Johnny Spillane is a man of firsts: the first American to earn a nordic combined silver medal at the Olympics, in 2010, and the first U.S. skier to earn a gold medal at the World Championships, in 2003.
World Champion and Olympic medalist Johnny Spillane is retiring after 13 seasons.
Billy Demong led the USA finishing 15th in the large hill nordic combined event at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships.
The USA battled with the best most of the race before finishing seventh in a FIS Nordic Combined World Cup on the Sochi venue.
A veteran team featuring three World Champions will represent the USA in nordic combined in the upcoming FIS Nordic Ski World Championships in Val di Fiemme, Italy.
Bryan Fletcher jumped to 15th and moved up to finish sixth in Klingenthal.
Bryan and Taylor Fletcher combined to finish seventh in a World Cup team sprint in France.
FIS Nordic Combined World Cup in Chaux-Neuve, France.
The U.S. Nordic Combined Team gave high marks to the new Sochi 2014 ski jumping venue near Krasnaya Polyana during a FIS Summer Grand Prix
Challenging weather conditions in Germany Sunday did not claim Olympic champion Billy Demong as he finished 10th in an individual Gundersen
Fletcher Leads USA in 14th
Demong Sixth for Season Best
Spillane Sets Season Best in Chaux-Neuve
Billy Demong moves up to 8th in fast-paced finish in France, while Bryan Fletcher's strong jump lands him 14th
Demong Leads Stacked Results
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