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Hailey Langland earned the top result of the day for the U.S. Snowboard Team in Thursday’s qualifications at the Visa Big Air World Cup presented by Toyota at Steamboat Resort, with a fifth-place finish to advance into Saturday’s women’s finals.

The Xfinity Birds of Prey World Cup in Beaver Creek, Colo. got underway on Thursday, Dec. 2, yielding some decent results for the American men. Ryan Cochran-Siegle was the top U.S. finisher, skiing into a tie at 19th with Switzerland's Thomas Tumler. Travis Ganong tied for his position of 22nd with France's Mathieu Faivre.

Dehlinger led the Americans with a career-best eighth place result in the Aerials FIS World Cup Opener

The White Circus rolls on this weekend, landing in FIS Ski World Cup Tour favorite and classic, the Xfinity Birds of Prey at Beaver Creek, Colo. for the men’s speed team, while the women’s speed team heads to Lake Louise, Canada in hopes that Mother Nature will cooperate for a pair of downhills and a super-G. 

Four competitions are on deck Dec. 2-4 in Ruka, Finland.
The U.S. Snowboard and U.S. Freeski teams are heading into the first and only Big Air qualifying event of the season in Steamboat, Colorado this week.
2021 Rookie of the Year Nick Page caught up with FIS for their 10 questions Q&A series:

The U.S. snowboardcross team came into this first World Cup of the season following a stellar 2020-21 season, which included the team winning the Nation’s Cup and earning the title of the best snowboardcross team of the season. Nick Baumgartner kept the momentum going into this season, earning a third-place finish in a heated men’s final in the season-opening FIS World Cup.  

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