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The Stifel U.S. Cross Country Ski Team just wrapped up their most successful season in history, with both men and women finding unprecedented success weekend after weekend, highlighted by the younger athletes on the team, including Zanden McMullen. McMullen is featured as the next On The Rise athlete, a U.S. Ski & Snowboard campaign highlighting athletes from each team rising to the top. McMullen has put together a string of solid races in the last couple of seasons, highlighted by multiple career-best World Cup results, four U.S.

Three-time Paralympic gold medalist, five-time World Champion and one of the most decorated Para snowboard athletes of all time, Brenna Huckaby has won the 2024 “Best Athlete with a Disability” ESPY at the ESPY Awards in Los Angeles, California. This is her second ESPY win and third nomination. 

The Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team has announced the addition of a Freestyle Development Manager to the freestyle staff.

Steamboat Springs and U.S. Ski Team legend Jim "Moose" Barrows passed away on June 28, 2024 at 80 years old after a long battle with cancer.  

He was born on April 25, 1944 in Los Angeles, California and moved to Steamboat Springs, Colorado with his family and two brothers in 1950. He began skiing for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, coached by Olympian Gordy Wren, where he excelled at both ski jumping and alpine skiing. 

The annual Alpine Fundraiser for the Stifel U.S. Ski Team was a massive success. The fundraiser almost doubled the initial goal of $100,000. The event is a staple for the alpine team helping raise additional funds for the program as the team competes to be the best in the world. 

Stifel U.S. Ski Team alpine skier Allison Mollin is on the rise within the alpine circuit. The Truckee, California native and former Palisades Tahoe skier completed her first rookie season with the national team in the 2023-24 year and did not disappoint, claiming both the super-G and downhill NorAm Cup titles as well as second place in super-G at the U.S. Alpine Championships. Mollin is one of the team’s up-and-coming speed skiers and has already made her debut on the World Cup stage in Crans Montana, Switzerland.

The Stifel U.S. Freestyle Ski Team has announced that Steve Desovich will join the moguls coaching staff for the upcoming 2024-25 season. 

The best freestyle athletes from around the world will gather in Engadin, Switzerland, for the 2025 FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships from Mar. 18-30. Each country will nominate four athletes per gender, per discipline. Complete nominations will be made later this season; however, this year, the U.S. athletes had the opportunity to prequalify based on their standings from the 2023-24 season.

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