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Hailey Swirbul of the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team is ready to say goodbye to World Cup ski racing. The 2022 Olympian has formally announced her retirement from the World Cup circuit hours after crossing the finish line at the 2022-23 World Cup Finals in Lahti, Finland. 

Jaelin Kauf and Cole McDonald both became double 2023 National Champions, winning for the second day in a row.

The last day of the of snowboardcross World Cup took place in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada and the U.S. Snowboard Team's Jake Vedder walked away with his third podium of his career.

U.S. Snowboard Team slopestyle rider Dusty Henricksen had a very successful weekend at the FIS Snowobard World Cup in Corvatsch Silvaplana, Switzerland, qualifying for the stacked finals and clinching his first ever coveted FIS Slopestyle Snowboard Crystal Globe. 

The 2022-23 World Cup season has come to an end in Lahti, Finland with the 20k classic. It was another historic day for the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team, highlighted by Ben Ogden clinching the U23 Green Bib, Jessie Diggins placing second in the FIS Cross Country World Cup Overall and distance races, Rosie Brennan snagging fourth place in the overall and sixth in the distance and the team finishing in fourth place for the Nations Cup.

National team athletes Jaelin Kauf and Cole McDonald were crowned the 2023 U.S. National Champions

On a beautiful day in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, six U.S snowboardcross athletes competed in their second to last race of the season with Lindsey Jacobellis securing her 59th career podium.

Julia Marino of the U.S. Snowboard Team slopestyle and big air team wrapped up her 2022-23 season in style, winning her third slopestyle event of the season in Silvaplana, Switzerland. This win today secured her 12th career podium and eighth World Cup victory. She also received her first ever slopestyle Crystal Globe as a result of her accumulated FIS points from the season. The Crystal Globe is a coveted award that signifies the best athletes in the world for that season. Marino is the true definition of what that means. 

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