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Chloe Kim is back! After a 22 month hiatus from competition, Kim has not skipped a beat. Reminiscent of Jamie Anderson’s performance in slopestyle one day prior, the defending Olympic and World Champion came in clutch on Saturday in her final run to take the win and earn her third Laax Open title.
Three-time Olympian Faye Gulini earned her third World Cup podium on Saturday with a second-place finish at the Chiesea in Valmalenco snowboardcross season opener in Italy. In her 14th season competing on the World Cup, Gulini credits her performance to experience.
Jessie Diggins finished fifth to lead the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in Saturday’s skiathlon as the FIS Cross Country World Cup circuit resumed in Lahti, Finland.
Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team athlete Breezy Johnson grabbed yet another top-five result in Saturday’s FIS Ski World Cup downhill at Crans-Montana, Switzerland—her fifth-straight top five in downhill this season. Bella Wright continued the points-scoring momentum, landing in 25th.
After snowfall at Kitzbuehel, Austria on Friday night through Saturday morning, the second of two men's downhill races have been rescheduled for Sunday, Jan. 24th. The super-G, originally scheduled for Sunday, will now be held on Monday, Jan. 25th.
Another day, another podium for Breezy Johnson. The speed skier took third place in Crans-Montana, Switzerland—her fourth downhill podium in a row on the FIS World Cup this season. Bella Wright finished in a career-best 20th place.
In a race that was plagued by heavy overnight snow and wind holds throughout the day, Sofia Goggia won her third consecutive downhill race—a feat that has not been achieved since Lindsey Vonn was on the circuit—over the Czech Republic’s Ester Ledecka.
Unfortunately, Olympian Ryan Cochran-Siegle crashed in Friday's downhill at Kitzbuehel, Austria, sustaining a minor cervical spine (neck) fracture. He is otherwise OK, thankfully. That said, he will sit out the remainder of the weekend and his return to competition is TBD.