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The U.S. Snowboard and U.S. Freeski teams are ready to throw down this week in the 22-foot Superpipe at Woodward Copper Mountain, Colorado. The team already has a day of training in the bag, and the reviews are in—this pipe is absolutely chiseled and ready to go. Take that as a sign that we should be prepared to see another heavy progression session as this international field of competitors drops in ready to unleash their newest tricks. The Toyota U.S. Grand Prix at Copper is one of four U.S.

Toby Miller is training for what he hopes will be his first Olympic Games — and getting ready to compete against some of those same icons he grew up watching.
Hailey Langland earned the top finish of the day for the U.S. Snowboard Team, landing in fourth place at the VISA Big Air presented by Toyota at Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Langland earned her combined top score with two new tricks—a Cab frontside 900 indy, followed by a frontside 900 Weddle.

The Xfinity Birds of Prey men's downhill in Beaver Creek, Colorado scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 5, has been canceled due to strong winds. The second downhill in Beaver Creek was meant to replace the Lake Louise downhill, canceled the weekend prior due to weather. FIS has not yet determined if, and when, the downhill will be rescheduled.

The men's tour looks ahead to a tech series on Val d'Isere Dec. 11-12.


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Mikaela Shiffrin finished sixth overall in the Lake Louise super-G, leading four American athletes into the top-30.

The Davis U.S. Cross Country Team wrapped up three days of FIS World Cup racing by fielding four teams in the men's and women’s relay, with the women’s Team USA 1 fighting back to finish fourth Sunday.

U.S. Freeski athlete Alex Hall earned a huge second-place finish at the Visa Big Air presented by Toyota in Steamboat, Colorado, with three of the field landing never-been-done tricks.

On Saturday, Breezy Johnson, once again, found herself second on the downhill podium behind Sofia Goggia in Lake Louise, 0.86 seconds off the Italian's pace and 0.14 seconds ahead of third-place finisher Corinne Suter. 

Despite a familiar-looking podium, course conditions in Lake Louise made a drastic change from those on Friday. Heavy snow, flat light, and low visibility made confident skiing challenging to find. As Johnson exited the finish, she looked over at Goggia in the leader's seat and symbolically tipped her hat to the Italian, who laid down another immaculate run.

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