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Jessie Diggins snagged her second classic sprint podium of the season to lead four Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team athletes into the top 16 in Oberstdorf, Germany, Sunday. Sophie Caldwell was fourth, Sadie Maubet Bjornsen was ninth and Rosie Brennan was 16th.

In what is a rebuilding year for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team in slalom, the American slalom skiers showed flashes of brilliance but will have to look ahead to the Schladming Night race on Tuesday evening to show what they are made of, under the lights. 

Mikaela Shiffrin took her second win of the weekend in Bansko, Bulgaria, winning her fourth FIS World Cup super-G.

Behind Mikaela, Marta Bassino of Italy grabbed her second second-place finish of the weekend, and Lara Gut-Behrami of Switzerland was third. "It was a perfect weekend for me," said Mikaela, who won the first downhill on Friday and was fourth in the downhill on Saturday. "It was super fun, but again—it was a really big challenge." Mikaela walked away from the weekend with a massive 250 more points to extend her lead in the overall. 

Colby Stevenson put down a dominant performance to become the first X Games rookie to win gold in freeski slopestyle on day three of X Games Aspen 2020 Saturday. 

“I had no idea I was gonna win today,” said an ecstatic Colby. “I was just hoping to make it to finals and after I qualified first I was relieved. I came out today with a smile on my face, we had beautiful weather, and I couldn’t ask for much more. I had four different runs in mind and somehow was able to put them all down. It’s amazing to have my family here and thank you everyone for watching.”

U.S. Snowboard Pro Team member and double-Olympic gold medalist Jamie Anderson remained podium perfect on day three of X Games Aspen 2020 with a gold medal in snowboard slopestyle.

Hannah Soar led the U.S. Freestyle Ski Team at Canada’s Mont Tremblant on Saturday with a personal-best single moguls result, finishing sixth in the FIS Freestyle World Cup.

The event took place on the classic Flying Mile course with Perrine Laffont of France taking the win for the women, bringing her winning streak to four. Yuliya Galysheva of Kazakhstan took second and Anastasia Smirnova of Russia was third.

U.S. Snowboard Pro Team member Taylor Gold led an all American podium at the inaugural X Games snowboard superpipe session on the second night of X Games Aspen 2020. In a brand new competition where style, creativity, and fun are the name of the game, Taylor was able to let his true colors shine. It was a night full of hand plants, lip tricks, gator rolls, and pure joy for the riders. 

In the most challenging and famous FIS World Cup on the circuit, Bryce Bennett grabbed a solid eighth-place result in the Kitzbuehel downhill.

Thrilling the raucous Hahnenkamm crowd, the Austrian men went 1-2 with Matthias Mayer winning and Vincent Kriechmayr taking second. Beat Feuz of Switzerland tied Vincent for second. It was Matthias' second win in Kitzbuehel, having won the super-G in 2017, and became the eighth man to win the speed double at the venue.

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