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Demong Records Season Best

01/13/2012

CHAUX-NEUVE, France (Jan. 13) – Billy Demong (...

Miller 3rd in Wengen Super Combined

01/13/2012

WENGEN, Switzerland (Jan. 13) - Olympic super combined champion Bode Miller (Franconia, NH) opened the 82nd Lauberhorn weekend in Wengen with third in the discipline that brought him Vancouver gold. Miller, second in the downhill portion, held on to the podium as...

Alpe d'Huez Skiercross Brings Sunny Skies and Great Competition

01/12/2012

 

ALPE D HUEZ, France (Jan. 11) – Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) continued on his ski cross tear finishing 12th at the third stop of the ski cross World Cup tour in Alpe d Huez. John Teller (Mammoth Mountain, CA) finished just behind in 13th after qualifying fifth. The tour moves to Les Contamines, France this weekend, Jan. 14-15.

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USA Ready for Youth Olympic Games

01/12/2012

Olympian Ashley Caldwell Out for Season

01/11/2012

PARK CITY, UT (Jan. 10) – Olympian Ashley Caldwell (Ashburn, VA), who won her first World Cup aerials event last January in Lake Placid, will sit out the remainder of the 2012 season after knee surgery. Caldwell was injured in a crash at the NorAm Cup aerials event at the Utah Olympic Park in December. She is expected to be back on skis this...

Diggins Completes Gold Sweep

01/08/2012

RUMFORD, ME (Jan. 8) - Team CXC's Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) completed a perfect sweep Sunday, winning her fourth gold at the U.S. Cross Country Chamionships in Rumford. Diggins, who was second in the classic sprint to Canadian Daria Gaiazova, won a fifth career U.S. title. Tyler Kornfield (Anchorage) took gold in the men's sprint when Torin...

Swensson Leads Again in SX

01/08/2012

ST. JOHANN, Austria (Jan.  7) - New-kid-on-the-block Joe Swensson (Niantic, CT) earned his third top 20 of the year by finishing 13th in Saturday night's World Cup skicross under the lights in front of 7,000 spectators at St. Johann. John Teller (Mammoth Mountain, CA) finished 18th. and Pat Duran narrowly missed qualifying heats coming in 35th...

Hendrickson Takes Second Career World Cup Win

01/08/2012

HINTERZARTEN, Germany (Jan. 8) – Sarah Hendrickson (Park City, UT) took her second World Cup win today after only three events this season. Hendrickson jumped into the lead after her first jump - a dominating 107.5 meter ride. Jessica Jerome (Park City, UT) rounded out the podium in third, after she and Hendrickson were the only two women to...

Demong Leads Stacked Results

01/08/2012

OBERSTDORF, Germany (Jan. 8) – The U.S. Ski Team's Billy Demong (Vermontville, NY) crossed the finish line first after the three American's worked together to post a stack of results in Oberstdorf. Demong and Johnny Spillane (Steamboat Springs, CO) punched into the top-15 with 14th and 15th respectively, while teammate Bryan Fletcher (Steamboat...

Kasper 9th in Adelboden Slalom

01/08/2012

ADELBODEN, Switzerland (Jan. 8) - Nolan Kasper (Warren, VT) was 9th in a rugged Adelboden slalom as Austrian Marcel Hirscher won his third consecutive Audi FIS Alpine World Cup race. Hirscher, who pushed his World Cup overall lead to 230 points, began his streak with a slalom win in Zagreb, Croatia and also won Saturday's giant slalom in...

Strong Return for Ross after Dec. Crash

01/08/2012

BAD KLEINKIRCHHEIM, Austria (Jan. 8) - Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA) led the U.S. Ski Team with eighth in the Bad Kleinkirchheim super G as Swiss racer Fabienne Suter won for her second straight podium. The race also capped a strong return to the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup for Laurenne Ross (Bend, OR), who finished 14th to score points in her...

Randall 8th Going Into Tour Finale

01/07/2012

VAL DI FIEMME, Italy (Jan. 7) - Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) showed her continuing growth as a distance skier finishing 12th in the 10k classic in stage eight at the Tour de Ski. The finish dropped her two spots to eighth in the Tour, but kept her in reasonable striking distance for top four finish. Poland's Justyna Kowalczyk took a big win over...

Mancuso 2nd, Three USA in Top 10

01/07/2012

BAD KLEINKIRCHHEIM, Austria (Jan. 7) - Julia Mancuso (Squaw Valley, CA) stormed to second and led three Americans into the top 10 at the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup downhill in Bad Kleinkirchheim. World Cup overall and downhill leader Lindsey Vonn (Vail, CO) survived a big mistake right out of the starting gate to finish fourth, missing the...

Van Takes Second in First World Cup Back

01/07/2012

HINTERZARTEN, Germany (Jan. 7) – Lindsey Van (Park City, UT) took second in her first World Cup back from an ankle injury. Windy conditions led to a second round cancelation making the first jump their final result. Van placed only one point behind winner Sabrina Windmueller of Sweden. Young gun Sarah Hendrickson (Park City, UT) was ninth but...

Team Finishes Fifth in Germany

01/07/2012

OBERSTDORF, Germany (Jan. 7) – The four-man team comprised of Taylor Fletcher, Johnny Spillane, Bryan Fletcher (all Steamboat Springs, CO) and Billy Demong (Vermontville, NY) moved up three spots after jumping to eighth to finish fifth overall in the team event in Oberstdorf. Bryan Fletcher laid down another strong cross country performance...

Ligety 4th, Hirscher Takes Adelboden GS

01/07/2012

ADELBODEN, Switzerland (Jan. 7) - Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) was fourth in the classic Adelboden giant slalom Saturday to retain his discipline lead and jump to third in the overall standings. Marcel Hirscher of Austria won for the second straight race to boost his Audi FIS Alpine World Cup overall lead. American Tim Jitloff (Reno, NV) was 20th...

Diggins, Elliott Strike Gold

01/05/2012

RUMFORD, ME (Jan. 5) - Jessie Diggins (Afton, MN) of Team CXC picked up her second title of the week while Ski and Snowboard Club Vail's Tad Elliott (Durango, CO) took a third career U.S. gold in day two of the U.S. Cross Country Ski Championships at Black Mountain in Rumford. Elliott took a close win in the men's 15kk freestyle while Diggins...

Ligety 14th in Slushy Zagreb Slalom

01/05/2012

ZAGREB, Croatia (Jan. 5) - Reigning Audi FIS Alpine World Cup giant slalom champion Ted Ligety (Park City, UT) finished 14th in the Zagreb night slalom as Austrian Marcel Hirscher captured the victory to move into the overall World Cup lead. Rapidly deteriorating course conditions due to warm weather caused havoc for late starters in both the...

Randall Strong Fifth in Pursuit

01/05/2012

TOBLACH, Italy (Jan. 5) - American Kikkan Randall turned in another strong performance finishing fifth in the women's 15k pursuit in stage seven of the Tour de Ski. Randall, who came into the pursuit seeded fourth, won a three-skier sprint to the finish to claim the fifth spot. Norway's Marit Bjoergen won to takeover the Tour lead from Poland's...

Randall Vaults Back to Fourth in Tour

01/04/2012

TOBLACH, Italy (Jan. 4) - A day after dropping to seventh in the Tour de Ski, Kikkan Randall (Anchorage) came roaring back with a hard fought second in the stage six freestyle sprint at the Tour de Ski in the northern Italy village of Toblach. Randall survived a high traffic semifinals to then square off against Tour leaders Justyna Kowalczyk...

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