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U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced 24 athletes to represent the United States at the FIS Junior & U23 World Cross Country Championships Feb. 22-27 in Lygna, Norway.

Mikaela Shiffrin led three Americans into the top 20, finishing fifth in the giant slalom on the challenging Erta slope in Kronplatz, Italy – the final FIS Ski World Cup women's tech race before Beijing 2022. Nina O'Brien fought back into the top 15, finishing 15th, while teammate Paula Moltzan was 17th. 

Both Ben Ritchie and Luke Winters scored points for the United States in Tuesday's slalom under the lights in Schladming, Austria. 

Sadly, downhiller and Olympic medal hopeful, Breezy Johnson, announced on Tuesday that she will sit out of the upcoming Olympic Games due to a knee injury sustained at Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy. 

In a post on Instagram, she shared, 

U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced today its nomination of Anna Hoffmann by the U.S. Olympic Ski Jumping Team to represent Team USA at the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. 

Four Americans broke into the top 25 in the second Kitzbuehel downhill of the weekend, led by Travis Ganong in 11th. Bryce Bennett was 0.12 seconds behind Ganong in 12th. Jared Goldberg matched his all-time best finish on the Streif in 19th, and Steven Nyman rounded out the day of point finishes for the U.S. men in 21st. 

Mikaela Shiffrin led the U.S. Alpine Ski Team in super-G at Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, finishing 16th, Sunday. Keely Cashman also scored points, skiing into 28th place.

Luke Winters charged through snowy conditions and challenging terrain to take 11th in Saturday's slalom at the Hahenkamm-Rennen in Kitzbuehel, Austria. Winters, who has fought vigorously to get into the points from the back of the pack throughout the season, was not incredibly happy with his skiing but was thankful to have finished two runs in tough conditions. Twenty-two men in the field did not finish the first run, and 11 men did not finish the second run, leaving 19 men standing in the points by the end of second run.

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