2015 U.S. Alpine Championships at Sugarloaf, ME
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U.S. Snowboarding rider Ty Walker, just 17, won the historic Istanbul World Cup big air contest.
Crashes took their toll in the Davis freestyle sprint World Cup as Kikkan Randall finished ninth and Sophie Caldwell 11th.
The U.S. Freestyle aerials team wrapped up the FIS Freestyle World Cup opener on Sunday, bringing their podium total from the weekend up to three.
Ted Ligety had a phenomenal second run of giant slalom, skiing from seventh place to second in Alta Badia. Tim Jitloff took 12th.
Julia Mancuso led the USA in sixth in a Audi FIS Ski World Cup super G at Val d'Isere. Lindsey Vonn crashed, putting a record 62nd World Cup win on hold for now.
On the wings of improved jumping, the USA bumped up from eighth to fifth in a FIS Nordic Combined World Cup team event Saturday in Ramsau. Action contnues Sunday with an individual event before the tour takes a holiday break.
Ty Walker Leads Women's Big Air
Ty Walker made history winning the first women's big air World Cup in Istanbul.
Lindsey Vonn Winning Val d'Isere DH
Lindsey Vonn skied to a 61st career Audi FIS Ski World Cup win with victory in the Val d'Isere downhill.
Surrounded by thousands of aerials fans in Beijing’s Bird’s Nest Stadium, McKinnon jumped to her first career World Cup podium with a third place finish at the FIS Freestyle World Cup aerials opener.
Liz Stephen led the U.S. Ski Team with a strong 12th place finish in a 10k freestyle race in Davos.
U.S. Alpine Championships
U.S. Alpine Championships heads to Sugarloaf, Maine this year bringing the nations best alpine skiiers to the east coast in March 2015!
Detailed schedule coming soon!