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Olympic silver medalist Alex Ferreira (Aspen, Colo.) took his fourth World Cup freeski halfpipe podium of the season in Tignes, France to snag the 2017-18 World Cup halfpipe title. The U.S. Freeski Team also took home the FIS Freestyle Nations Cup in halfpipe.

Ryan Cochran-Siegle and A.J. Hurt kicked off the Toyota U.S. Alpine Championships week off with alpine combined national titles.

It was a busy weekend for the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team at the World Cup Finals in Falun, Sweden - a far cry from where things were a decade ago for the USA.

PARK CITY, Utah - U.S. Ski & Snowboard has announced today that Sasha Rearick has been appointed to the role of head men's development coach for alpine ski racing for the national governing body of Olympic ski and snowboard sports in the USA.

Rearick, a 16-year veteran of U.S. Ski & Snowboard, is one of the most respected and experienced coaches working in snowsports worldwide. He moves to his new position of head men's development coach from his previous role as head coach of the men's alpine team, a position he held for 10 years.

Mikaela Shiffrin was officially awarded the crystal globe for her second-straight overall World Cup title Sunday following the cancellation of the last race of the season.
Olympians Jaelin Kauf and Brad Wilson closed out the 2018 season with dual mogul podium finishes at World Cup finals in Megeve, France.
Jessie Diggins moved into the second spot in the season-long World Cup overall standings after finishing second in Falun pursuit,
Nate Holland and Mick Dierdorff finished first and second respectively in the final FIS World Cup snowboardcross of the season Saturday in Veysonnaz, Switzerland.
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