Faye Gulini is not only an Olympic snowboardcross rider; she has proven her mettle with multiple National Championship titles and podiums since 2010. (Tom Kelly/U.S. Snowboarding)
VIDEO: U.S. 2nd in Veysonnaz
Faye Gulini and Callan Chythlook-Sifsof finished 3rd in the FIS Snowboard World Cup team snowboardcross in Veysonnaz, Switzerland behind Italy and Canada.
Nate Holland took his first World Cup podium of the season with a second place finish in the World Cup snowboardcross Saturday.
VIDEO: Gulini Wins Canyons SBX
Faye Gulini wins the Sprint Grand Prix snowboardcross at Canyons Resort earning herself the title of national champion. American Brooke Shaw came in second place.
Trevor Jacob and Faye Gulini took the top spots and clinched the U.S. titles in the 2013 Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Canyons.
The Sprint U.S. Grand Prix and USANA Skicross returns for a third year to Canyons Resort Feb. 25- Mar. 2.
Alex Deibold rode to a career first podium finishing second in the pre-Olympic SBX in Rosa Khutor.
Nick Baumgartner rode to third in a FIS Snowboard World Cup SBX in Blue Mountain.
Nick Baumgartner finished seventh to lead the USA at the FIS Snowboard World Championships SBX.
Nick Baumgartner (Iron River, MI) was fifth during frigid snowboardcross qualifiers at the FIS Snowboard World Championships at Stoneham.
Olympians Seth Wescott, Nate Holland, Nick Baumgartner, and Faye Gulini lead a team of 29 top ranked athletes named to the 2013 FIS World Snowboarding Championships Team.
Seth Wescott and Nate Holland combined to win the team SBX at the Paul Mitchell Progression Session in Telluride.
Seth Wescott won the USANA Snowboardcross Cup in Telluride, his first victory in four years.
Nate Holland led U.S. Snowboarding riders qualifying third Thursday for Friday's USANA Snowboardcross Cup.
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Gulini first started riding at Snowbird, UT when she was nine years old. She didn't wait long before taking to the course, however, racing in her first SBX event at age 10 in Jackson Hole, WY. Five years later Gulini moved to Vail, CO to pursue her dream. Gulini's ascent to success in SBX was then swift, as she landed the results she needed for a spot on the 2010 Olympic team.
Gulini was back in 2011, riding well enough to take a spot on her first World Championships team in both snowboardcross and slopestyle. Add to that a top 10 at the Winter X Games and a third at U.S. Champs, and Gulini is, without a doubt, a key influence in the future of her sport. Coming back after a knee injury in 2012, Gulini soared into second at the Canyons Resort Sprint U.S. Grand Prix.
Competing in six World Cup’s in 2013 and taking the U.S. title at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Canyons kept Gulini busy. She was able to qualify and place within the top eight at the FIS World Cup at the Olympic venue in Sochi, Russia. To top it off Gulini moved up from the U.S. Snowboarding B Team to the A Team. The only place to go from here is up!
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