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Megan Nick's First Career Aerials Podium | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Jaelin Kauf Takes 5th in Moguls | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Hannah Soar Takes 4th in Moguls | 2020 Intermountain Healthcare Freestyle Cup
Lyman Currier Takes Third | Freeski Halfpipe | 2020 Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain
Brita Sigourney Takes 4th | Freeski Halfpipe | 2020 Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain
In a wet and wild Stage 2 of Ski Tour 2020, Rosie Brennan and Jessie Diggins led four Davis U.S. Ski Team athletes into the top 25 in Sunday’s 10k classic pursuit. But at the end of the day, the real winners were the U.S. Ski & Snowboard wax technicians.
“Rain turning to snow about five minutes before the start is everyone’s worst nightmare on a classic day,” said Rosie, who finished 10th, with Jessie in 11th, Sadie Maubet Bjornsen 19th and Hailey Swirbul in 24th.
Jessie Diggins and Rosie Brennan led the way for the Davis U.S. Cross Country Ski Team, finishing eighth and ninth respectively, in the opening stage of Ski Tour 2020 in Östersund, Sweden, Saturday.
“It was a good opening day of the Ski Tour 2020 for me,” said Rosie, who posted a couple of top-five early split times. “I didn’t perfectly pace it and lost a little in the closing kilometers, but I had much-improved race feelings so I am very satisfied and hope I can continue this way throughout the tour.”
Halfpipe athletes let ‘er buck for the final FIS World Cup of the season during the Calgary Snow Rodeo and Birk Irving led the pack for the U.S. Freeski Team taking third.
“I've been getting fourth all year with a similar run, but I didn't have the double on the left side,” said Birk. “I knew what I had to do to get on the podium. I learned the right dub 12 on my first run. I'm really glad I learned that trick and have it in the bank going into next season. I'm feeling better and stronger than I ever have before.”
Under the sunshine and on hard snow in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, Nina O’Brien was the lone starter for the Land Rover U.S. Alpine Ski Team in Saturday’s giant slalom, ending up in 26th—her fourth-straight points-scoring result across three disciplines.