochi 2014 gold medallist Mikaela Shiffrin won the overall slalom World Cup title with victory in Are, Sweden.
Anna Fenninger claimed her second alpine skiing giant slalom World Cup win in as many days to take the overall lead in the race for the Crystal Globe.
Anna Fenninger played down her chances of snatching the overall World Cup title despite claiming a giant slalom win in Are.
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud capped off a successful outing in Kvitfjell, but it was teammate Aksel Lund Svindal who secured the Super-G title.
Anna Fischbacher gave the best possible response to being left out of the Austria team for last month's Winter Olympics.
Aksel Lund Svindal earned some consolation after his Olympic woes when he deservedly retained the downhill World Cup.
Canada’s Erik Guay grabbed his second downhill win of the alpine skiing World Cup campaign with a polished performance in Kvitfjell.
The resumption of the Ladies' alpine skiing World Cup competition was put back a day after bad weather caused a postponement.
Norway's Kjetil Jansrud and Austria's Georg Streitberger shared victory in the World Cup downhill race in Kvitfjell.