Julia Mancuso Leads Women's U.S. Ski Team in Are, Switzerland World Cup Giant Slalom

The women's U.S. Ski Team traveled to Are, Switzerland for a giant slalom nighttime event on Wednesday. The team was forced to continue with the Audi FIS World Cup Tour without their star athlete Lindsey Vonn. The remaining team members were prepared to step up and shine just as brightly, however a variety of circumstances …

Ted Ligety Leads U.S. Ski Team in Madonna di Campiglio World Cup Slalom

The men's U.S. Ski Team had an exciting slalom on Tuesday with night race in Madonna di Campiglio. Ted Ligety led the Americans with a 9th place finish. Marcel Hirscher of Austria won the day with a 1.67 margin of victory that was highly reminiscent of Ted's recent victory in Alta Badia. Felix Neureuther of Germany came …

Kikkan Randall and Ida Sargent Finish Strong in Canmore World Cup

Kikkan Randall and Ida Sargent finished up strong Sunday in the 15k skiathlon after two weekends of the FIS Cross Country World Cup in Canmore. Randall clinched the eighth spot to remain in the second position in the World Cup overall standings. Sargent finished with a career best distance finish of 14th. However, they weren’t …

Chas Guldemond Battles Harsh Conditions for 2nd in Dew Tour

Chas Guldemond overcame the odds to take second at the Dew Tour slopestyle snowboarding finals in Breckenridge, Coloradoafter battling extreme blowing winds and snow. He sported a near perfect double backside rodeo and a smooth cab double 1260 in his second run, securing his second position with a score of 90.75. Guldemond was one of …

Hoffman, Freeman finish Top 10 in Canmore World Cup

Noah Hoffman battled start to finish, taking a career best eighth less than four seconds behind winner Maurice Manificat of France in the FIS Cross Country World Cup in Canmore. Kris Freeman strategically made a chase for the pack at the end finishing in tenth. Hoffman was happy with his finish and optimistic about the …

White and Farrington Dominate Dew Tour in Breckenridge

Shaun White and Kaitlyn Farrington emerged victorious after fighting through the snowy conditions and slow halfpipe at the Dew Tour halfpipe finals in Breckenridge, Colorado. White exhibited a huge double McTwist 1200 in his first run, scoring him a 95.25. The defending Dew Tour champion, Louie Vito, gave White some competition after his first run …

Todd Lodwick Earns Hat Trick in Soldier Hollow World Cup

Todd Lodwick had an impressive weekend starting off with a huge win in the FIS Nordic Combined Continental Cup at Soldier Hollow over France’s Wilfried Cailleau. U.S. Ski Team had four athletes finish in the top 20, including Nick Hendrickson finishing 17th, Brett Denney finishing 18thand, Michael Ward finishing second in a career best finish. …

Kikkan Randall Takes Second in FIS Cross Country World Cup Sprint

Kikkan Randall continued to ski strong in Canmore to take second in the FIS Cross Country World Cup sprint event. She lost narrowly to Norway’s Maiken Kaspersen Falla. On the men’s side, Andy Newell lead with a fifth place finish behind Sweden’s Emil Joensson who won the day. Saturday’s podium finish propelled Randall to second …

Steven Nyman Wins Saslong Classic

Steve Nyman had an amazing come-from-behind win at the Saslong Classic on Saturday. The Utah downhiller put a mark on his comeback returning to the site of his 2006 Audi FIS Alpine World Cup win to do it again! Steven Nyman came out of the 37th start position to steal a victory on the foggy, …

U.S. Ski Jumpers Shine in Ramsau

U.S. ski jumpers continue to shine at the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Ramsau with five women in the top 12. Lindsey Van and Jessica Jerome had season best results finishing in fourth and fifth. Sarah Hendrickson, the defending World Cup champion, placed seventh and third in the overall World Cup standings. Japan’s Sara …

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