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River Radamus narrowly missed landing on the podium once again at FIS Alpine Junior World Ski Championships in Val di Fassa, Italy on Saturday in the alpine combined. 
Rosie Brennan skied to a FIS Nordic World Ski Championship personal-best 10th place in the women’s 15k skiathlon in Seefeld, Austria, Saturday.
Bradley Wilson third at Tazawako World Cup moguls - the first U.S. men’s World Cup podium of the 2019 season.

Team USA grabbed its second medal of the FIS Junior World Ski Championships in as many days on Friday in the Team Event, taking home silver, at Val di Fassa, Italy under the lights. The team was led by 2019 super-G World Junior Champion River Radamus (Edwards, Colo.), along with Ben Ritchie (Waitsfield, Vt.), AJ Hurt (Squaw Valley, Calif.) and Katie Hensien (Redmond, Wash.).

Jessie Diggins led four American women in the finals and skied to an eighth-place finish in the FIS Nordic World Ski Championship sprint on Thursday in Seefeld, Austria.
River Radamus brought home his first Junior Worlds gold medal on Thursday, winning the super-G in Val di Fassa, Italy.
After a much-deserved rest from the 2019 FIS World Championships in Utah, the U.S. Moguls Team is back in the gate and for a double World Cup event in Tazawako, Japan,
Emma Resnick and Justin Bigatel take prestigious giant slalom victories against tough European field.
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