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2022-23 U.S. World Cup Events

U.S. Alpine World Cup Events

Xfinity Birds of Prey, Dec. 2-4, 2022
FIS Men's World Cup // Super-G, Downhill
Beaver Creek, Colorado

Palisades Tahoe, Feb. 25-26, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Giant Slalom, Slalom
Tahoe, California

America's Downhill, March 3-5, 2023
FIS Men's World Cup // Super-G, Downhill
Aspen, Colorado

The men’s Birds of Prey Downhill went off Saturday thanks to the help of the hundreds of volunteers and course workers. The workers helping to prepare the hill after the day's previous snow storm that brought 14 inches to the course hill. 

The U.S. Freestyle Moguls Team had six athletes in the top ten at the debut World Cup of the season in Ruka, Finland. 

Olivia Giaccio led the women's team in fourth, with teammate Jaelin Kauf right behind in fifth place. Elizabeth Lemley, an up-and-coming talent on the team, finished in seventh. 

For the men, Nick Page led the way with a fourth place finish with teammates Dylan Walczyk and Cole McDonald in seventh and eighth. 


Women's Moguls

Jessie Diggins finished fourth to lead four U.S. Ski Team athletes into the 10 in the FIS Cross Country World Cup freestyle sprint in Lillehammer, Norway, Saturday.
Jessie Diggins skied to her 13th individual World Cup win - tying her former teammate Kikkan Randall for the most U.S. World Cup Cross Country victories - in Friday's opening 10k individual start in Lillehammer, Norway.

In the men's FIS World Cup downhill at Lake Louise, Ryan Cochran-Siegle led the way in the men’s downhill race on Saturday, Nov., 26.

Cochran-Siegle posted the ninth fastest run on the hill, only 1.12 seconds back from the winner, Aleksander Kilde from Norway. 

"As a team we recognize today was a little bit of a letdown all said and done. I think we're definitely more capable than that," said Cochran-Siegle on the team's efforts. 

Other top American finishers included Travis Ganong in 13th place. 

In the Heroic Killington Cup presented by Stifel, the Stifel U.S. Alpine Team women’s tech team showed great depth, placing four in the top 30. Mikaela Shiffrin was the top finisher, finishing in 13th.

It was a sunny and windy day in Vermont, but that did not stop the women from giving it their all on the track. Katie Hensien scored her first World Cup GS points in her career, finishing 27th.

“It feels really good, especially here in Killington with a home crowd," said Hensien. "I gave it my all first run and pretty much shocked myself."

The U.S. Cross Country Ski Team is in Ruka, Finland for the first World Cup of the season, racing in three different races; classic sprint, 10k classic and 20k skate. Men and women all raced equal distance, which marks the first time equal distance has been implemented on the World Cup stage.

The tech women are ready for this year’s Heroic Killington Cup presented by Stifel.

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