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U.S. Ski & Snowboard announced that Per Lundstam has rejoined the organization as Director of Alpine Sport Science. 

Lundstam rejoins the organization after an 11-year stint with Red Bull, where he served as the High Performance Manager. Prior to Red Bull, Lundstam worked with U.S. Ski & Snowboard from 1994 to 2010 as Head Strength Coach, working with the likes of Olympic champions Picabo Street, Tommy Moe, Bode Miller, Ted Ligety, Lindsey Vonn, and Julia Mancuso. 

For the second time in as many days, Lila Lapanja stood on the top of the podium at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Aspen Highlands, Colo.—this time in giant slalom—with a blazing-fast second run. Team X Alpine’s Storm Klomhaus (+.04) and Tricia Mangan (+.20) went 2-3 on the podium that saw a mere .20 second spread from first place to third place.

The women were looking forward to the slalom portion of the U.S. Alpine Championships alpine combined on Tuesday after the weather forecast forced a schedule change in Aspen, Colo. Lila Lapanja skied the fifth-fastest super-G run and the second-fastest slalom run to walk away with her career-first national title. 

Despite the fact that weather pushed the slalom portion of the U.S. Alpine Championships alpine combined to Wednesday, organizers were able to get off a successful super-G and Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Nina O’Brien walked away with the win, and her career-eighth national title on Tuesday.

Day four of the 2021 U.S. Alpine Championships continued on Saturday with downhill day under the sunshine featuring perfect conditions at Aspen Highlands, Colo. While Colorado native and two-time Olympian Alice McKennis Duran took her final lap, Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team teammate Laurenne Ross won her final career downhill race.

Two Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athletes announced this week they'll be making the final laps of their career at U.S. Alpine Championships in Aspen, Colo.—two-time Olympian and two-time national champion Alice McKennis Duran, and two-time Olympian and two-time national champion Laurenne Ross.

On April 1, Olympic gold medalist and back-to-back FIS World Champion Chloe Kim shared her experiences with anti-Asian hate for the first time in an interview with ESPN’s Alyssa Roenigk. Kim shares heart-wrenching experiences of recent attacks and hateful social media messages that have taken a toll on her mental health. Unfortunately for Kim, these encounters are nothing new. Kim has been subject to her share of racism since she was only 13-years-old.

On day three of the U.S. Alpine Championships at Aspen Highlands, the men came out charging, with Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete River Radamus emerging victorious in the super-G, while teammate Luke Winters grabbed the win in the alpine combined. 

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