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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. 

The future of mogul skiing looks bright following a strong showing from up-and-coming athletes at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships in Chiesa in Valmalenco, Italy, March 23-25.

It was quite the day to wrap up the final sprint of the 2022-23 season in Lahti, Finland. The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team sent five athletes to the top-30, with Julia Kern and Ben Ogden leading the team in 15th and 13th, respectively. 

Today, March 25, marked the last slopestyle World Cup of the season in Silvaplana, SUI. Five American men and one U.S. woman were set to drop into finals for their last competition. Alex Hall, Colby Stevenson, Konnor Ralph, Hunter Henderson, and Mac Forehand went head-to-head in the men’s finals with a total of 16 competitors out on course.

Conditions were tough for the athletes as the wind continued to pick up through out the event and the visibility stayed consistently flat. However, this did not stop the men as we had four athletes in the top-10.

Mikaela Shiffrin of the Stifel U.S. Alpine Ski Team wrapped up the 2022-23 season in style, winning her 88th World Cup at the World Cup Finals giant slalom in Soldeu, Andorra. It was her 138th career podium and her 21st giant slalom win, breaking two women’s records. She also received her second career giant slalom crystal globe, marking her the most successful skier in the discipline, along with her fifth overall crystal globe, the biggest prize in ski racing.

Kaila Kuhn finished fourth at World Cup Finals, USA earned the 2023 Aerials Nations Cup.
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