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In his first race back from injury, Ryan Cochran-Siegle led the charge for the American men, finishing 10th in the Lake Louise downhill.

Due to inclement weather, the women's giant slalom at the Homelight Killington World Cup on Saturday, Nov. 27. has been canceled. Killington Resort reported 19 inches of new snow in the past 24 hours.

Rosie Brennan put her head down, settled into a fast pace, and led the Davis U.S. Cross Country Team with a sixth-place finish in the women’s FIS World Cup 10k classic in Ruka, Finland, Saturday.
Due to heavy snow last night and throughout the day, the men's downhill in Lake Louise has been canceled.
JC Schoonmaker, Ben Ogden, and Luke Jager all posted career-best results in the opening FIS World Cup Cross Country race of the season in Ruka, Finland, Friday.
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Following a productive summer of training, 19 Americans are ready to kick off the FIS Cross Country World Cup season with the traditional season-opener in Ruka, Finland, featuring three races - classic sprint, classic distance, and freestyle pursuit events starting Friday.

After a year without the North American FIS Ski World Cup series due to COVID-19 setbacks, everyone and their mother is frothing at the mouth for its return. From the HomeLight Killington Cup to the Xfinity Birds of Prey World Cup and Lake Louise, the excitement to be back on North American soil is palpable. It’s safe to say that this year, U.S. fans, staff, and athletes are collectively thankful for the return of our domestic races. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Happy Thanksgiving, indeed. 

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